Following a previous delay, a new release date has finally been decided for PlatinumGames shoot 'em up Sol Cresta. Read on for more.
Remember when PlatinumGames announced plans to reveal the Sol Cresta release date during a live stream on January 7? Yeah, that didn't happen, but we won't have to wait too much longer to finally find out when to expect the shoot 'em up. Read on for more.
Following an entire apology stream from PlatinumGames over the delay of shoot 'em up Sol Cresta, a new release date is looming. Read on for the latest.
If you had a feeling the November 2 Sol Cresta stream—titled Sol Cresta: Hideki Kamiya's Very Sorry Stream—would include the announcement of a delay, you nailed it. Read on for the latest.
Why is PlatinumGames's chief game designer Hideki Kamiya "very sorry"? We're going to have to wait until tomorrow to find out, because that's when Platinum will debut a special Sol Cresta stream titled “Sol Cresta: Hideki Kamiya’s Very Sorry Stream."
It's been a hot minute since we've had news on the next Bayonetta game, but the latest Nintendo Direct decided to close up on the first trailer for the game, showing the witch tearing up Tokyo as she fights dragon-like creatures in Shibuya sporting an adorable new twin-braids hairstyle. Be enchanted after the jump!
It's been quite a while since we heard anything substantial about Bayonetta 3. Thankfully, it sounds like that's going to change this year. Read on for more.
Animal Crossing's museum director, Blathers, definitely isn't shy when it comes to what he loves and hates about his job. Similarly, PlatinumGames director Hideki Kamiya (Bayonetta, The Wonderful 101) isn't shy when it comes to his own thoughts on Blathers. Read on for more.
Ever since PlatinumGames teased a slew of announcements, we've been waiting to see what new projects we can look forward to. A big one was revealed today with the announcement of Project G.G., an "all-new, all-original" project from PlatinumGames that has director Hideki Kamiya concluding his superhero trilogy. Read on for more.
After rumors of a port of Wii U game, The Wonderful 101, swirled around the internet the other day, game developer PlatinumGames teased fans by coyly tweeted out a link to a new – very secretive – website with the hashtag #Platinum4. We take a dive into what it might mean after the jump!