Are you in the market for highly unique and awesome handmade Pokemon collectables ? Well we figured you might be, and so does PokeMasterCrafter on Etsy. PokeMasterCrafter creates detailed, elegant crystal Pokeballs. The price tag is shown as $99,999.00, but don't flip out--that is not the actual price of the crystal masterpieces. The real price is handled during ordering one of the Pokeballs and they go for around $80.

Details on the crystal creations after the jump!

The weekly hardware and software sales data from Japan is in, courtesy of Media Create, and CD Projekt Red's latest game is a hit. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt opened at number one in Japan with 67,385 sales. This was essentially the only highlight of the week in the Japanese market, as no other new game was able to top 10,000 sales, and older titles like Animal Crossing: New Leaf and Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate cracked the top twenty in the absence of strong-selling new software. Hardware sales were underwhelming as well, with no platform breaking 20,000 sales for the week. Click below for the full breakdown.

PlayStation 4 is selling at a record-breaking pace and performing at a higher level than anyone expected, but there's still plenty of room for improvement. In particular, both Sony and its fans would like to see a more robust lineup of games. Sony Computer Entertainment CEO Andrew House spoke with investors about the situation, addressing both the thin first-party lineup for 2015 (especially since the delay of Uncharted 4: A Thief's End) and the company's strategy for bringing third-party games to PlayStation 4. Hit the jump for more!

Splatoon is a competitive third-person shooter that doesn’t focus on racking up the most number of kills against your opposing team, but rather on coloring the most surface area on the map. Rather than bullets, Splatoon players fire brightly-colored ink from their weapons, and rather than bloody kills, you defeat your opponents with gooey “splats.”

It’s a clever spin on what we’ve come to expect from the genre, but more importantly, it’s a must-buy for any Wii U owner—it’s the most fun I’ve had in years.

A few weeks ago, Nintendo’s upcoming shooter Splatoon made headlines when it was revealed that the game wouldn’t include voice chat, a decision that caused somewhat of a divide between gamers. Some felt that Nintendo were locking out a crucial part of team-based gaming, while others feel that there’s no real need for it. Two Gamnesia writers are going head-to-head tonight to tackle this issue.

Today we've got a press release which tells us that Nintendo is going to be sending Spain 100,000 Amiibo figures because the demand has been so incredibly high. Each of the 36 figures that have already been released will be included in the massive shipment. See the full press release after the jump 

Ten more tracks for Guitar Hero Live have been announced, and they include such artists as Tenacious D, Rise Against, and Anthrax.

The newest entry in the Guitar Hero franchise—coming to Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and Wii U—already has 40+ confirmed tracks, and the announcement today puts that number well over 50. The confirmed track listing thus far comprises the genres rock, alternative, hardcore, heavy metal, and more.

Head inside for the full listing!

German Nintendo news site ntower has posted ten minutes-worth of gameplay footage from Yoshi's Woolly World in full 1080p at 60-frames-per-second.  The video shows various gameplay clips in one-minute intervals as to avoid any large spoilers.

Head past the jump to view the full gameplay footage!

Some of us here at Gamnesia have an intense love of classic Nintendo games, and our constant perusing of the Internet has led us to the motherload. Behold, an entire fridge full of Jurassic Park SNES games! For the measly price of $1500, someone scored over 300 classic Jurassic Park SNES carts, as well as a sprinkling of Game Boy, Genesis, and Saturn copies of Jurassic Park

This refrigerator is already sold, but if you could fill a fridge with any game, what would it be? Let us know in the comments!

The Retro Video Games System is a planned new game console powered by nostalgia and cartridge technology. The Nintendo 64 was the last cartridge-based console, released in 1996, its blocky, plastic-housed games made obsolete by the advancement of disc-based storage. Cartridges had a few advantages in their heyday, including faster load times and greater durability, but games eventually became too large and complex for them to remain dominant. Mike Kennedy, publisher of Retro Magazine, wants to bring them back, and has his Retro VGS console in the works to do just that.

More and a brief gallery after the jump.

Nintendo has been bringing new business partners on board lately, including DeNA for their mobile venture and QOL plans, as well as Universal Studios, for Nintendo-themed attractions at their resorts. Is this a good move for them? Should they keep finding partners, or is two enough? This is one of the subjects we cover on this week's episode of Nintendo Week, our Nintendo podcast here at Gamnesia. If you'd like to learn more about it, you can watch the discussion video after the jump!

Remastered games have become a hot topic in the industry lately, and just in the past two days we've seen reports of remasters for Resident Evil ZeroUncharted, and the Arkham games, joining previously announced or released remasters like Gears of War, The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker, and The Last of Us, Tomb Raider, Devil May Cry 4, and others. How do you feel about this remastering craze? Hit the jump to join the discussion!

Project Cars on Wii U is probably cancelled, according to Ian Bell, head of Slightly Mad Studios. Bell spoke with a fan on the official forum, explaining the current state of the game on Nintendo's console. According to Bell, Project Cars is currently running at just 23 frames per second and in 720p on the Wii U. The developer is hoping for the announcement of a new home console from Nintendo at E3, so they can start developing their game for that new system.

Until Dawn was originally unveiled as a PlayStation 3 title, but the survival-horror title was re-introduced as a PlayStation 4 exclusive after a long silence. We finally have a release date for the story-driven adventure, as the PlayStation YouTube channel has released a new trailer that pens the game in for an August 25th launch in North America. Until Dawn launches in Europe on August 26th, and the UK and Ireland will have to wait until August 28th. You can check out the new trailer by clicking below!

A bunch of new tour dates for The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses Master Quest concert have been announced. The performances feature music and visuals from beloved Zelda titles such as Ocarina of Time, The Wind Waker, Twilight Princess, A Link to the Past, Link's Awakening and more. 

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