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|Original Name||ファミ通WaveDVD 2009年04月号|
|Release Date||Feb 27, 2009|
|Average rating:||Too few reviews (min 3 reviews required)|
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i was fortunate to purchase this issue through Play asia auction and the copy offered is totally brand new at a much lower price than cover price. Very satisfied and will look out for more auction deals.
great content and great presentation!!
One of greatest Japanese magazines.
This is my first Famitsu mag and I must say it is very entertaining as well as well made; DVD is also very special, print is very fantastic.
(If you´re a MGS/ZOE fan, this is a very special collector´s piece.)
Amazing content content!!!
Famitsu Wave DVD [August 2009] is work great
Famitsu Wave DVD [September 2009] is book work
Somewhat baffling to me as my Japanese isn't fantastic but interesting none the less.
The bonus DVD is very charming
Very nice for anyone to collect this if you're a Bayonetta fan! :)
A great number of Famitsu magazine, especially for collectors of metal gear, excellent comes with your DVD. very good price:)
This has quite length of MGS Peacewalker game for PSP (also considered best MGS on PSP imo.) Best buy for MGS for PSP fans.
Great value & a must buy for Bayonetta fans.
Great information on TGS 2010 and includes trailers from all upcoming games!
Very informative issue on Final Fantasy XIV! I'm very fond of the DVD.
The DVD itself is worth the purchase! I really enjoyed the feature on AKB48.
great number of famitsu, recomended to fan metal gear
- Great value, coupled with a great DVD.
- Great magazine featuring great articles.
- Language in Japanese?
Missed an issue of Famitsu Wave DVD? Play-Asia has them in stock at great prices! For June 2010, Famitsu Wave unleashes mega coverage on the sequel of the year, Super Street Fighter IV! BTW, in case you are still wondering, Ayana Tsubaki is a tarp, LOL! You have been warned!
the dvd comes in a nice case and all but it's region-locked just in case you try to play it on your ps3, it won't work.
The real value content would be the DVD accompany with magazine feature update on video games in Japan!
great book and DVD
I was expecting more trailers / reviews for this game. But still, it contains other good games trailers on the TGS such as MSG:PW. Great stuff!
The magazine is back on 2 dvd bonus, but still not as good as before, because less game trailers included. The reason I bought this magazine because they put unique japan game trailer that rarely come to us region. With soon to come Nintendo 3ds, I hope more trailers are included on next editions.
December 2010 comes with 2 DVDs. Extra TGS 2010 games footage is on Disc 2. While Disc 1 covers Read Dead Redemption. Hopefully next issues will be back on 2 DVDs format.
Why not great? because it still retain 1 DVD inclusion instead 2 like they used to be. The main article of April 2010 issue is Metal Gear Peace Walker (as seen on its cover). No extra game trailers.
Great mag and the DVD's are always fun, If anything the mag is rather always short pages.
I'm a huge fan of Bayonetta, and I practically have to buy anything with her on the cover :P So this item was great, because I haven't seen it anywhere else, and it comes with the magazine plus a dvd with 2 dvd discs (one with Bayo and one with Jeanne on the covers) and some info on the game but it's in Japanese, so I've not read it yet :P
Still, a very very nice item for its price and an awesome collectible.
and works on the Japanese DVD player .
If you are fan Monster hunter series you must have this "Famitsu Wave DVD [September 2009]" because DVD screen is paint Monster Hunter ( ฺscreen beautiful ) and in DVD have introduce MH3 ,too.
This issue is great!!!
It is more a picture book because it can moving and hear from DVD . It butter than other book ,you can see more picture only. I like it .
I like it even I don't understand japanese.
Sadly March 2010 edition only includes 1 DVD instead the usual 2 discs. Everything gets compacted. I hope recession in Japan won't affect game industry much.
To me, just replace the strip idol gaming with cool game trailers, I think lots of game still on the list. Also hopefully Famitsu Cross Review back with the old format, where they review 10 games instead of just top 5.
The highlights are Bio Hazard (Resident Evil) 5: Alternate Edition, SOCOM Fire Team Bravo gameplay, Super Mario BROS on Wii, and Final Fantasy XIII mini strategy guide.
Unlike previous issues, there are not much of good content in February 2010, or should I say it could have been better.
- Demo of multiplayer mode on Metal Gear Peace Walker (PSP). This coverage doesn't include any story element hints of next Metal Gear game. Such a shame, I expect more from Famitsu Wave as they did on MGS 4 coverage.
- Demo of multiplayer on Super Mario on Wii
- Monster Hunter 3 championship.
- Assassin's Creed 2 trailers.
- End of Eternity/Resonance of Fate (US) for PS3 coverage, make me can't wait for the game
This magazine still presents useful info of upcoming games in Japan. Hopefully more of them make it to west shore.
Highlights of January 2010 issue:
- Sneak peak and interview about Final Fantasy XIII.
- Continued coverage of TGS 2009 and some games clips
- Yarikome Stadium presents Biohazard 5 tips and trick to achieve S rank
- Tips and Tricks of Bayonetta's bosses fight to get S rank
- Famitsu Wave Express presents discussion about PSP Go and its comparation to PSP 3000
- Monster Hunter 3 championship
- The unboxing and initial setup of Xbox 360 machine
- Socialization of NERF products in office work (this kind of hilarious :) )
and many more....
The great things on this issue are:
- Famitsu team trying multiplayer of Lost Planet 2, where they hunt gigantic inhabitant. The game is so great, make me want to have it right away, although the hunting theme is more like Monster Hunter :)
- Trailers of TGS 2009 !!! My Favorite of this issue. What's more entertaining for me who never get to Japan, probably ever :D Hopefully most of the games get their non Japan release.
I love Famitsu and their coverage for big named titles like Final Fantasy XIII. There are four pages dedicated to FFXIII in this issue (Nov 2009) and a cool TGS trailer. Also article and notable gameplay trailer for MGS Peace Walker for the PSP and some for FFXIV.
Each month the guys from Famitsu bring us excellent coverage through the DVD that comes with this mag. The mag itself is rather thing, but there is usually around 2 hours or more of coverage on the 2 DVDs that come with it filled with the latest trailers, interview for the featured game, game challenges, strategies, and all other sorts of quirky and funny things that they do each month. Obviously it's all in japanese, but you still get a good idea of what is going on. Definitely worth it!
It's funny, whenever I buy Famitsu Wave DVD it's always near Monster Hunter promo or release, and so is this time. Monster Hunter (MH) seems always become hype in japanese, and so it is when MH G is released. This time the coverage convinced me to buy MH Freedom Unite to taste new monster collection.
I hope one day Enterbrain will subtitle their DVDs, so we all can understand the articles better.
Very informative magazine, especially the metal gear games coverage.
Famitsu hasn't let me down in the last 2 years of buying them, and coming to the end of another year of Famitsu, it's still comical Japanese gaming goodness. Even if you can't understand the language, this is spot on.
Buy it, watch it, enjoy it! Pure Japanese gaming on 2 DVDs and a glossy magazine full of info... handy if you can read Japanese.
I found this DVD as a nice collector's item. But is your hoping to find new info on lost odyssey dont hold your breath.
Yanagi and Hirei get electric shocked in this issue. They're mad. One day these dudes are going to kill themselves. Ha ha. Brilliant issue.
Famitsu and the Japanese defiantely love their Final Fantasy. There's more proof of that here in this issue.
Brilliant Monster Hunter feature and loads of fun features with real people, not just game clips.
Brilliant as ever, and still better than any mags I buy in the UK. I wish these guys would make Famitsu UK.
Great dvd magazine!!
Loads of exclusive footage from the Famitsu crew. Ozma gets funnier everytime. I still wish they'd make magazines like this in the UK... but we all know the British aint got the gaming class that the Japanese have got... unless you're me. :)
The usual brilliance from the Famitsu team, and Ozma hasn't done too well this month with gaming. He beats everyone usually, but must have had a bit of dirt on his glasses?
As usual, entertaining. Yanagi and Hirai are on two sections and Ozma is ruling the whole DVD these days. Never been a better time to get Famitsu Wave DVD.
This is great. Laugh and Game is excellent, back to the old standards. Yanagi plays Fatal rame (Project Zero) in the dark and gets more than he bargained for. Plus, the crazy gamers have a big match of Winning Eleven with Ozma. This edition is safe.
This is the E3 special, with 2 discs full of fun. Best edition so far this year. You HAVE to get this one.
The last couple of montyhs haven't been that good, but this one gets back on to par. Laugh & Game had the Nintendo DS dating segment, and the Crazy Blokes are funny testing out wacky gaming gadgets. This girl who does interviews usually annoys me, but she was a laugh on this DVD. Lots of good Japanese info, love it.
The magazine is the usual 40 page quality. The DVD now has more footage. Instead of the 16 segments, this issue has 19. Really funny material from Yanagi and Hirai on Laugh & Game, and Strip Sumo is hilarious. Blind Folded Super Mario Brothers... GET THIS!!! Better than ever.
This aint the best Famitsu Wave DVD magazine released. The magazine is the usual top quality, and the DVD is fun and full of Japanese gaming spirit. It's worth top marks, but there's been better DVDs on Famitsu than this one. If you're a regular buyer of it though, you wont regret purchasing it.
They called it FINAL Fantasy, and yet there's been like 14 or 15 different games. If you like FF games, then this is a definate.
Featured on this excellent mag, Rumble Roses, Gran Turismo 4, Magna Carta, Run Like Hell, Biohazard Outbreak 2... Resident Evil to most people.
This is the first ever issue of Famitsu I bought, and I haven't looked back since. Once you buy the mag, neither will you. Look, it's cheap, cheerful, and Japanese, what more could you ask for?
Twin Snakes, Final Fantasy 12, Devil May Cry 3, Rumble Roses, Pikmin 2, you have them all on the DVD, along with all the other usual features. Brilliant as always. I suggest everyone grab Famitsu Wave DVD while they can, ASAP, you're all missing out, I'm telling you, BUY IT!
I'm not a fan of Final Fantasy at all, so it's ideal if you are. DVD footage of FF12, along with the usual comedy stuff from the Famitsu crew. Also features Ninja Gaiden and Onimusha 3.
More fun with the Famitsu DVD crew. Monster Hunter is played again in Laugh & Game, and they torment a poor girl by forcing her to strip after losing a game of Tennis. Really funny, and top class material as usual.
If it's Winning Eleven 8 (Pro Evo 4), game clips, Ninja Gaiden, or just the fun of the Japanese gamer, it's all here. The Jan '05 edition is one of my favourites yet out of the 10 Famitsu Wave magazines I've bought. I recommend that if you can't get this, then start buying the magazine from now on, while stocks last.
I'd say I'm an avid reader of Famitsu Wave, but I can hardly speak any Japanese, let alone read it. I get it for the DVD more than anything, but the quality of the magazine is always excellent. Now all I have to do is learn Japanese.
The DVD is great though. In the March '04 issue. There's loads of reviews and the norm game stuff, but the highlight for me is the Famitsu team playing games. In this issue, they play Winning Eleven 7 (Pro Evo 3 if you like) in a 2 on 2 battle. Then they all team up for a 4 player game. It's a laugh a minute.
There's loads on this DVD, so if you haven't got it yet, I'd recommend this one, especially if you like seeing gamers doing battle. The Japanese really know how to do it.
I'm an avid Famitsu Wave DVD fan, and this is value for money. The December '04 issue has two DVDs. One is the usual great content, while the second is a 2 hour long special on the Tokyo Game Show.
As always, the Famitsu crew have done it again, with challenges, and many game features. Yet another great Japanese feat which we in the UK aren't lucky enough to get. Yes, we get magazines, but then again, there's game magazines and then there's Famitsu. Class stuff!
It has alot of great content! And seeing Biohazard 4 makes me think about the story line!!!
Great Quallity trailers on great Capcom titles like Resident Evil 4 and Killer 7, just to name a few!
It is worth getting just to see Resident Evil 4 (BioHazard 4) in action! Much better quallity then the kind you would find off the internet! Plus, great if you have surround sound. Every fan will die just watching BioHazard 4 (Resident Evil 4) in action!
Famitsu Wave DVD [April 2009]
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