Skyrim is the First Western Game to Take Home a Perfect Score from Famitsu

Japanese gaming magazine Famitsu has never graced a western video game with a perfect review score — until now.

According to an interview with GamersMint, Famitsu revealed that The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim has graced a 40/40 from the magazine, the first non-Japanese title ever to do so. That makes it a pretty good contender for Famitsu’s Game of the Year, which could give it another “first” record.

So there you go. Even Japan likes Skyrim. That makes everyone but this guy.

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1 Comment on Skyrim is the First Western Game to Take Home a Perfect Score from Famitsu

Luther

On November 29, 2011 at 12:56 pm

well if you compare all the pc games that have been out so far in 2011 then I would agree this game is better then all of them. I have enjoyed skyrim more so then any of the new titles i have picked up this year.

And with mods giving the game constant new life It’s worth every penny you spend for it.