Ahead of Microsoft’s press conference tomorrow, images of the rumored Xbox One Slim – apparently christened the Xbox One S –have been leaked on NeoGAF.
GameSpot reports that GAFfers KawabataSan and Ekim first posted the images above and below, with Kotaku’s Jason Schreier later confirming the console’s “Edmonton” codename and the fact that the power brick is internal. Despite that latter fact, the Xbox One S is 40% smaller than its existing predecessor. It also sports a 2TB hard drive, outputs 4K and HDR, uses a new and streamlined controller, and comes with a vertical stand.
In celebration of the 1st anniversary of the release of the Fire Emblem 0 (Cipher) Trading Card Game in Japan, a Caravan event will tour several Japanese cities throughout the summer, hosting competitions, mini-concerts, merchandise sales, and more.
Starting in Osaka on June 25th, the caravan will travel to Sendai on July 3rd, Hiroshima on July 10th, Nagoya on the 16th, Niigata on the 24th, and wrapping up July in Fukuoka on the 31st. August stops will include Tokushima on the 7th, Sapporo on the 14th, and finally Tokyo on the 20th.
Cipher enthusiasts of any and all levels of experience are welcome and invited to attend any of the events to celebrate and enjoy the trading card game. Guests will receive a pair of promotional Cipher cards featuring Felicia upon leaving at the end of each event.
So how well does this new protector work? How about some of the other new additions to RetroProtection’s product lineup, such as the Japanese GameCube game box protector? We took those and more out for a test drive, and you can hear what we thought in the video above! If you’re looking to pick one up, head over to RetroProtection.
Of course, if you’re still in need of the elusive Fire Emblem Fates: Special Edition, be sure to enter our Fire Emblem Fates: Special Edition giveaway for the month of May! Enter early and often for the best chances to win!
On this week’s episode of The Post Game Zone, Lehew takes a look at the divisive Star Fox Zero. Did the controls bug him enough to limit his play to only two hours? Well, no, but he does have some things to say.
There may be over 1 million new owners of Fire Emblem Fatesin North America, but very few of those own the definitive version of the game. The Fire Emblem Fates Special Edition includes all three routes on a single 3DS cartridge, and is the only way to obtain Revelation on a retail cartridge. So how can we help? Well, we’re going to give one of these away!
From now through May 31st, you can enter our giveaway for your chances to win a sealed copy of the Fire Emblem Fates Special Edition. It’s the North American version, which can only be played on North American consoles, so please keep that in mind when entering – but we’ll be opening up the giveaway worldwide.
We’ll be using Gleam’s competition platform to run our event. There are several ways to enter (mostly involving our social media channels), and we’ll be adding more ways to enter throughout the month! In fact, many entry methods can be repeated daily, so between that and the occasional additions to the entry methods, you’ll want to check back often.
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY for U.S. residents to enter. Some entry methods can even be performed multiple times (once each day), so be sure to get your entries in early and often and we’ll pick the lucky winner of the Special Edition after May 31st!
We are developing multiple podcast series as part of Phase 1 of a new initiative, and we need knowledgable, fun people to help host and produce them! Among these will be the official Serenes Forest podcast, a weekly 42-minute Fire Emblem-centric podcast for the popular fan site of the same name.
Interested? Check out the listing here and get in touch! We’ll get back to you with further details.