Entries in 'famitsu' (35)
Esteemed Japanese weekly games magazine Famitsu has awarded Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto V an esteemed 40/40 review rating.
Capcom’s Resident Evil 6 has been awarded a near-perfect 39/40 from weekly Japanese games bible Famitsu.
It has only been out a week, but already New Super Mario Bros 2 is one of the 3DS' biggest selling video games.
EXCLUSIVE: During the first half of 2012, Japan’s overall video game market was valued at ¥193.40 billion, up 0.7 percent over the same period last year, based on a 9.4 ...
Ahead of its UK release on March 23rd, Kid Icarus: Uprising has received high praise from Japan’s weekly games mag Famitsu.
PlayStation's new portable console has been out in Japan for a few days now, and the first numbers are in.
Bethesda’s Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim has become the first game developed in the West to receive a perfect 40/40 score from weekly Japanese consumer games mag Famitsu.
The latest Legend of Zelda title has been award 40/40 by Japanese gaming bible Famitsu.
Weekly Japanese games magazine Famitsu has gone live with its reviews of the 3DS software line-up ahead of the machine's global debut in the territory on February 26th.
The world's three biggest retail markets for video games saw a combined decline of eight per cent in sales last year according to a new report.
Very much in keeping with Japan’s penchant for RPGs, Square Enix’s Dragon Quest IX has emerged as the best selling game of 2009 in the country with sales over 4m ...
Sega is ramping up its PR for the critically acclaimed Bayonetta with a demo, which will hit Xbox Live Marketplace and PSN in Europe and America on December 3rd.
Having wowed critics in Japan and winning a noteworthy 40/40 review from weekly Japanese games bible Famitsu, Bayonetta has now made its mark on this side of the globe thanks ...
Western games may increasingly be making inroads into the Japanese market, but the struggle to penetrate the notoriously inwards-looking region remains – so FIFA 10’s appearance in the Japanese Top ...
UK testing and localisation firm Babel has formed a partnership with Japan’s market intelligence company Enterbrain – publisher of Famitsu magazine.