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STEINS;GATE is set to release in Europe on PS3 and PS Vita on the 5th of June 2015 by Aisha Anime

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Our friends over at PQube are pleased to announce that MAGES., 5pb. and Science Adventure Team’s critically acclaimed STEINS;GATE will be coming to PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita systems on Friday the 5th of June in Europe – as both a physical and digital release.

GAME (UK) will also be exclusively stocking the Limited Edition which includes;

Limited Edition STEINS;GATE on PlayStation 3 or PlayStation Vita containing;
Gorgeous, premium quality 126 page artbook featuring CG and Key Artwork.

The Limited Edition version of Steins;Gate is available exclusively from GAME.

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STEINS;GATE is the much anticipated, critically acclaimed Visual Novel that follows a bunch of misfits and young scientists who discover a way of sending text messages back into the past.

As their meddling in time begins to spiral out of control – they become embroiled in a complex conspiracy that threatens not just their lives, but the future of humanity.

Widely considered to be the finest Visual Novel ever made, STEINS;GATE weaves a unique and intricate story that can be shaped using the ‘Phone Trigger’ system – where the protagonist’s mobile phone offers players a myriad of choices that present themselves as the plot progresses, culminating in multiple outcomes and endings.

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Shorts On Tap: Women's Day by Aisha Anime

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Shorts On Tap present: WOMEN'S DAY - A CELEBRATION: 7 Short Films on Sunday, March 8th at 93 Feet East, Brick Lane, London E1

Time: 7pm.

Cost: £3 

Join us for a great celebration of Womens' independence on The International Womens Day, Sunday, March the 8th at 93 Feet East, Brick Lane (London E1).

Women's Day - A Celebration is an exploration of feminism and femininity through short film and documentary. A collection of films casting a light upon women and the very meaning of being a woman in a male-dominated world.  This is a journey through gender, identity and sexuality.

Discussing, debating, commenting on the films with their directors and guests speakers.
A great opportunity to check new work, expand your network, make friends and enjoy a night out checking some great talent. they are constantly looking for fresh talent and material contact them to showcase your shorts. A great night out with friends or make some new ones - I did ^_^ ~Aisha Anime~

Doors open at 7pm for a chat-and-a-pint networking session
Films screening start at 8pm
Show ends approximately at 10:30pm


Get tickets here: https://billetto.co.uk/en/events/shorts-on-tap-present-womens-day-a-celebration-7-short-films/tickets

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Review: Fantasy life by Aisha Anime

Publisher: Nintendo
Developer: Level 5
Genre: Adventure, RPG
Players: 3


Release Date:
27th Dec 2012 (JPN)
24th Oct 2014 (USA)
26th Sep 2014 (UK/EU)

The best way to describe Fantasy Life is a real time action RPG from level-5. This came was supposed to come out 2009 in Japan but was delayed and kept in development till 27th December, 2012. This mean't they had to enhance the specifications for DSi to 3DS quality. 

Playing Fantasy life is a different experience from a JRPG and resembles Animal Crossing but with more story and depth to the game - also the online capabilities differ greatly. Missing out the art and CGI counterparts of the Japanese RPG the game has a lot of big Japanese names involved.  In addition to Level-5, legendary character artist Yoshitaka Amano (Art of Final Fantasy) and Nobuo Uematsu (Final Fantasy composer). Most notably, Fantasy Life is the final game developed by Brownie Brown — before changing name to 1-UP Studios  a company that favoured by most JRPG fans’. 

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The game is set in a medieval setting, where among a dragon threatening the land, you work with a a new race called 'Plushies' (not cuddly toys apparently)  to expand your skills as an adventurer. In addition to gaining XP and earning Dosh (the in-game money) for vanquishing monsters and cows, each Life has its own series of tasks which make you a wholesome character.

When enough stars are earned, the player ranks up in the Life they are currently living and gaining access to new skills, presents (awarded by a butterfly) or recipes that also mostly remain usable when a character switches Lives which is key to the game's point. You can pick the job of a warrior, seamstress, farmer, carpenter, blacksmith, mage and more - the full experience of Fantasy Life lies in developing your craft 

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The gameplay isn't especially difficult and great for new RPG gamers and retro, button presses are used to attack and likewise to use skills. I chose seamstress/tailor as my first life and to complete clothes tasks i simple moved left or right and press 'A' consecutively within a time limit. 


Fantasy Life is more of a customisation game and you don't heavily rely on numbers and statistics. Super cute Gear can be attained from Nintendo codes which they post up on twitter regularly.  

Part of the main story you complete your skill tasks to obtain 'Bliss' which unlock special prizes, part of the main plot was stumbling across a talking butterfly 'Flutter' she is the one who measures your bliss and awards you prizes from pets to more space in your inventory and I highly recommend making your bag bigger - as you end up picking up lots of items to trade.

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Fantasy Life’s art has a hand drawn cartoon which works well with the 3D There is a minor visual issue with the perspective, which is midway between a top-down and a side view — combined with the relatively low resolution of the 3DS — means that details lose high definition but I am happy to enjoy the environment art.


There are rarely any cinematic moments in the game which is a shame, any there are used to advance the game's story. The game ios light hearted and has lots of humorous one liners in the game and lovable characters. 

It should also be noted, though its level of attraction will vary, that this isn't an exclusively single-player adventure. Fantasy Life’s multi-player allows players to get together locally or on-line in groups of up to three and accomplish the same tasks and challenges as in single-player mode (although it is not possible to advance the main story in multi-player). With the variety of Lives to live and the range of tasks to perform, any trip to any kingdom with just about anyone is sure to be productive in some way — and you might just get the right help to finally defeat that challenge monster that’s spent far too long in your Life list.

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On-line facilities include  StreetPass to have new friends enter your land carrying gifts which you can only obtain after talking to them several times (they are in different areas of the game). Link mode also allows you to send your on-line friends messages (both group-wide and private) whilst not playing the game together.


Final Thoughts


Fantasy Life is a break from Animal Crossing, doing mini games and tasks which has some plot to follow kept me more engaged than I expected. Learning new aspects such as capturing mercenaries and handing them in for bounty. I recommend you choose a fighting type to begin with or else collect money gets a bit challenging. The art is charming coupled with a great soundtrack to make a Westernise RPG with anew concept making the game playable more than once.

7/10 ~Aisha Anime~