Bayonetta director Hideki Kamiya has confirmed via Twitter that, along with Platinum Games, Nintendo staff members are a part of Bayonetta 2’s development team. When asked if Nintendo producers are working on the sequel, Kamiya replied with a mere, albeit straightforward ‘Yup.’

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    • it was actually really bad on the ps3 lol. like they ported it from the 360 to the ps3, and it was god awful on ps3, but ran nice and smooth on the 360. this is one of the reasons why im glad that it’s an exclusive to a certain system, i would rather have an exclusive, rather than a crappy port. *cough* gta iv *cough*

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    • Don’t know about this game, but one game I would like to see a reference in is the Wii U version of Aliens: Colonial Marines. The Metroid series was heavily inspired by the Alien films (Nintendo themselves have admitted this) and I think it would be cool if it came full circle so to speak and an Alien game had a reference to Metroid. Doesn’t have to be big, maybe a glitchy computer displaying the title screen of Super Metroid or something.

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  1. In my opinion ,Starfox command was terrible, i’d rather Platinum work on A new Starfox more like Starfox 64 but more fast-paced and with more customization options.

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    • They could draw inspiration from Rogue Squadron 2. More varied missions, yet still try and keep the pace high. It’s too bad that Factor 5 went under, otherwise I’d say they were the perfect team for a Star Fox game. Ni doubt that Platinum can do a good job though.

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  2. Nintendo is really going full tilt with the Wii U. They want to ensure the success of the 3rd part games coming to the Wii U. Adding their devs to the remakes of Ninja Gaiden 3 etc. This is nothing but good news. Leave luck to heaven.

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  3. The people who bitched about Bayonetta 2 being an exclusive are going to have a FIELD DAY with this news…

    … We must leave the planet at dawn..

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    • LOL! Probably. Nintendo knows that Bayonetta isn’t “there games” to mess around with.(well technically it is :P) Nintendo is just going to help fund the process and provide some insight in the development process. Its like Super Smash and Namco-Bandai only in reverse!

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  4. After playing the first game on ps3 I just think that Nintendo will just throw in a weapon or two from their most known games, maybe links sword/ Ike’s sword or a gun fr starfox/metroid….

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  5. Everyone that is complaining about Bayonetta 2 being Wii U exclusive you should be happy that you even got a sequal because without Nintendo’s help you wouldn’t of got one at all.

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  6. Interesting. Perhaps we will see a Bayonetta reference in the next Super Smash Bros. Wouldn’t be crazy if they had Miyamoto help with this game? Only this time he wouldn’t keep things light-hearted and make the game packed with frantic action, blood, and gore. Haha that would be sick!

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  7. We should be glad this Beautiful Japanese game is Coming to U.S. Shores in General. I hate it when they Cencor & change so much of the game when they localize it for the U.S. or just don’t Localize it at all. There are so many good games that are only available in Japan, More people need to open they’re eyes and realize how great a lot of these games are even if they do have a different art style and a whackier sense of humor, we should be Welcoming the Added Variety and Not Shunning them because they’re different. Well, we can only hope……..Leave Luck To Heaven (;

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  8. Having Nintendo devs on board probably means the team will be able to harness more power out of the Wii U thanks to the Ninty staff. This game is gonna rock!

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