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Submitted by Espio1 28d ago | interview

Interview: How Nintendo's input improved Bayonetta 2

Platinum Games director Yusuke Hashimoto on collaboration and the future (Bayonetta 2, Wii U)

jcnba28  +   28d ago
So not only did Nintendo help fund the game but they also spent time with Platinum to improve the game. Kudos Nintendo, can't wait to pick this up.
randomass171  +   28d ago
Yup. Credit where credit is due. This game is definitely shaping up well, and the more I hear about it the more exciting it seems.
Venox2008  +   28d ago
Day one with retail first bayo as well
gamer7804  +   28d ago
very excited, i can confirm that bayonetta 2 was my deciding factor in purchasing a wiiu, granted its nice to have those nintendo franchises, but the exclusivity of this game pushed me over the edge to get one.
FinalomegaS  +   27d ago
is North America getting Disc of part one or is it DD?

had it on 360, was good but I have this funny bone telling me that this extra dev time and nintendo supervising will give it that extra polish.

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