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Kid Icarus™: Uprising compo!

Tuesday 17th July 2012

Win a 3DS™ XL and Kid Icarus™: Uprising game in our competitionKid Icarus DS

We’ve got one of the new 4GB, extended battery-life, bigger-screened Nintendo 3DS™ XL consoles and a copy of the hit new game Kid Icarus™: Uprising to give away to one lucky Manga UK reader, courtesy of our friends at Nintendo. Created by Masahiro Sakurai, the man behind Super Smash Bros.™ , Kid Icarus™: Uprising features immersive 3D graphics and boundless action that up to six players can enjoy together.

In Kid Icarus™: Uprising, the angelic Pit must defend himself against the dark goddess Medusa and her malevolent Underworld Army. With help from Palutena, goddess of light and guardian of the human race, he battles enemies in the air and on the ground. Players can enhance the action with a nearly unlimited arsenal of collectible weapons, from Bows to Cannons to Claws, each with its own unique characteristics and play style. Players can also fuse weapons together, resulting in a single weapon that combines certain characteristics of the original two.

As many as six players with their own Nintendo 3DS™ XL systems and Kid Icarus™: Uprising game cards can compete against each other in new multiplayer modes. Light vs. Dark mode puts players in a three-on-three battle where they must work with their team, and Free-for-All mode where anything goes. Weapons and skills collected in single-player action carry over to multiplayer, giving players an incentive to play stages again and again to collect the best gear for multiplayer skirmishes.

To stand a chance of winning a 3DS™ XL (released on 28th July) and the game, you need to answer our fiendishly difficult question. Kid Icarus designer Masahiro Sakurai also created which famous game?

a)      Super Smash Bros.™

b)     Super Mario Bros.™

c)      Super Chuckle Bros.™

Email your answer with your name, address and age to: comp@mangauk.com. Use the subject header: NINTENDO.

Terms: entrants must be UK residents. Closing date: 9am UK time on 28th July. The winner must provide the correct answer and will be selected at random. Judges' decision is final. Winner to be announced in the Mangazette on 30th July. Only one entry per address. This competition cannot be entered by any Manga Entertainment, Anchor Bay Entertainment or Starz Media employees or their families. No cash alternative.


Digimon: Digital Monsters Season 2

was £39.99
By popular demand, the anime fan-favourite released for the first time on DVD!

Four years after Tai, Mimi and the rest of the Digidestined brought peace to the digital world and found their way back home, the Digimon Emperor - a new villain - threatens the world and its Digital Monsters. With some the original kids off to junior high, a new generation is chosen to defend and save the world from evil.

Davis, Yolei, Cody, and Ken join T.K and Kari to form the new Digidestined team. Together they journey back to the Digital World to battle the Digimon Emperor and free all the Digital Monsters from his control.



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Who's Who in Dragon Ball #5

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Where is Victorian Romance Emma?

Why do we get Downton, but not Emma?
Fans of K-On! The Movie’s lovely and realistic vision of London may not be aware that in between that film and Steamboy’s loving depiction of a steampunk-era Manchester and London rests a show that is as accurate as either, and yet is also arguably the most English anime show ever made. Yet it still cannot be bought on DVD in the UK itself.
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We'd like to thank those of you who came over to say hello, joined in with the karaoke, and made our weekend so awesome! Check out our photos from the weekend!
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