The Japanese magazine Weekly Famitsu asked a hundred Japanese developers and industry professionals to vote for their favorite games of 2017.
Zelda is just taking it in. Must be a burden for the team to try and top BOTW.
Or it could be motivation.
Just got a switch loving Zelda! You're next Xenoblade
I'm 55 hours into Xenoblade and probably only a little more than halfway through it. Best combat of any of the Xenoblade games imo.
Xenoblade 2 is fantastic. The only thing I've not taken to is Rex's accent.
Xenoblade is great. We love it.
Beat the main story in Xenoblade 2 and now playing for side stuff. The game is a real treasure.
Good to hear. I'll definitely be picking it up today
I prefer nioh and nier. Botw changed too much to the formula for my liking just like skyward sword... the last great zelda was twilight princess imo... Mario is hands down better than its predececors where zelda is not. I almost wish i didnt have every zelda game to compare botw wild to than i might just find it amazing. The game can actually be beaten by skipping +90% of the game and going straight to ganon. 1 thing is for sure tho, japanese devs are back on top.
nioh is hands down my favorite game of the year, wanna get a switch for zelda and future bayonetta
Very happy to see that Resident Evil 7 is number 5 on the list so I'm glad that Japanese developers seem to enjoy RE7. Also very glad that Nier Automata in number 3. This year was fantastic for gamers, probably one of the best in a very long time.
Was about to say: "Where is Persona 5?", then I remember it came out last year in Japan.
Obviously these developers didn’t play wolfenstein. And cuphead at #58? Gtfo
Can't wait for Dragon Quest XI.
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