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Submitted by Valay 632d ago | news

Famitsu review scores (4/2/13)

Take a look at the review scores from this week's issue of Famitsu. (3DS, PS3, PSP)

Apocalypso  +   632d ago
Nothing to see here, carry on.
dp277407  +   632d ago
I thought you were lying, I should have believed you im sorry.
Knushwood Butt  +   632d ago
Agreed, but to be fair, there's a barren release schedule for the whole month of April in Japan.
knifefight  +   632d ago
Wow, the whole thing is only 2 reviews.
Cardfight: Ride to Victory for 3DS getting 31/40 and Sangoku Hime 2: Tenka Hatou for PSP getting 20/40 (Famitsu aaaalllmost using the bottom half of their review scale for once!).

And yeah, as has been said, April's release schedule is thin across the board. The end of the month is big for PS3 though. Tomb Raider, Bioshock Infinite, and many others.

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