On today's Destructoid Show, we've got the lowdown on Lollipop Chainsaw's exclusive Japanese trampy hooker outfits, the Metal Gear Solid Snake Eater 3D demo coming later this week, and Destructoid.com editor-in-corgis Dale North was kind enough to Skype in and give us his thoughts on The Playstation Vita's entire launch lineup.
On today's Destructoid Show, we've got the lowdown on Lollipop Chainsaw's exclusive Japanese trampy hooker outfits, the Metal Gear Solid Snake Eater 3D demo coming later this week, the extremely cool iCade 8Bitty retro gamepad for Android and iOS devices, but most importantly, Destructoid.com editor-in-corgis Dale North was kind enough to Skype in and give us his thoughts on The Playstation Vita's entire launch lineup. Spoiler alert: it's mega.
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We were aware that a Snake Eater 3D demo would hit "at a later date" at some point in 2012, but it turns out that date is this Thursday, according to Nintendo. The demo will accompany the weekly store update, and there are no early reports of the "30 maximum use" restrictions, so we'll have to wait and see on that. (Chris Carter)
Lollipop Chainsaw is really pushing the alternate costume thing. We already got to see the various new looks Juliet Starling can rock with North American pre-orders, but here's a look at the stuff Japanese premium edition can buyers can get their pervy hands on. (Jim Sterling)
ThinkGeek unveiled a new iCADE device at the 2012 Toy Fair in New York City this week. The iCADE 8-Bitty is a retro-style d-pad controller for iOS and Android devices. It features a very NES-like layout, but has eight buttons, including a shoulder set. It's battery powered and connects to your device wirelessly. (Dale North)
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