All the teasing has led to the expected, Bayonetta is out on Steam right now.
Platinum and Kamiya apologize to fans after the cancellation of Scalebound.
Scalebound's cancellation is very troubling for a studio determined to live and die by its original IPs.
The development of Scalebound may be in trouble.
The NieR sequel has a release date!
Matsuno takes on his biggest project in a long time with a real-time tactics game for mobile platforms.
Freedom is Platinum's watchword as the studio deals with the harsh forces of independent game development.
Feeling wary of Scalebound? Keep NieR on your radar.
Platinum's Xbox One exclusive lands with a dull thud at E3 2016.
Platinum Games' newest work-for-hire project has its bright moments, but ultimately amounts to the video game equivalent of Little Caesars.
Platinum's Yusuke Hashimoto and Nintendo's Yugo Hayashi elaborate on their approach to Star Fox Zero.
Tatsuya Minami is no longer leading the studio, according to reports.
With this polarizing sequel, director Shinji Mikami brought newfound relevance to the property that made him a star—and paved the way for the future of action games.
We examine last year's triple-A games to see where they stand after twelve months.
... Or, at the very least, fill you in on Capcom's highly influential action game series.
Hasbro is bringing together various Transformers media for a three year tale.
Bob and Kat share their final thoughts on their Bayonetta 2 longplay. Plus: Find all six parts within.
More than just a sequel, this latest Platinum Games production could be the developer's finest work to date.
Platinum Games meets the Legend of Korra universe. Unfortunately, what you get is just Platinum Light.
The bullet-toting Umbra Witch is back and this time she's Wii U exclusive.
You can't play it for another week or so, so Mike gives you a look at Bayonetta 2.
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.
Hideki Kamiya doesn't hate sequels, he's just too busy bringing you new stuff.
You might not be able to play Bayonetta 2 on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, but Nintendo's help could lead to a better game.