New info has revealed what frame-rate Bayonetta will maintain on the Wii U. The first game is being bundled in with the second game when it launches this October.
Some of the best games Sega has ever made aren't available on PC (even though many of them are). Nevertheless, the games that Sega has yet to release on the Glorious PC platform are being petitioned by more than 10,000 gamers to appear as digital ports.
It's yet another week that could be hard on the wallet of folks who like to buy their games digital as the PlayStation Network gears up to receive a whole slew of titles both new and old, including Bayonetta, a trio of Hitman games and the PlayStation 2 classic, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City.
With THQ dissolved and Vigil Games closing the doors to the studio, there could be some hope for the former folks of the popular Darksiders series. Platinum Games' executive director Atsushi Inaba has commented about potentially picking up the license to the Darksiders IP, if they could grab it for cheap. I would certainly vote with an emphatic “Yes!” to that news.
Sega announced today that multiplayer beat 'em up Anarchy Reigns pre-order customers will receive a special "Day One" Edition of the game. This edition will unlock Bayonetta as a playable character.
Platinum Games is probably best known for their console-centric action titles. The company really carved out a niche for themselves with well-regarded action titles like Vanquish, Madworld and Bayonetta, and while they're currently hard at work on Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, Platinum Games' head honcho really wants to do some cool stuff on PC.
Bayonetta was a niche action game for core fans. It middled out at close to 2 million unit sales globally, but wasn't enough to warrant the continuation of the franchise. Well, Nintendo decided to pick up the publishing rights of the second game as a Wii U exclusive and fans went off the chain utilizing explosive rage to condemn both Nintendo and Platinum Games.
Nintendo has landed another hardcore exclusive for the Wii U. Today the company announced that their upcoming console will be the sole platform for Bayonetta's sequel.
Fans of the 2009 third-person action game Bayonetta may never see a sequel. A new report suggests that Sega has scuttled Bayonetta 2 as part of their wider cost-cutting initiative.
Hideki, known for games such as Resident Evil, Devil May Cry and Bayonetta has taken to Twitter to express his thoughts about the situation, and basically without realizing it he reaffirms what everyone thought he was saying about Street Fighter X Tekken.
Sega has yet to announce a sequel to third-person action game Bayonetta. The game's designer, Hideki Kamiya, is hinting that one might be on the way, though.
As if today wasn't a busy enough day in gaming news, here's the January 2010 NPD report. In a completely expected turn of events, New Super Mario Bros. Wii and the Wii were the best-selling game and console, respectively.
Here's a weekend treat for you PS3 owners. The long-awaited patch for Bayonetta has been released to PSN.
Bayonetta does only one thing well - combo-based combat - but it happens to do it really, really well. Hand-to-hand fights are beautiful, fast-paced, challenging, and in the end very rewarding if you're patient enough to learn the ropes.
The official launch trailer has surfaced for this saucy vixen in her first outing, which is receiving rave reviews across the gaming publication spectrum.