Famitsu Wave DVD [March 2004]

Famitsu Wave DVD [March 2004]

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  • Famitsu Wave Magazine
  • Japan's No.1 selling video game magazine
  • Check out all the latest game news every month
  • Includes a DVD disc featuring latest game footage


The Famitsu Wave is Japan's No.1 selling video game magazine. It features all the latest video game news and pictures from Japan's upcoming video games.

Each magazine includes a DVD disc with video game footage. The DVD disc is NTSC Region 2 encoded.

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Original Name  ファミ通WaveDVD 2004年3月号
Genre Magazine
Version  Japan
PAX-Code PAX0000077078
Item Code  1107819030989


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Tonyous (88) on 23, Dec. 2004 04:25 (HKT)
Famitsu Wave DVD [March 2004]
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.
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