Reports have flooded in of the rumoured remake of Pokemon Black and White, tentatively titled Pokemon Gray getting it’s own website domain registered.
Yellow, Crystal, Emerald and Platinum are the rumoured special editions predecessors and are what is hinting heavily towards Gray being the fifth. The domain was registered by Melbourne IT Digital Brand Services. Melbourne IT DBS was the same company that registered the name for the official Pokemon Black and White website also.
With no official statements as yet, it is yet to be seen whether this is a measure to stop someone squatting on the address, or an announcement over Pokemon Gray is due in the upcoming months.
Virtual On is an interesting series created by Sega when they were hinking to themselves: “Do you know what Power Stone needs? ROBOTS!” And crazily expensive controllers that I’m still saving up or though there’s a time and a place for that. Force is the sequel to Ontario Tangram which is avaliable on XBLA for 1200 Points however unlike it’s predecessor, it will get a retail release on December 22nd in Japan with lots of nifty extras. Like most other limited editions Force will get an artbook and a soundtrack however instead of some meager 32 page book of rough sketches, Force will get a 140 page book containing promotional art, ar for the various virtuaroids and developer interviews (so brush up on your Japanese people!) and the soundtrack will span SIX discs containing tracks from every game in the series.