Browse Categories
Browse by Manufacturer

Weekly Famitsu Vol. 1205

<< Previous in Magazines Next in Magazines >>

Price: $35.90
Ships same-day (M-F) if ordered before 4PM EST
Item Number: FMAG1205
Publisher: Enterbrain
Jan/UPC Code: 4910218860128
NCS Product Synopsis
Update: December 30, 2011

«©NCSX» The January 19, 2012 issue of Weekly Famitsu includes coverage of the following games and events in the Japanese marketplace:
» Famitsu reminisces about key events in 2011 including the launch of the Nintendo 3DS, the announcement of the Wii U, and the debut of the Playstation Vita.
» Previews for PSV Mobile Suit Gundam Seed Battle Destiny, PSV Persona 4 The Golden, PSV Unit 13, and PS3/X360 Dragon's Dogma.
» Reviews for PSV Dream Club Zero (8/8/7/8), PSV Disgaea 3 Return (8/8/8/8), PSV Asphalt Ignition (8/7/7/7), PSP Super Robot Taisen OG Saga Masou Kishin II Revelation of Evil God (8/8/7/8), 3DS Ace Combat 3D: Cross Rumble (9/8/7/8), 3DS Shinrei Camera: Tsuiteru Techou (9/9/8/9), 3DS The Adventures of Tintin: The Game (8/8/7/7).
» New Year greetings from developers and publishers are presented on pages 101-112 including a 'Code of Princess' greeting from Agatsuma, a Terry Bogard New Year from SNK, a grim Battlefield 3 greeting from Electronic Arts, Taiko no Tatsujin well wishes from Namco, and many more.
» Continuing coverage for PS3/X360 Final Fantasy XIII-2 with game tips, bestiary, maps, and more.
» Candy and crunchy snacks are featured in this week's PICK UP FOOD including Kit Kat, Canael Corn, Toppa, and Blendy Stick.
 Special bonuses in Famitsu Vol. 1205
» Preview DVD for PS3/X360 Binary Domain from Sega. Please note the DVD is Region-2 NTSC.  

» Complete Nintendo Catalog which spans 195-pages and checks out Nintendo's entire collection of games that were released from 1983 to 2011. The Famicom kicks things off on page 10 with Super Mario Bros followed by Mother on page 12. The rest of Nintendo's releases on the Famicom follow which include a screenshot, a short blurb in Japanese, and the date that it was released. The rest of the consoles and handhelds (along with their respective games) in order of release are as follows:

● Famicom Disk System
● Gameboy
● Gameboy Color (Original and color variations)
● Super Famicom (Original, Special Version with built-in television, and the mini)
● Nintendo Satellaview for Super Famicom
● Virtual Boy
● Nintendo 64 (Original, Color Variants, and Pokemon Renditions)
● Nintendo 64DD
● Gameboy Advance (Original, Color Variants, SP version, and Micro)
● Gamecube (Original, Color Variants, and Panasonic Q)
● Nintendo DS (Original, Color Variants, DS Lite, DSi, and DSi LL)
● Nintendo Wii (Original, Color Variants)
● Nintendo 3DS (Original, Color Variants)

   Photographs of the hardware and color variants are included for a comprehensive review of every video game console, handheld, and game software that Nintendo has released in their storied history. Larger images of the magazine.

This document is ©NCSX 2012. All rights reserved. No reproduction in whole or in part of this document may be made without express written consent of National Console Support, Inc.

Product Reviews

Rate This Product:
or Create a Review
(0 Ratings, 0 Reviews)
Shopping Cart
Your cart is empty.
Mailing Lists
There are no mailing lists at this time.