Weekly Famitsu Review Scores

This week’s Weekly Famitsu review scores included What The Golf? winning the battle of the golf games, scoring higher than Golf With Your Friends!

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Weekly Famitsu Review Scores

This week’s Weekly Famitsu review scores included Niffelheim with 28/40, Slayin 2 with 30/40, and Lonely Mountains: Downhill with 33/40. Check out the full list of review scores below…

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Weekly Famitsu Review Scores

This week’s Weekly Famitsu review scores included the beat ’em up Streets of Rage 4 scoring an impressive 34/40, with two reviewers scoring it an 8 and the other two a 9. Check out the full list of review scores below…

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons Review

1st reviewer: The scenery, furniture, and dwellers have all become beautiful, so you can fully enjoy a high-quality life where you feel the island’s atmosphere; everyday feels like being in a resort. It is worth trying to fill an empty island little by little with DIY. If you place furniture outdoors they can be broadly used with a sense of freedom that feels good. The “Nook Mileage” can also work as a guide, and the rewards are also very useful. I’m surprised that the museum is so large like a totally different dimension, but this keeps making me filled with the desire to collect things. 9

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons Scores 38/40

This week’s review scores inside Weekly Famitsu magazine (Issue No.1632) include Animal Crossing: New Horizons with an impressive 38/40. This is the third highest Switch review score after The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild with 40/40 and Super Mario Odyssey with 39/40, and is the same score as both Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and Pokémon Sword & Shield. Other Switch games reviewed included Balthazar’s Dream with 25/40 and Redeemer: Enhanced Edition with 29/40. Check out the full list of review scores here and look out for the full translated review on Japanese Nintendo later this week. Pre-order Animal Crossing: New Horizons here and use the code JPNINTENDO for 5% off. [Thanks, SWITCH速報]

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Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers Review

1st reviewer: The story of finding case mysteries and the sensation of walking through dungeons while solving tricks both feel like the original Persona 5. I thought it was going to be a simple Musou-like title, so I got a shock. The story – where you can experience having a unison of heart with members of the Phantom Thieves reunited after a long time – is done great, and an adventure far away from the urban centre is also good. The battles – which drop features like “Persona Summon” well – are also fun on a max level. 9

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Yo-kai Watch 4++ Review

1st reviewer: YW4 had a hype story with the series all-stars including the movie and anime; The Busters multiplayer gets added here, which makes it a game where you can fully enjoy the real “Yo-kai Watch” world. In multiplayer you can fight by possessing other characters in the map; it brings over the fun factor unique to this game both strategy and control wise which is great. I’m also glad they have an upgrade support from YW4. If I had to speak out my desire, I wanted to play YW4++ from the beginning half a year ago. 9

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