Archive for August 28, 2009

IT unveils more details on Golden Tee 2010

August 28, 2009

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We mentioned not too long ago that Incredible Technologies would be ramping up to deliver their most recent Golden Tee creation to the public and with that date fast approaching, they have begun to unload the details on what will make GT2010 different from past GT games. Skins makes a comeback, Jim Nantz and Peter Jacobsen have recorded over 5,000 GTSS5lines of commentary for the game and they have added on the Facebook updating feature that we mentioned last time. The game ships on October 1st and it comes in the new IT Showcase cabinet which all of their games are now using. I could discuss everything they added to the game in this part of the post but they sent along a 5-page press release detailing everything you’ll ever want to know about GT2010 short of playing it, so I’ll just post that after the break and you can go from there.

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How about some tiny arcade cabs for $20?

August 28, 2009

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If you went out of your way to print off those paper arcade cabinets but wanted something a little bit more solid, then this is for you. Instead of flimsy, rippable paper, these bad boys are made out of plywood and come with stickers to plaster onto the cab. They make great props for your action figure collection to take part in or if you need to decorate an arcade or game room with something neat, then these should also serve a cool purpose. I’m sure that no one will be getting them just for their action figures – right?

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Pop'n Music 18 now testing in Japan

August 28, 2009

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(Thanks to Aaron Auzins for the info and tip)

I missed this one by several days but I figure it’s worth mentioning anyways despite that. Konami is now testing the latest iteration of their Pop’n Music bemani series in Japan, Pop’n Music 18 Sengoku Retsuden. The subtitle refers to the warring states era that has been seen in many different games like Samurai Warriors and similar titles. A little more info can be found at BemaniStyle.com.

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Pop’n Music 18 now testing in Japan

August 28, 2009

popn18_locate

(Thanks to Aaron Auzins for the info and tip)

I missed this one by several days but I figure it’s worth mentioning anyways despite that. Konami is now testing the latest iteration of their Pop’n Music bemani series in Japan, Pop’n Music 18 Sengoku Retsuden. The subtitle refers to the warring states era that has been seen in many different games like Samurai Warriors and similar titles. A little more info can be found at BemaniStyle.com.

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