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Important Importables Review: Poupeegirl DS for DS

by Jenni Lada on Feb 19, 2010 at 08:44 AM

Poupeegirl isn’t known for being a DS game, it’s known for being a social networking and dress-up site. Users create avatars, which they then dress up in fashionable clothes. But the clothes and accessories aren’t free. You have to earn ribbons, or purchase jewels, to acquire them. To earn ribbons,… Continue Reading »

Important Importables: Valentine’s Day in Japan

by Jenni Lada on Feb 12, 2010 at 08:17 AM

Valentines Day is a day of love and affection in many places around the world. However, the holiday isn’t handled the same way in Japan as it is in the United States and many other countries. Instead, it’s part of a two-part celebration where women show their affection on one… Continue Reading »

Important Importables Review: Final Fantasy Vocal Collections Vol. 1: Pray

by Jenni Lada on Jan 29, 2010 at 08:34 AM

There have been a number of Final Fantasy compilation albums, featuring music from multiple entries in the series on one album. One such album is Final Fantasy Vocal Collections Vol. 1: Pray, which takes established tracks from Final Fantasy I – VI, offers a new arrangement, has a number of… Continue Reading »

Important Importables Review: Harukanaru Toki no Naka de 2 (Koei Selection) for PSP

by Jenni Lada on Jan 22, 2010 at 08:31 AM

Koei’s Neoromance line is quite popular in Japan. Rather than referring to one series, it refers to multiple series, Harukanaru Toki no Naka de, La Corda d’Oro and Angelique which are designed to appeal to female gamers. All Neoromance games have some sort of RPG, simulation or strategy element to… Continue Reading »

Important Importables: Import games to watch out for in 2010

by Jenni Lada on Jan 15, 2010 at 08:25 AM

It’s the beginning of a new year, which means that there are hundreds of new games waiting to entertain us. 2010 has only just begun, but hype has already started to surround some forthcoming releases that have already been announced. Today’s Important Importables is going to take a brief look… Continue Reading »

Important Importables: Top 5 import PSP games of 2009

by Jenni Lada on Jan 8, 2010 at 08:35 AM

Hope 2010 is going well for all of you so far! This week we’re looking back at 2009 again. Last week, we went through the top five DS games released in 2009 and this week we’re doing the same thing, only with PSP games. So sit down, relax, and check… Continue Reading »

Important Importables: Top 5 import DS games in 2009

by Jenni Lada on Jan 1, 2010 at 08:35 AM

Happy New Years! This year, Important Importables ended up landing on both Christmas and New Years! Surprise! I bet you expected Important Importables would take the holidays off. Nope! Let’s welcome in 2010 together! 2009 was a great year, with a lot of fantastic games released throughout the world. Hopefully,… Continue Reading »

Important Importables: Christmas in Japan

by Jenni Lada on Dec 25, 2009 at 08:26 AM

Christmas isn’t a major, national holiday in Japan, like it is in other areas in the world. Nonetheless, the Japanese do celebrate it as a special day and have certain traditions they follow when it comes around every year. Actually, if you’ve played Persona 3 or Persona 4, you may… Continue Reading »

Important importables Review: Princess Maker Collection for Dreamcast

by Jenni Lada on Dec 18, 2009 at 08:27 AM

As many people know, it’s very easy to play an import game on your Dreamcast. You just need to buy or make a boot disk and you’re all set. This means you’ll get access to a large number of games you normally wouldn’t get to play. Princess Maker Collection is… Continue Reading »

Important Importables: Oekaki

by Jenni Lada on Dec 11, 2009 at 08:33 AM

The holidays are coming up, and its a good time to get creative. I mean, there’s a good chance that you may be making home-made gifts for your family and friends this year, if you’re short on cash. So to help you get into a creative frame of mind, this… Continue Reading »

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