Nintendo is kicking off the month of February with more DLC for Super Smash Bros on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS.
Amid concerns about availability, Nintendo has assuaged fears with news of Bayonetta 2’s re-release.
Following an announcement of the titular heroine arriving in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U as DLC, Nintendo appears to be ceasing retail production of Bayonetta 2.
Platinum Games’ Bayonetta 2 released earlier this year to much critical acclaim. In fact, it is a contender for our own game of the year award. Just months after this release, Bayonetta 2’s producer, Akiko Kuroda, mentioned that the team has already moved on to their next project.
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In Japan, the Wii U exclusive Bayonetta 2 isn’t blasting off of game shelves after selling under 40,000 copies after one week.
Moments ago, Nintendo concluded its Nintendo Direct revolving around Bayonetta 2. There is a slew of information about the game that we sifted through just for you!
Speaking with CVG, Bayonetta 2 director, Yusuke Hashimoto, has recently said that he wishes that there will be more Bayonetta in the future. “I personally also wanted to create a second game as well. It’s because these expectations for a sequel matched that this game came about.
Bayonetta 2 is no stranger to E3 — in fact we’ve seen the infamous witch at the past two Nintendo conferences. However, Platinum Games managed to throw us some surprise announcements.
The video game industry owes a lot to Nintendo. People often point out how the former toy company single-handedly brought this entertainment medium back after the horrific crash, and went on to innovate and reinvigorate in a new generation of their own making — but that was then. Nowadays Nintendo is too hung up on … Continue reading 7 EXCLUSIVE GAMES NINTENDO DIDN’T DESERVE