Watch Arya Stark Prove That Kids These Days Can’t Handle ’80s Nintendo

DS games must go—$10 each or 3/$25! All complete with case & instructions.

  • Bangai-O Spirits
  • Miami Law
  • Picross 3D
  • Big Bang Mini
  • Tony Hawk’s American Sk8land
  • Looney Tunes: Duck Amuck
  • Gunpey DS
  • Populous DS
  • Puzzle Kingdoms
  • Robocalypse
  • C.O.P. The Recruit
  • Mystery Dungeon: Shiren the Wanderer
  • Personal Trainer: Cooking
  • Barnyard Blast: Swine of the Night
  • Battles of Prince of Persia
  • Meteos
  • Classic Action: Devilish
  • Jake Hunter: Detective Chronicles
  • Prince of Persia: The Fallen King
  • Clubhouse Games
  • Solitaire Overload
  • Polarium
  • Style Savvy
  • Break ‘Em All
  • The Legend of Kage 2
  • Lost in Blue 2
  • Nervous Brickdown
  • Deep Labyrinth
  • Trace Memory
  • New International Track & Field
  • CrossworDS

The Fall, Nintendo eShop—This looks pretty incredible!

I’m loving the Super Mario themed body paint Melanie Doust is rocking out in these shots!

Photo: Lauren Payne
Lighting set up: Glen Young
Makeup & body paint: Lauren Payne, Dollvyn Van Luyn, Boom Jui

Hey, look…it’s a pink yoshi! (And if you look closely, you can almost make out a pink Mandy Morbid in the background.)

Earlier this month, it was announced that Capcom chose to not renew their takeover defense, a countermeasure instated in 2008 to prevent Capcom from falling under another company’s control should a third party buy up a large amount of its stock. Essentially this means that Capcom is for sale & ready to entertain offers.

Who should step in? Who would benefit most from owning the Capcm brand? EA? Microsoft? No, I think there’s a clear answer here.