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BY ERIK SHUTE AND HARUMENDHAH HELMY You're watching multisource breaking video news analysis from Newsy. This is Newsy Now and here are the headlines you need to know. In world news — efforts to restore the cooling system at Japan’s crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Plant resume today. Workers were seen spraying water on the buildings that house Reactors 2 and 3. But, as the BBC reports, this is a complicated process. “Steam’s rising from one of the reactors. Yesterday, there was smoke. The authorities admit they don’t know why.” Official: “There’s no detail assessment and analysis to be conclusive, but we can also say today that this the regulation level was exceeded. So monitoring and analysis will continue.” Still in world news — after a wave of defections from his senior army commanders and diplomats, Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh has now accepted an exit strategy by the end of the year. But The New York Times says that may not satisfy demonstrators — especially after Saleh’s bloody crackdown, which killed 45 people last Friday. A government official says details of the plan are still being worked out. And in Libya, an American warplane crashed overnight. The cause of the crash is said to be engine failure, and both crew members are alive and safe. The incident is the first known setback to the Western coalition as it continues to enforce a no-fly zone over the oil-rich country. Meanwhile, Al Jazeera reports, forces loyal to Gaddafi have not ceded ground on two eastern Libyan towns. “Gaddafi’s forces have lost a lot of tanks and heavy armor in the last two days, but they still have plenty more. They are vulnerable to attack from the air. But on the ground, they’re still a force to be reckoned with.” In health news -- Boston’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital makes history as the first U.S. hospital to perform a full facial transplant, giving a 25-year-old Texan a new lease on life. ABC has more. ANCHOR: “The team of more than 30 physicians, nurses, anesthesiologists, and residents worked for more than 15 hours to replace the facial area of patient Dallas Wiens. Dr. Pomahac spoke at a press conference earlier today.” POMAHAC: “The facial tissues were recovered including the skin, underlying musculature nerves, all based on vessels that were reconnected to the recipient in one block.” In entertainment -- Jimmy Kimmel got an unexpected visitor when Charlie Sheen dropped in on a live broadcast -- bringing with him shameless acts of self promotion and affection for the host. CUBAN: “Charlie [Sheen] is a smart guy.” KIMMEL: “He is a smart guy.” CUBAN: “He doesn’t get near the credit he deserves.” SHEEN: “[Expletive]” (Cheering) KIMMEL: “I had this dream before and it doesn’t end well!” SHEEN: “Me too. But mine ends well!” (Video: ABC) Think his behavior is a little over the top? Sheen’s soon-to-be-ex-wife Brooke Mueller thinks so. In Radar Online’s exclusive report, she’s asked a judge to order Sheen to go through a psychological examination before he can again see his two twin boys. Stay with Newsy.com for more analyses on news throughout the day. I’m Jim Flink for Newsy Now — highlighting the top headlines making you smarter, faster. Transcript by Newsy
26 Mar 2011
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BY ERIK SHUTE AND HARUMENDHAH HELMY You're watching multiosurce tech news analysis from Newsy This is Newsy Now and here are the headlines you need to know. In Japan — workers of the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant have once again been removed from the site. CNN reports more smoke caused the evacuation. “We did get off the phone from Tepco just minutes ago, and they have confirmed that smoke, blackish smoke is rising from Reactor No. 3. They say something is burning, they just don’t know what it is.” Radiation levels in Tokyo’s tap water have now been deemed unfit for infants. Still in world news — clashes between rebels and pro-Gaddafi forces continue in the Libyan cities of Misurata, Ajdabiya and Benghazi. The ever-defiant leader Muammar Gaddafi appeared on Libya’s national TV yesterday, vowing victory to his supporters. But, as the BBC reports, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says people close to his regime might have other ideas. Dominic Kane, BBC: “In an address that was apparently live in Tripoli on Tuesday night, his message to his supporters was unrepentant. Muammar Gaddafi: “I am defiant, my home is here. I am here, I am here, I am here.” Dominic Kane: “But even as he was speaking these words, on American TV came the suggestion that perhaps the Gaddafi regime is now trying to explore its options internationally.” Clinton: “I’m not aware that he personally has reached out, but I do know that people allegedly on his behalf have been reaching out.” Still in the Middle East — tension is in Gaza, as Israel launched air strikes on Gaza City early Wednesday. This -- the latest in a string of clashes between the Israeli army and Palestinian groups. Today’s attack came after a Palestinian rocket fired into Southern Israel on Tuesday. That attack was a response to Israeli mortar fire on Monday which killed four Palestinians. According to the New York Times, the group Hamas has fired more than 60 mortar shells and rockets at Israel since Saturday. Israeli warplanes have also carried multiple attacks. In the tech world -- Blackberry is ready to go head-to-head with Apple in the tablet market. The smart phone maker plans to release its Playbook tablet at a base price of $499 -- the same as Apple’s iPad. WJBK looks at the competition. “Well, Wall Street is saying that this would be the closest thing yet to the iPad killer if there is ever such a thing … the price points are largely the same. 499 to 699 on both devices depending on the size that you get. The sales expectations, widely different. At the high point, 4 million playbooks may be sold this year, compared to 30 million iPads." In entertainment -- Chris Brown has a new album and, it appears, a new set of anger issues. On ABC’s Good Morning America, Robin Roberts probed the R&B star about his altercation with ex-girlfriend Rihanna two years ago. After answering the questions and performing on the show, he stormed off set and trashed a GMA dressing room. Slate has more. “After the taping, Brown broke a window in his dressing room. When confronted by one of the show’s producers, Chris removed his shirt, then left skipping a planned second performance on the show. Just to cap things off Brown tweeted ‘I’m so over people bringing this past [expletive] up. Yet we praise Charlie Sheen and other celebs for their [expletive].’” MTV reports Brown approved the questions about the Rihanna incident before the interview with Roberts -- who insists she did not try to antagonize Brown. She says she’s “pulling for the guy.” Stay with Newsy.com for more analyses on news throughout the day. For Newsy Now, I’m Jim Flink -- highlighting the top headlines making you smarter, faster. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource tech news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
26 Mar 2011
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BY ERIK SHUTE AND HARUMENDHAH HELMY You're watching multisource headline news analysis from Newsy This is Newsy Now and here are the headlines you need to know. In world news — international coalition efforts to impose a no-fly zone over Libya enters the sixth day, as officials loyal to leader Muammar Gaddafi accuse the attacks of claiming civilian lives. The efforts now face a growing number of international critics. euronews reports. “Witnesses heard loud explosions and saw smoke rising from a military base to the east of the city. Officials later showed journalists the bodies of 18 soldiers and civilians that they claim to be have been killed in the overnight raids. But the US says there’s no civilian casualties as a result of the allied action.” Still in world news — workers have returned once again to the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant, after a brief evacuation on Wednesday. Al Jazeera reports on the situation they face. “The reactors’ core temperatures have dropped slightly, but they need to maintain the cooling operations. Workers at the plant still face extreme danger. The nuclear and industrial safety agency said three had been exposed to radiation levels above legal limits, and two of them experience burns. A growing list of countries are restricting imports of produce from near the nuclear plant.” In U.S. news — a massive blaze broke out in the Miami International Airport overnight, after a fuel tank caught fire near the refueling area. Miami’s WPLG has more. “...But your jaw just drops when you see this video. Take a look as flames shot up several feet in the air after this fire broke out near the fuel area... At this time we do not know what caused the flames, but we are hearing that though it is out and that no one was hurt, it could affect flights this morning.” Still in U.S. news -- Twitter is getting a tax break. The San Francisco based company is valued on Wall Street at $7 billion and now the city wants to elminate its payroll tax -- the same tax every small business owner forks over every year. KGO reports. ANCHOR: "What at first looked like a win-win for Twitter and the city of San Francisco is becoming a bit more complicated. The mayor and other city officials are offering the micro blogging company a big tax break, but critics, including some other businesses are objecting." REPORTER: "Supervisors are considering a measure to eliminate their payroll tax for up to six years." LAZARUS: "Over 70 percent of registered voters in our poll in February support this legislation." WOMAN: "If I pay my taxes I don’t know why Twitter can’t pay their taxes." In entertainment -- Elizabeth Taylor’s long-time friend Zsa Zsa Gabor is speaking publically about the the actress’ passing -- and her grim fear that she may be the next Hollywood legend to go. WNYW tells more. “Word of Taylor's passing apparently sent her friend Zsa Zsa Gabor back into the hospital. Gabor's hospital tells Radar Online the Zsa Zsa was rushed to the hospital after becoming hysterical over Taylor's death. It comes a month after Jane Russell died. The 94-year-old is said to have told her husband quote, celebrities go in threes and I'm next.” Stay with Newsy.com for more analysis on news throughout the day. For Newsy Now, I’m Jim Flink -- highlighting the top headlines making you smarter, faster. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
26 Mar 2011
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BY ERIK SHUTE AND HARUMENDHAH HELMY You're watching multisource headline news analysis from Newsy This is Newsy Now and here are the headlines you need to know. In world news — international coalition efforts to impose a no-fly zone over Libya enters the sixth day, as officials loyal to leader Muammar Gaddafi accuse the attacks of claiming civilian lives. The efforts now face a growing number of international critics. euronews reports. “Witnesses heard loud explosions and saw smoke rising from a military base to the east of the city. Officials later showed journalists the bodies of 18 soldiers and civilians that they claim to be have been killed in the overnight raids. But the US says there’s no civilian casualties as a result of the allied action.” Still in world news — workers have returned once again to the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant, after a brief evacuation on Wednesday. Al Jazeera reports on the situation they face. “The reactors’ core temperatures have dropped slightly, but they need to maintain the cooling operations. Workers at the plant still face extreme danger. The nuclear and industrial safety agency said three had been exposed to radiation levels above legal limits, and two of them experience burns. A growing list of countries are restricting imports of produce from near the nuclear plant.” In U.S. news — a massive blaze broke out in the Miami International Airport overnight, after a fuel tank caught fire near the refueling area. Miami’s WPLG has more. “...But your jaw just drops when you see this video. Take a look as flames shot up several feet in the air after this fire broke out near the fuel area... At this time we do not know what caused the flames, but we are hearing that though it is out and that no one was hurt, it could affect flights this morning.” Still in U.S. news -- Twitter is getting a tax break. The San Francisco based company is valued on Wall Street at $7 billion and now the city wants to elminate its payroll tax -- the same tax every small business owner forks over every year. KGO reports. ANCHOR: "What at first looked like a win-win for Twitter and the city of San Francisco is becoming a bit more complicated. The mayor and other city officials are offering the micro blogging company a big tax break, but critics, including some other businesses are objecting." REPORTER: "Supervisors are considering a measure to eliminate their payroll tax for up to six years." LAZARUS: "Over 70 percent of registered voters in our poll in February support this legislation." WOMAN: "If I pay my taxes I don’t know why Twitter can’t pay their taxes." In entertainment -- Elizabeth Taylor’s long-time friend Zsa Zsa Gabor is speaking publically about the the actress’ passing -- and her grim fear that she may be the next Hollywood legend to go. WNYW tells more. “Word of Taylor's passing apparently sent her friend Zsa Zsa Gabor back into the hospital. Gabor's hospital tells Radar Online the Zsa Zsa was rushed to the hospital after becoming hysterical over Taylor's death. It comes a month after Jane Russell died. The 94-year-old is said to have told her husband quote, celebrities go in threes and I'm next.” Stay with Newsy.com for more analysis on news throughout the day. For Newsy Now, I’m Jim Flink -- highlighting the top headlines making you smarter, faster. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
26 Mar 2011
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BY ERIK SHUTE AND HARUMENDHAH HELMY You're watching multisource global video news analysis from Newsy. This is Newsy Now and here are the headlines you need to know. In breaking news -- Indianapolis police have apprehended a shooter who began firing at a middle school this morning injuring one person. The attack took place around 7:30, WRTV was first on the scene. ANCHOR: “The state police are on the scene. Morgan County dispatch has confirmed there has been a shooting that Garfield West Middle School. The newspaper is confirming one person it was shot and that person was shot in the stomach and also we know that one been taken into custody. The school is on a lockdown, these are live shots from the scene.” In world news — three workers at Japan’s Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant were injured after getting exposed to extreme levels of radiation — 10,000 times higher than normal. But, as Al Jazeera reports, their heroic actions have now led to a more contained nuclear problem. “Authorities say the workers stepped into pools of contaminated water, as they try to lay cables to bring power to one of the damaged reactors. Fears of a catastrophic meltdown of radioactive material now appear to be receding. Experts say two of the reactors are now safe, four remain volatile.” Still in world news — after a grueling debate among its 28 member countries, NATO is now taking charge of the international military action in Libya. But euronews says NATO’s control may eventually expand. “...the alliance has limited its actions to enforcing the no-fly zone and arms embargo and protecting civilians against attack by Gaddafi’s forces. The coalition will remain responsible for all other aspects of the operation. ... Though NATO will not be taking full military command in Libya, the alliance may yet play a larger part. Turkey’s Foreign Minister says talks are already under way about broadening NATO’s role.” In entertainment -- Harvey Weinstein is making Colin Firth’s role as a stuttering King George IV -- more family-friendly. He’s re-releasing “The King’s Speech” with a PG-13 rating and cutting out the curse words. WTVT reports after 7 Golden Globes, 14 BAFTAs, and 12 Academy Awards -- some are calling it -- censorship. REPORTER: “Because of the language, the new cut will open April 1st, and the star Colin Firth doesn't like this. He stars as King George, whose angry swearing fit helps him overcome his speech problem. Firth says the film should stand as it is. And I understand, because the words that causing this is not a word we use. It's not a good word.” Finally -- it was in 1991 when Whoopi Goldberg won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress -- except she wasn't just high on life when accepting that Oscar. TMZ explains it all. REPORTER: Whoopi Goldberg was stoned when she accepted her Academy Award. VOICE: Yes, the Whoopster was whacked out on the whacky tobaccy when she accepted her academy award in 1991 for ‘Ghost.’ GOLDBERG: I've got to relax. I smoked this wonderful joint. It was the last of my homegrown. And, honey, when he said my name and I popped up, I thought, oh, [expletive]. REPORTER 2: Could you tell? REPORTER: Once you know, you could totally tell. Stay with Newsy.com for more analysis on news throughout the day. For Newsy Now, I’m Jim Flink -- highlighting the top headlines making you smarter, faster. Follow Newsy on Twitter Newsy_Videos for updates in your stream. Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
26 Mar 2011
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BY STUART SMITH ANCHOR ANA COMPAIN-ROMERO You're watching multisource world video news analysis from Newsy. The partial melt-down of reactors at Japan’s Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power plant has compelled nations around the world to re-evaluate the safety of nuclear power plants, and whether the energy source - is worth the cost. This week, the European Union announced it will begin stress-testing nuclear plants across the continent to see if they can withstand disasters like the earthquake in Japan. A Wall Street Journal Blog calls the action a compromise. “The idea bridges Austria’s demand that nuclear energy be banned in the EU and a stark refusal from France, home to no fewer than 58 nuclear reactors.” In the U.S., nuclear plants have been assessing their own risks. But the president of the Institute of Energy and Environmental Research says regulators tend to protect nuclear power plants from additional oversight. He asserted on MSNBC that by letting plants evaluate themselves, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission doesn’t do its job. “The NRC is reluctant to impose costs on the industry that are reasonable, that would greatly increase safety, and its had official studies from Brookhaven, from the national academies, and it should accept those recommendations. It’s not doing that.” But some analysts say Japan’s situation doesn’t translate to all nuclear plants. Michael Hanlon of the Daily Mail notes the Japanese plant... “...contained several design flaws; most notably the questionable decision to store spent fuel rods perilously close to the reactors, on the roof. There seems to have been some skulduggery over the years involving the plant’s operators and the nuclear regulators in Japan. Profits were put before safety, corners were cut, lies were told” Nevertheless, the economic fallout in the nuclear industry is building, and some experts say the so-called “nuclear renaissance” will never come to pass. A TIME article suggests that even before the disaster in Japan, nuclear power didn’t have a bright future. “Private capital still considers atomic energy radioactive, gravitating instead toward natural gas and renewables, whose costs are dropping fast. Nuclear power is expanding only in places where taxpayers and ratepayers can be compelled to foot the bill.” Despite the high cost of nuclear projects, plans for two new reactors in the U.S. moved forward after the developers assured regulators that they would pose no environmental risks. 'Like Newsy' on Facebook for updates in your feed. Transcript by Newsy.
5 Apr 2011
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BY TRACY PFEIFFER Anchor: Jennifer Meckles You're watching multisource world video news analysis from Newsy. TEPCO officials have confirmed the discovery of one source of the radioactive water that has been steadily leaking into the Pacific Ocean since Japan’s devastating earthquake and tsunamis three weeks ago. VOICE OF TRANSLATOR: “The discovery was made this morning at around 9:30 at the foot of reactor number 2, in the reactor cable pit. There was a 20-centimeter crack in the concrete at the base of the pit. The water was leaking out of that crack into the sea.” (France 24) Reports indicate workers rushed to plug the leak by pouring concrete into the pit, but as NBC’s Lee Cowan explains, questions remain about the tactic’s effectiveness. “The problem is, is they don’t exactly know where the water was coming from in the first place, so the fear is that if they block it up, that hole may actually fill up with more radioactive water, spill out even further. They gotta still find the source of where all this radioactive water is coming from and at this point, that’s still a mystery.” Consequently, authorities say they cannot confirm they’ve stopped the leakage of radioactive water into the sea. And as Bloomberg reports, the situation is growing even more dangerous. “Contaminated seawater near the Fukushima Dai-Ichi plant was measured at more than 1,000 millisieverts an hour... Exposure to that level for an hour would trigger nausea and four hours might lead to death within two months, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.” In an interview with CNN, one physicist says even though contaminating ocean water is an issue -- it has to be put on the back-burner to prevent further catastrophe. “I think the radioactive water leaking into the pacific is not the primary concern here. Because radioactive water that leaks into the Pacific will become diluted. I'm more concerned about the radioactive water that's leaking into the ground water supplies and I still say the biggest concern is what's going on inside the reactor cores. Keeping those cores cool is still the single-most important task facing the plant operators at the moment.” The latest reports indicate TEPCO workers have brought in a barge to store contaminated water, and are likely to bring in more sea vessels to help the effort. Follow Newsy on Twitter for more video news updates on the situation in Japan. Transcript by Newsy.
9 Apr 2011
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"STUNNING" **** Loaded "SPECTACULAR" Total Film "BREATHTAKING" **** News Of The World Takashi Miike, the director responsible for such uncompromising and unforgettable movies as ‘Audition’ and ‘Ichi The Killer’ indelibly stamps his trademark style on the Samurai genre with the ultra-violent, all-action, blood-spattered epic, 13 Assassins.
20 Apr 2011
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27 Apr 2011
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From legendary filmmaker Takashi Miike (13 Assassins, Audition, Ichi the Killer) comes a classic tale of honour and revenge amidst the fall of the Samurai in 17th Century Japan. Seeking a noble end, poverty-stricken Samurai Hanshiro requests to commit ritual suicide at the House of a Feudal Lord. But after being told the tragic story of another Samurai’s agonizing suicide, that of Hanshiro’s close friend Motome, Hanshiro sets out on a path of vengeance. A violent path that will lead to a tense and bloody showdown with those responsible for his friend's brutal death.
4 May 2012
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The film concerns the potential outbreak of a Fourth Great Shinobi World War when ninja with Kekkei Genkai abilities begin to disappear from Kumogakure, Iwagakure, Kirigakure, and Sunagakure. As the only village unscathed, Konohagakure is believed to be behind the incident, and rumors circulate that they are preparing a rebellion. With the other nations amassing troops at the Land of Fire's borders, threatening invasion, the Fire Daimyo orders Tsunade to apprehend those responsible and prove Konoha's innocence; in the event of failure, the Land of Fire will be forced to destroy the village in order to preserve world peace. The true culprit and main antagonist of the film, Hiruko, is a missing-nin and former friend of the Sannin that disappeared from Konohagakure dozens of years earlier, after developing Chimera Technique, a jutsu which allows him to absorb both the chakra and Kekkei Genkai of other ninja. Based in Mount Shami with his followers, Ichi, Ni, and San, Hiruko uses a genjutsu to project himself in the skies above Konoha, announcing that he will obtain the Kekkei Genkai of the Land of Fire and become immortal and invincible, then instigate the Fourth Great Shinobi World War and conquer the world. With Hiruko wanting the last of the Kekkei Genkai, he eventually becomes interested with Kakashi, due to the fact he has the Sharingan. Hiruko plans to get the the sharingan no matter what, even going as far as to controlling him to do his bidding. With Hiruko intending to use the power of the solar eclipse to carry out this plan, a race to defeat him begins as the moment of the eclipse draws near.
28 May 2012
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The film concerns the potential outbreak of a Fourth Great Shinobi World War when ninja with Kekkei Genkai abilities begin to disappear from Kumogakure, Iwagakure, Kirigakure, and Sunagakure. As the only village unscathed, Konohagakure is believed to be behind the incident, and rumors circulate that they are preparing a rebellion. With the other nations amassing troops at the Land of Fire's borders, threatening invasion, the Fire Daimyo orders Tsunade to apprehend those responsible and prove Konoha's innocence; in the event of failure, the Land of Fire will be forced to destroy the village in order to preserve world peace. The true culprit and main antagonist of the film, Hiruko, is a missing-nin and former friend of the Sannin that disappeared from Konohagakure dozens of years earlier, after developing Chimera Technique, a jutsu which allows him to absorb both the chakra and Kekkei Genkai of other ninja. Based in Mount Shami with his followers, Ichi, Ni, and San, Hiruko uses a genjutsu to project himself in the skies above Konoha, announcing that he will obtain the Kekkei Genkai of the Land of Fire and become immortal and invincible, then instigate the Fourth Great Shinobi World War and conquer the world. With Hiruko wanting the last of the Kekkei Genkai, he eventually becomes interested with Kakashi, due to the fact he has the Sharingan. Hiruko plans to get the the sharingan no matter what, even going as far as to controlling him to do his bidding. With Hiruko intending to use the power of the solar eclipse to carry out this plan, a race to defeat him begins as the moment of the eclipse draws near.
28 May 2012
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Cave Story 3D review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Cave Story 3D for Nintendo 3DS. Y'know, it's got everything right in the title. It's a story, about caves, and it's in 3D. Granted, said story about caves was an indie game phenomenon, which took the world by storm with its tight, retro-styled platforming and entertaining sense of humor. This rebuild - true to the mechanics, but boasting a complete graphical overhaul - comes courtesy of Nippon-Ichi, who brought their own brand of madness to the translation (and inserted a Prinny hat. Dood!) This video review features video gameplay footage of Cave Story 3D for Nintendo 3DS and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
22 Sep 2012
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Hyperdimension Neptunia Mk2 review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Hyperdimension Neptunia Mk2 for PlayStation 3. In a world filled with... well, let's be clear. It's a world filled with obscure video game references, where legends like Takahashi Meijin and Keiji Inafune just chill out amongst the cute, spandex-clad personifications of video game concepts, a plague of piracy sweeps the land at the hands of the R4... I mean, Arfoire Syndicate. It's up to the Game Gear... I'm sorry, Nep-Gear, and her band of anthropomorphised development teams (Nippon-Ichi, Gust, Compile Heart, and Idea Factory) to right wrongs and triumph over evil! This video review features video gameplay footage of Hyperdimension Neptunia Mk2 for PlayStation 3 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
13 Oct 2012
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Trinity Universe Review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Trinity Universe, a dungeon-delving RPG developed by Idea Factory, Gust, and Nippon-Ichi and published in 2008 by NIS America for PlayStation 3. Awright, we get the point. Cross Edge was a bit of a travesty. So what's say we dial back the amount of licenses, just a tad, so that we're dealing with a mostly-unique universe where Flonne and Etna and Violet just happen to show up? And no one has amnesia? Let's actually make it funny, too. There we go. Much better. Maybe the third time will be a charm, but Trinity Universe proves that someone out there is at least paying some attention. This CGRundertow video game review features video gameplay footage of for the PS3 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
17 Oct 2012
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Akane the Kunoichi Review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of Akane the Kunoichi, a retro ninjutsu-platformer developed and published in 2011 by Haruneko for the XBox Live Arcade Indie Channel. Fun fact! "Kunoichi" derives from the three strokes used to write the kanji for "woman": the hiragana "ku," katakana "no," and kanji "ichi." Put them together and you get a feisty redhead with an unlimited supply of kunai, a master-slash-love-interest in need of rescuing, and 15 levels of wall-hugging, crony-slaughtering, huge-boss fighting old-school action. This CGRundertow video game review features video gameplay footage of Akane the Kunoichi for the XBox 360 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.
24 Oct 2012
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