Check out the review scores from the latest issue of Famitsu, including neat-perfect scores for Super Mario 3D World and Lightning Returns.
This latest Mario seems like the best one yet.so tempted to get a Wii u just fir this and maybe smash later next year
Don't fall into Nintendo's trap. Just wait for a WiiU emulator.
And this comes from a typical marketing victim ROFL. Sometimes I wonder if there is no boring mainstream game out there those mainstream "i get fooled by marketing" zombies can play....
famitsu gave Sonic Lost World 9,9,9,9 they cannot be trusted
yeah i was hoping that game would be good. i dont know WHERE they get their scores sometimes. here's to hoping this one is justified.
different gamers preferences and taste
i believe they were correct, i played it and found it to be fun, i think its just that it wasnt that great but you shouldnt let reviewers dictate what games you like. Sonic doesnt deliver but still steps it up, COD copied and pasted Ghost and the reviewers are giving it all the slack.
Resident Evil 6 Resident Evil ORC dmc Final Fantasy 13 Final Fantasy 13 - 2 and now Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII Sonic Lost Worlds I could go on They should never be trusted with Japanese developed games or Japanese franchises in general
to knowledge famitsu review the games taking to account how the game delivery the thing what the followers of that game expect,for that a great score do not mean a great game,basically tell what the people what want to play that game do not gonna be dissapointed.i like this type of review for what niche games how atelier can get good scores for what are not punished for being niches.meanwhile in the west a game can be great for the what want be and delivery the what his fans want but to the media do not gonna get more what a 7.
Great to see Super Mario 3D World getting great scores! The 3D Mario games do tend to be very fun. And I know Japan loves their FF13. But I'm hoping Lightning Returns is more my taste too :)
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