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Zelda 3DS XL bundle $150 at Target ⊟
Well this deal is wacky. I can’t handle this deal. We even double-checked with Nintendo to make sure it didn’t mix up its bundles because this sounds too good to be true, but the company says this sale is for sure gonna happen.
[Update: Target’s customer service Twitter account claimed the bundle will not be a part of the retailer’s 3DS XL sale, but then reversed that stance.]
Between November 28 and November 30, all 3DS XL hardware will be discounted to $150 at Target… including the new Zelda 3DS XL, according to Nintendo. Which comes with A Link Between Worlds. And looks super nice.
I’m not sure you want to be in a store at this time of year, but man, it’s a great deal if you happen to end up in one (I have a feeling these things will be sold out instantaneously).
The good news is that $150 is a great price for whatever 3DS XL you can find! Image via miggggg.
BUY The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, upcoming games

*crying* I am going to buy that!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

tinycartridge:

Zelda 3DS XL bundle $150 at Target ⊟

Well this deal is wacky. I can’t handle this deal. We even double-checked with Nintendo to make sure it didn’t mix up its bundles because this sounds too good to be true, but the company says this sale is for sure gonna happen.

[Update: Target’s customer service Twitter account claimed the bundle will not be a part of the retailer’s 3DS XL sale, but then reversed that stance.]

Between November 28 and November 30, all 3DS XL hardware will be discounted to $150 at Target… including the new Zelda 3DS XL, according to Nintendo. Which comes with A Link Between Worlds. And looks super nice.

I’m not sure you want to be in a store at this time of year, but man, it’s a great deal if you happen to end up in one (I have a feeling these things will be sold out instantaneously).

The good news is that $150 is a great price for whatever 3DS XL you can find! Image via miggggg.

BUY The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, upcoming games

*crying* I am going to buy that!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I started these gifs a year ago, but then school started and I had to put them on the back burner. Until now!

Originally there were going to be eight - two for each kid - but they took so long I decided it might be better to stop here and finish the rest another time.

Sorry about the low-quality gifs, ehehe…

Stuff from one of our animators! Rad!

so AWSOME!

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The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds Impressions
Hey gang.
Just picked up my copy of The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds the other day and I’ve been managing time between crazy holiday hours at my day job and sleep to play this title. Not much time to write a full review, and I’m not too sure if I will since everyone else in the gaming world already has, but here are my impressions of the title.

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I cried so hard when I found out this game was only for DS…. these tears are still fresh haha

albotas:

The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds Impressions

Hey gang.

Just picked up my copy of The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds the other day and I’ve been managing time between crazy holiday hours at my day job and sleep to play this title. Not much time to write a full review, and I’m not too sure if I will since everyone else in the gaming world already has, but here are my impressions of the title.

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I cried so hard when I found out this game was only for DS…. these tears are still fresh haha

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OTL GAMING HOLIDAY GUIDE 2013—NERD STUFF (PART 1)

Have someone on your list that’s a pain to shop for? Look no further than our Nerd Stuff. It’s an assortment of some of the raddest merch we’ve seen and there’s a good bet the person you’re buying for will love it!

72 Pins
Many of us grew up in an 8bit world, while others wish it was still that way. Thank goodness then for 72pins! 72pins takes classic NES cartridges and uses them as a canvas for spectacular artwork inspired by the 8bit-days of old. It’s NEStalgia! Designs for the carts include TV shows and movies like Arrested Development and My Neighbor Totoro and modern video games like God of War and Halo. If you have someone on your list who likes the unique and sees life in pixels, then this is the gift for them! Shop here.

Art of Barrett Biggers
If you’re looking for some great gaming or geek artwork for your holiday season, our friend Barrett Biggers has you covered. His Hylian advertisement series, based on the Legend of Zelda, is a sure thing for any classic video game fan. He has fantastic artwork from video games like Metroid, Star Fox, and Super Mario as well as designs for fans of other geek favorites like Lord of the Rings, Attack on Titan, Dune and more.

The best part is that he’s offering free shipping this holiday season to customers in the United States who use the discount code OTLGAMING at checkout. He’s also got a special “Awesome Sauce” offer that if you buy a set of 3 posters; you get a 4th poster for free. Awesome Sauce indeed. Check it out here.

Bitmap’d
It’s all about the vintage pixels at Bitmap’d. This small video games clothing shop recently unveiled their new 16-Bit Collection. The line features t-shirts and pins inspired by the 16-bit, classic consoles including Sega Genesis, Super Nintendo, and TurboGrafx 16.16-Bit Santa is definitely shopping at Bitmap’d this season. Shop here.

I-im dieing over here this stuff is just…SO BEAUTIFUL!!

otlgaming

otlgaming:

OTL GAMING HOLIDAY GUIDE 2013—NERD STUFF (PART 2)

Have someone on your list that’s a pain to shop for? Look no further than our Nerd Stuff. It’s an assortment of some of the raddest merch we’ve seen and there’s a good bet the person you’re buying for will love it! 

BustedTees
Geeky references meets a healthy dose of comedy and awesome over on BustedTees. BustedTees boasts a large collection of t-shirts featuring board games, TV Shows, movies, video games and pop culture references. From “What Does The Fox Say” to a sad little Metroid who sucks, these t-shirts are perfect for the class clown and someone who prefers not to take life too seriously. BustedTees isn’t limited to just t-shirts. The store also has a “Fun Stuff” section where you can buy pixel sunglasses, an Umbrella Corp umbrella and Tetris sandwich cutter. Shop now.

Espionage Cosmetics
Wear makeup inspired by your favorite geeky movies, TV shows and video games with Espionage Cosmetics. Each collection features a high-quality powder safe for use on eyes, lips, cheeks, nails, and hair. The best selling Browncoat Collection, inspired by Firefly, features colors such as Mrs. Reynolds, Reaver Red, Shiny, and Sudden But Inevitable. After a successful Kickstarter, nail wraps will be coming in 2014. If you’re lucky to see them at a Con you can pick them up early for the holidays. Shop here. 

Fangamer
Earthbound fans, look no further for merch made just for you than at Fangamer. Fangamer’s store is packed with apparel, posters, accessories and books inspired by the video games of our youth. It’s the perfect place to search for a gift for the retro gamer. The high-quality apparel features beautiful, subtle designs that only fellow gamers will recognize. If you’re looking for some great video game art to decorate your home, make sure to check out the Fangamer x Attract Mode prints. Shop now.

Gametee
If you want to get a video game gift for someone (or yourself) that really stands in its own class, look no further than Gametee. Some of the coolest designs for T-shirts, hoodies, art prints, stickers, and more make their home at the Gametee shop. You can also check out their Video Game Shadow Series which has some exceptionally cool designs from games that you’ll be sure to recognize. Shop here.

I LUV THIS SHIT SOOOO MUCH!

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Microsoft Demonstrates Xbox One Interface

Microsoft has released a new video to their YouTube channel showing off the new interface of the Xbox One.

The video shows Yusuf Mehdi and Marc Whitten demonstrating how the Kinect 2.0 and new social features are integrated into Microsoft’s new console. This demonstration shows the real-time delay (and lack thereof) when switching apps, making this much more realistic than the previous demonstration at E3 where delay was seemingly nonexistent.

If the interface operates as shown on launch day, it truly seems to be an impressive user experience built by Microsoft. The value of this interface is all relative to each user’s preferences. But if the promises of the Xbox One’s UI is the definitive feature for you, it’s looking like you won’t be disappointed on November 22nd.

….I’d very much like one of these *7*