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The Wonderful 101 - Hideki Kamiya is thinking of a sequel

Despite commercial failure and performance issues, Hideki Kamiya would be willing to develop a sequel to The Wonderful 101. During a recent interview, the director of Platinum Games confessed that the idea of ​​...
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The Wonderful 101: Remastered - Review

Make yourself comfortable and let's talk a little bit about Kickstarter, would you like to? In 2013, the crowdfunding platform caused a sensation in the gaming sector after Keiji Inafune, a former Capcom employee, managed to obtain the necessary support ...
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The Wonderful 101: Remastered, physical edition postponed

The Platinum Games guys have been forced to announce the postponement of the retail edition of The Wonderful 101: Remastered. This postponement of the launch is valid for both the Nintendo Switch version and ...
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The Wonderful 101 Remastered, the Kickstarter campaign did not help finance the project

Hideki Kamiya, in a recent interview, said that the Kickstarter campaign for The Wonderful 101 was only supposed to attract fans' attention.
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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 ...

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 ...

The Wonderful 101's Remastered was funded in less than an hour

The Kickstarter campaign launched yesterday by Platinum Games for The Wonderful 101: Remastered is already a success. The sum necessary for the project has already been exceeded. Although there are still 31 days to go until the end of the campaign, the project has ...

Cyberpunk 2077 postponed to December 10

Yet another bad news for CD Projekt Red fans. With a now familiar image with a yellow background and black text posted on your ...

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