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  • 05Mar

    Shin Koihime Muso Complete Collection now on sale

    Section23 Films is pleased to announce the release of the hit series Shin Koihime†Musō. All 12 episodes plus the special OVA in a 2 disc collection is on sale today. “For once, a story about swords and sorcery that’s actually about swords and sorcery!” What do you do once you’ve made your epic journey and accomplished the legendary quest you set out on? Well, you could hang around the village looking important, but when Kan’u and Chouhi rescue a mysterious girl, they find that a more enjoyable option may be a brand new quest! Especially when it turns out that this new girl is Ryuubi, and the Ryuubi that Kan’u and her sword-sisters faced previously was an imposter who stole this Ryuubi’s name and heirloom sword! Meanwhile, the three Chou sisters have gotten their hands on a magical book of spells that’s just a little more dangerous than they think.

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  • 05Mar

    Review: Fable III (Traitor’s Keep DLC)

    As I said recently in my review of Fable III, the game held a lot of promise but didn’t really live up to it’s potential. The game was riddled with problems, problems that can’t be fixed with even the very best in updates and DLC. But, with an open-mind, I settled in once more to take control of my Queen of Albion. Her kingdom is in shambles after the end of the main story and I’ll admit intrigue at where they might take the story after an ending like that. Upon starting the game back up, admittedly it’s been a long while — since I’d had little interest in replaying a game like Fable III, when I have Dragon Age: Origins to play through again and again — I found my Queen right where I’d left her. Unfortunately, from the get-go, I was plagued by a bug of sorts, wherein

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  • 05Mar

    Skooba Introduces their new Harmony Line

    I don’t care what anyone says, you buy a protective carrying case for your gadget based on style and function. When it comes to function, you look to see how many compartments, there are, how many areas to hold items, how padded is the case etc. The you look at the designs, material, and colour. You don’t want to carry around your gadget in a case that does not suit your personal style. Skooba has introduced a new line of gadget carrying cases for the female population in mind.  The combined function and fashion into their new Harmony line of protective cases, for laptops, iPads, Netbooks, and sleeves. Skooba’s Julie Zepke, who lead the Harmony project, says “Harmony was designed by women for women, to make sure that the bags reflect the way we really carry and use things.” Zepke continues, “too many other laptop bags are just masculine, tech-centric

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