Masahiro Sakurai, creator of Kirby, Smash Bros. and Kid Icarus Uprising, decided to sneak into a particular game studio today in order to get a sneak peak at the studio's games ahead of E3.
The thought of Platinum characters in Smash Bros is incredibly exciting.
bayonetta in smash bros?!?! COUNT ME IN!
that will definitely make the game way more amazing.. wonder how they'll adapt the style though..
Masahiro san is probably there to buy some jewelry
Maybe he is looking at MGS Revengeance for Wii U or Bayonetta 2 Wii u
NOBODY makes action games like Platinum (now that Itagaki is focusing on a TPS instead). They're ten levels above everybody else. Let the little boys play their easy-ass God of War BS and the real players with our Platinum titles.
Whoa whoa whoa. God Of War not for real players? Theyre good, but Platinum Games aint ahead of GoW!
as a pure action/combo game GoW easily falls short of Bayonetta. Story and graphics it excels in and even some gameplay elements but the action in games like Bayonetta and DMC3 are way ahead.
I agree with Kur0, GoW3 was good but it did fall short compared to part 2. Bayonetta though took the cake and shoved it in the face of action. Love that game!
I assume you haven't even played the God of War games, let alone on their hardest difficulties. Back to your cave troll.
If it's anyone from a Platinum Games game, it will likely be Jack (MadWorld) since his game was on the Wii. Maybe Raiden if Revengeance is released on the WiiU.
bayonetta was the worst action game i played this gen dmc3/4 ninja gaiden 1/2 god of war 1/2/3 dantes inferno castlevania los each of those titles made bayonetta seem like it was made by a group of college kids in their first attempt, it was so floaty, so sloppy, the story was garbage, the controls felt loose, the character models were terrible , the enimies look idiotic i hated bayonetta! there i said it and it felt good.
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