IGN Video - Katamari Damacy REROLL Review

The beloved roll-em-up game returns with fully updated graphics, completely recreated cutscenes and in full HD!

Famitsu review scores - Dec. 11th, 2018

A decent round of recently-released games in this week's issue of Famitsu. Which one tickles your fancy the most?

Battle Princess Madelyn (PS4, Switch) – 7/7/8/7 [29/40]
Sid Meier’s Civilization VI (Switch) – 8/7/9/7 [31/40]
Slime-san: Superslime Edition (PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – 8/7/8/7 [30/40]
Super Neptunia RPG (PS4) 8/8/7/7 [30/40]

Famitsu - review scores for Dec. 4th, 2018

I really thought this week's issue of Famitsu was going to include a Smash Bros. Ultimate review, but I guess we'll have to wait until next week for that.

Daedalus: The Awakening of Golden Jazz (PS4, Switch) – 8/8/8/7 [31/40]
Destruction (Switch) – 7/6/6/6 [25/40]
Fight of Gods (Switch) – 8/8/8/8 [32/40]
Peach Ball: Senran Kagura (Switch) – 8/8/8/7 [31/40]

Famitsu review scores - Nov. 27th, 2018

Where's that Smash Bros. Ultimate review, Famitsu!? That's the one we're all waiting for! I guess we'll have to hold out until next week.

Castle of Heart (Switch) – 7/7/7/8 [29/40]
Little Friends: Dogs & Cats (Switch) – 8/7/7/7 [29/40]
Marenian Tavern Story: Patty and the Hungry God (PS4, Switch) – 7/7/7/7 [28/40]
Planet Alpha (PS4, Switch) – 7/7/7/8 [29/40]
Save me Mr Tako: Tasukete Tako-San (Switch) – 7/8/8/7 [30/40]
WILL: A Wonderful World (PS4, Switch) – 8/8/9/9 [34/40]

The Legend Of Zelda Encyclopedia: Deluxe Edition - video review

A comprehensive collection of enemies and items, potions to poes, an expansion of the lore touched upon in Hyrule Historia, concept art, screencaps, maps, main characters and how they relate, languages, and much, much more, including an exclusive interview with Series Producer, Eiji Aonuma! This, the last of The Goddess Collection trilogy, which includes Hyrule Historia and Art & Artifacts, is a treasure trove of explanations and information about every aspect of The Legend of Zelda universe!

Pokemon: Let's Go - Full details from Famitsu's review

We already shared Famitsu's review of Pokemon: Let's Go, but that was just the overall score given. Now we have the actual blurbs from each reviewer, which you can find below.

1st reviewer: Although this is based on Pokémon Yellow which was released in 1998, everything is getting reworked which leaves a good impression. With a huge improvement on controls and presentations, it’s good that you can taste both nostalgia and freshness at the same time. The motion to capture Pokémon by swinging the Joy-Con just like throwing a Poké Ball is also fun, and having two players play at the same time with a single software is also great. The linkage with Pokémon GO and the support with Poké Ball Plus are also nice. 9

2nd reviewer: Having wild Pokémon appear as symbol encounters without any battles is a bold [choice of] system, but you can casually taste the fun of catching and collecting [Pokémon], and being able to progress quickly is also good. For people who have played past series games, it doesn’t mean they can have an all-fresh experience, but the gameplay of swinging Joy-Con or Poké Ball Plus will make you feel more like a [Pokémon] trainer. The speciality sense of your partner Pokémon, which always stays on your side and can even be put clothes on, is also the best.. 9

3rd reviewer: The re-interpretation which matches with the era and the Nintendo Switch is great, and this game will firmly catch the hearts of not only first-timers but also those who still remember the nostalgia. The system, which can be enjoyed with family during tea time, fits well with the nature of the game which is great. The very natural linkage with Pokémon GO is also well tempered. As you go adventuring, the bonds with your Pokémon strengthen little by little; the presentations that can make you feel that are lovely and come firmly.. 10

4th reviewer: The existences of the Pokémon have been refined to be cuter and more brilliant; every kind of presentation that let you feel that real close to you is the main highlight. You’ll need some degrees of tricks and familiarity on the controls with Joy-Con or Poké Ball Plus in order to get Pokémon, but your mind easily return to childhood. The point where it’s being made so that it can be enjoyed by two generations of parent and child even outside two-player mode is unique to this series which already has a history of its own. “Unknown existences” such as new Pokémon now have better accents. 9

Famitsu - review scores for Nov. 20th, 2018

Persona Q2 is the one gamers are looking forward to in the coming week, and according to Famitsu's review score, it seems like the wait has been worth it.

Adventures of Bertram Fiddle: Episode 1: A Dreadly Business (Switch) – 7/7/8/7 [29/40]
Billion Road (Switch) – 8/8/8/8 [32/40]
I Am The Hero (Switch) – 8/7/7/7 [29/40]
Hand of Fate 2 (Switch) – 8/8/7/7 [30/40]
Kamen Rider: Climax Scramble (Switch) – 7/7/7/7 [28/40]
Lapis x Labyrinth (PS4, Switch) – 8/8/8/7 [31/40]
Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth (3DS) – 9/9/8/9 [35/40]

Famitsu - review scores for Nov. 14th, 2018

I'm thinking between the two Switch review scores in this week's Famitsu, people might be paying attention to one more than the other. Just by a little bit...

Black Bird (Switch) – 8/8/8/8 [32/40]
Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! / Let’s Go, Eevee! (Switch) – 9/9/10/9 [37/40]

Famitsu - review scores for Nov. 6th, 2018

A bit of a mixed bag with Switch review scores this week, with The Midnight Sanctuary coming out above all the others. Any of these tickled your fancy?

Gesshizu: Gajigaji Nakama wo Sodateyou (Switch) – 7/7/7/7 [28/40]
Jettomero: Hero of the Universe (Switch) – 6/7/7/7 [27/40]
The Midnight Sanctuary (PS4, Switch) – 8/8/7/7 [30/40]
Timberman VS (Switch) – 6/7/7/7 [27/40]