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Submitted by pjeigh 749d ago | review

The Last Story for Nintendo Wii review (GamerTell)

GamerTell has posted a very positive review of XSeed's Wii game, The Last Story.

From GamerTell's review:

"The whole package comes together, then, in what I consider to be not only one of the best JRPGs I’ve ever played, but one of the best Wii games. The innovative combat and the fresh look at traditional JPRG storytelling combine for a game that feels unique while remaining firmly rooted in its genre. It doesn’t hurt that the graphics are great..." (The Last Story, Wii) 96/100

knifefight  +   749d ago
Perfect score. 97 would have been way too generous and hard to take seriously -- a travesty -- but 95 would have been a rip off of monumental proportions. Well done.
Irishguy95  +   748d ago
...ok. I nearly missed the joke
3-4-5  +   749d ago
This game gets such mixed reviews. I see more positive than negative but it seems to be a game the fans like regardless of it's faults...That is always a good sign.

That means it's doing more right than wrong.
denfendtheshielf   748d ago | Spam

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