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Info from the latest issue of Famitsu and Degenki

Taken from NEOGAF: http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?t=351980

*Of interest to me is the Star Ocean 4 review, which cites the game's length of 50 hours ^_^

Review Scores

[NDS] Machi no Pet-Ya-San DS 2: Wannyan 333-Hiki Daishuugou! 2 5766
[NDS] The World of Golden Eggs: Nori Nori Uta Dekichatte Kei 8666
[NDS] SimAnimals 7777
[NDS] Shining Force Feather 8888
[NDS] Lock's Quest 8788
[NDS] Saru Saru DS 7878
[NDS] Simple DS Series Vol. 46: The Hikyou Tankentai: Choutoko Special 6555
[NDS] Chou Gekijoban Keroro Gunsou: Gekishin Dragon Warriors de Arimasu! 8788
[PSP] Idolmaster SP 7888

[Wii] SimAnimals 6766
[PS2] Shinjuku no Ookami 4743
[PS2] Sacred Blaze 8878
[360] Star Ocean 4: The Last Hope 9988
- Play time about 50 hours
[360] Shooting Love, 200X 8777
[360] DoDonPachi Daioujou Black Label Extra 8766
[PS3/360] Sonic World Adventure 9997

Degenki's Review
[PS3] Street Fighter IV 90 90 95 90
[PS2] Shinjuku no Ookami 70 70 70 60
[PS2] Sacred Blaze 85 75 85 65
[PSP] Tenchu 4 90 80 70 75
[PSP] Idolmaster SP 85 85 80 90

New Title/Info

Baseball DS (Tentative title) - Summer

3D Picross DS - March 12 - 3800 Yen

Fate/unlimited codes PORTABLE PSP - June
- Additional Costume
- ad hoc communication

Sengoku Basara Heroes PSP
- Main Theme song by abingdon boys school - Sub Theme song OLIVIA
- A cooperative mode to team up and fight against a boss

Shin Sangoku Musou: Multi Raid PSP
- Demo up on February 17th official site PSN
- 260 MB (Official link)

Resistence PSP
- Demo up on February 19th (Official Link)

Yuusha 30 PSP
- Toshihiko Takamizawa from "The Alfee" will be participating in the music production
- May 28 2009

Monter Hunter G Wii
- 4 pages feature, talks about network mode

Oboro Muramasa Wii
- 6 page, boss introduction

Yakuza 3 PS3
- 4 page, introduce 5th chapter

PURE PS3/360
- Summer release
- June

Star Ocean 4 360
- Shows off new character & new info for Collection

Kensax Wii
- IGN page for details

Biohazard 5 PS3/360
- BSAA members intro

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