Japan’s top game magazine Famitsu has given Sega’s hack-and-slash action game Bayonetta a perfect 40 out of 40, a first for a game available on 360.  The magazine’s rating system tallies scores from four different editors who score a game between one and ten, making a perfect 40 a rarity.  In reporting the story, Kotaku points out that of the twelve games that scored perfectly with Famitsu since 1998, six have come in the last two years.

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