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Platinum Games, new announcement arriving next week

Platinum Games has stated that a new announcement will be made in the new Famitsu issue, which will probably concern an unpublished title.
Bayonetta and Vanquish

Bayonetta and Vanquish, launch trailer on PlayStation4 and Xbox One

In conjunction with the launch of the Bayonetta and Vanquis bundle on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, SEGA has released the latest trailer dedicated to the titles. Details were also released regarding the collection edition, physical ...
The Wonderful 101 wonder Red

The Wonderful 101 may receive a sequel

The Wonderful 101 on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and PC is now reality. After the excellent kickstarter campaign, Platinum Games plans on the brand seem to be remarkable. Reportedly during an interview, ...

Hideki Kamiya: "The Wonderful 101: Remastered will have an optimized interface"

After the remarkable result obtained by the Kickstarter campaign, the director Hideki Kamiya returns to talk about The Wonderful 101: Remastered. What improvements can we expect from this project? The leader of the Platinum Games project has ...

Platinum Games would like to bring the Bayonetta series to other platforms as well

In the past few hours, in an interview with IGN Japan, Atsushi Inaba, producer for Platinum Games, has revealed that the studio would like to bring the Bayonetta saga to a wider audience, releasing the titles of the ...

PlatinumGames is about to release a Wonder Red statue

If you have already launched your wallet in the direction of The Wonderful 101 remaster on Kickstarter and you want to combine something else, maybe the Wonder Red statue released by Platinum Games could ...

Platinum Games will also evaluate crowdfunding in the future

Atsushi Inaba and Platinum Games continue to be the center of attention. After The Wonderful 101 case and the statements regarding Astral Chain and Scalebound, the Producer also comments on the possibility of ...

Scalebound, Platinum Games would like to end it

After the statements made regarding Astral Chain, Platinum Games returns to talk about another of his projects: Scalebound. Atsushi Inaba is unleashed today. Questioned by the microphones of Eurogamer, the Japanese Producer ...

Street Fighter V: Capcom fixes the netcode

The Street Fighter V netcode is often the subject of heated criticism from players towards Capcom, even going so far as to develop true and ...

Borderlands, Eli Roth will be the director of the film

Rumors about the film adaptation of Borderlands have been circulating for almost a year, a project that Gearbox has not yet talked about much, excluding sporadic ...

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