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Submitted by Valay 778d ago | news

Famitsu review scores (12/11/12)

The latest Famitsu reviews include high scores for Black Ops II Wii U and Fist of the North Star: Ken's Rage 2. (3DS, PS Vita, PS3, PSP, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360)

j-blaze  +   778d ago
great scores for Ken's Rage 2 :)
jc48573  +   778d ago
bring it on!

TATATATATATATATA TA!

You are already dead.
r21  +   778d ago
Wow, I thought the famitsu reviews would be harsh on BO:D like every other journalistic reviwers but all 7s? Pretty kind scores.
gamerpiggy  +   778d ago
Man, Famitsu has really fallen from grace in my opinion. They've given out half of their perfect scores in the past 3 years. And I think it's clear that BO:D is not a 7/10 game. Still, though, they're pretty much the only Eastern reviewer that's managed to stay relevant as far as I can tell (although that's mostly because of the former rarity of a perfect score and their age).

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