In Japan, a situation linked to the review of Death Stranding appeared in Famitsu
In Japan, a case related to the review of Death Stranding showed up in Famitsu, which gave an ideal score with the sound 40/40, which is a 10/10 attributed by each editor on the game, of the publication.
The case began with the discovery of the existence of Hirokazu Hamamura, previous editor-in-chief and also now head of state of the editor of the Enterbrain publication, as a prepper and also of the mascot Necky the Fox.
Basically, Hamamura says in the video game to Sam Porter Bridges that it will soon be presented in the “Hall of Fame”, that is the online room in which all the Famitsu excellent ratings are fit.
Death Stranding, Famitsu situation: vote 10 decided before the launch?
Beyond the speech, if it were appropriate or not to show up in the title, the fans are questioning if the examination of 40/40 was chosen also prior to the launch of Death Stranding since this line of dialogue was composed before the release.
Basically, certainly, an instance that could make us believe poor, which probably would have suggested more vigilance in the choice to have a member of journalism appear in the unique PS4.
In over 30 years, only 26 games have been introduced in this hall of popularity, including The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Soul Calibur, New Super Mario Bros.
Wii, as well as Skyrim.