White Knight Chronicles gets 29/40 in Famitsu

By Patrick Garratt, Wednesday, 17 December 2008 07:45 GMT

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Famitsu’s given up a meagre 29/40 score for White Knight Chronicles, as relayed by NeoGAF.

The review summary through there doesn’t make it sound like the most thrilling thing in the world. Apparently is has patch-worthy chat issues and is “the same” a every other Level-5 RPG in that “sadness befalls the land”.

Still. It looks pretty. The Level-5 RPG releases in Japan on Christmas Day. No date for the West as yet.

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