Platinum Games designer Hideki Kamiya has confessed to IGN that he would love to see the acclaimed studio become a second-party Nintendo developer. Kamiya admitted that it would be great to work more closely alongside Nintendo. In the same interview Kamiya told the publication that he would like to see the original Bayonetta come to the Wii U, but he says the decision ultimately rests with Nintendo.
Kamiya admitted he’d happily see the studio become a second-party Nintendo developer. When asked if he’d like to see the company officially join forces with Nintendo, he replied, “I would love that. It would be great to work more closely with Nintendo.”
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