Gundam Musou for the PS3 has achieved some great ratings from the judges involved in the Famitsu gaming publication. From the four judges it scored a 9,8,8 and 8 respectively. Things are starting to look up for the PS3 as of late it seems.
A Gundam game getting high review scores?! *pinches self* sweet.
"Most PS3 games will be duds" Someone actually made that statement and Im still laughing at that one. Then I read a story like this and realize how bogus that statement really is. You cannot deny sony and people need to learn that live that and love that. END
Sony has software that appeals to a wide range of consumers always has done and always will do, it's going to be a great year. Remember Phil Harrison is in charge of the software side of things while others are hardware, so the games are in good hands...
Sorry it's just a Navy term we used alot while in boot camp... yeah i remeber reading this article earlier... it's about time namco and Koei get there lazy arses up and do a well needed breath of fresh air in both the already dead Dynasty warriors and soon to be Gundam franchise. it's like I say with EA Either you stop making those cash cow games like Madden and NFS or breath some new life into them because they are realy oldand stupid rehashes of old games with a new coat of Graphics... this bodes well for japan and PS3 well see how the sales go for march when the game and ps3 bundle lauches in the land of the rising sun march 1, 2007. and then maybe it might do good here in NA and Europe.
Nice. Thats a good score from Famitsu. Is it just me or are things looking up lately? Its like the positive news is starting to drown out the whining.
We forget, these are the people who gave Crossfire almost top marks. It's Japan, people. Let's not forget.
What were the marks though on Crossfire, I can't recall right now. BTW, anyone interested in what they actually write in their review, as that might be interesting? I happen to be in Tokyo right now, could translate it later.
if you can translate bro, that'd be cool!
There is no way they could've messed that one up....I for one, am glad they didn't.
I tried to translate as best I could, am still learning the beast that is the Japanese "language". So here goes my somewhat free translation of what the first two fellas have written. The first one gave a nine, the second one an eight. Notice the lack of substance in what the are saying. That is normal in Famitsu btw. 1) "Though it feels like Musou made simple, the ability to make such speedy attacks hitherto unknown to Musou somewhat amplifies the refreshing feel. The controls feel rather good and there's the urge to just continue playing. And though the small fish enemies look as if they were petrified, the enemy pilots with names are tough." 2) "Inside it's a stabilized version of Musou. 1 mission lasts for about 20 to 40 minutes. And when you lose on a larger map, there's the challenge to take over the experience points and to see the rest of the presentation. The dash attack system is the cream of the crop. The reinforcements system is also not boring at all." (Then some really weird sentence about companions being idiots that I coudn't quite make any sense of.) I guess I had better add a COPYRIGHT by Famitsu or something... PS: FWIMC, Musou relates to Dynasty Warriors, called blablabla Musou here in Japan.
although these aren't my favourite kinda games, it's always interesting to here from another persons perspective :]
I good mech game is always a good thing for gamers.
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