first i thought of getting a wiiu only for this one game but now i got second thaughts....no....no way im gonna support this attitude and urge other developers to follow platinum....and yes i know that they were out of funds and nintendo funded this ip to keep it alive...but still i cant support them in this move...if this is the way to run ip,s then why didnt double fine games followed the same and bashed fans of brutal legend by going exclusive with sony/msoft/nintendo???
This is just a TIMED exclusive it will b on ps3 and 360 at a later date. so Nenten havent brought anything new to the table.
I'll wait for the PS4 and the Xbox One It's Like Ninja Gaiden 3 Razor's Edge WiiU and now look its on the ps3 and xbox 360.
I like that new look of Bayonetta. I also find that the transition to boss fights and the books/illustration flyovers are incredibly stylish and smooth (like the first game).
I really hope they justify this game well enough, gameplay wise, as a Wii U exclusive. I don't see why a game like this needs to be restricted to one console system.
There you go, bring me more games like this onto Wii U, and you just might have my attention to buy one =|
This just made me want to crank up the original on my ps3 and actually finish it. Long load times and all.
@devilsportal I wasn't able to make any sense from your post, but how many other publishers are ignoring WiiU? Should I not then buy a PS/XB? If you want to blame someone blame Sega, they were the ones cancelling it and Nintendo reviving it. In fact you should support Nintendo for this move of saving a great IP, instead of being ungrateful about it.
@morocheuk The company was broke, and Nintendo funded the game for them. That's why it's on the WiiU. It's not the company's choice.
@Blanka13 then give it sme tablets to make it better.....lol "sick" grow up and use big boy words
@registeredpunk @devilsportal all im trying to say is wether it saved the ip or not wether it is good or not i just cant support these kind of moves for saving ips and i gave an excelent example that if this is the way to run ips then why dont others follow........like double fine.......brutal legend is an excellent ip got tons of potential but still double fine didnt moved in a direction that would possibly alienate existing audience.....