The Bayonetta creator credits Nier: Automata director for saving PlatinumGames.
New art from official channels hints at potential new titles.
Scalebound is dead, but the memories will last a lifetime.
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DIGITAL GEMS: Now that Bayonetta's on PC for the first time, Caty's using the opportunity to write about her favorite gun boot-strapped witch.
All the teasing has led to the expected, Bayonetta is out on Steam right now.
When the mysterious countdown ends on April 11th, we'll know what's next in store for Bayonetta. (Probably a PC release.)
Scalebound's cancellation is very troubling for a studio determined to live and die by its original IPs.
There are many good reasons why someone might want to play a game in Easy Mode, and none of them impact you.
Freedom is Platinum's watchword as the studio deals with the harsh forces of independent game development.
The announcement of Bayonetta, Corrin, and Cloud Strife bring the last of Nintendo's deep cuts for the gaming literate.
We examine last year's triple-A games to see where they stand after twelve months.
More than just a sequel, this latest Platinum Games production could be the developer's finest work to date.
From Devil May Cry to The Wonderful 101, Platinum Games' mastermind has always focused on making his audience feel as stylish as his outlandish heroes.
Platinum's pack-in is a welcome anomaly in the Age of the Remaster.
One of the most readily apparent ways in which Western and Eastern games differ is the matter of musical soundtracks. We take a look at how they differ, and some favorite examples of music from Japanese games.
Since Bayonetta 2's headed to Wii U, some fans quite rightly think that its predecessor should come to Nintendo's console too.