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Video: The Wonderful 101: Remastered launches 19th May in North America and 22nd May in Europe

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Platinum Games have finally provided a concrete release date for The Wonderful 101: Remastered. Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and PC owners in North America can get their hands on the game on 19th May while those of us in Europe will get it on 22nd May. The press release states that The Wonderful 101: Remastered will support English and Japanese audio language options and English, Japanese, French, Italian, German, and Spanish text language options. It will be available at the following price points: $39.99 / €44.99 / £39.99 / AU$59.95.

About The Wonderful 101: Remastered

The Wonderful 101 was originally released for Nintendo Wii U in 2013. Platinum Games and director Hideki Kamiya announced the Kickstarter campaign to fund this multiplatform, remastered edition on February 3, 2020. Scheduled to run until March 6, the campaign has already received an enormous amount of support from fans, ensuring a general release for The Wonderful 101: Remastered to players all over the world.

A Message from Hideki Kamiya

Hello, everyone. Platinum Games Chief Game Designer Hideki Kamiya here.

About seven years ago, we released The Wonderful 101. I’ve moved up to become a member of the Platinum Games executive board, but back in those days, I didn’t think very much about the business end of things (okay, I’ll admit that maybe I still don’t). I devoted all of my attention to creating games that met my own personal standards. The Wonderful 101 was the sixth game I’d directed throughout my career. Unfortunately, I can’t say it was much of a success, from a business standpoint.

But I’ve also never thought of it as a failure. I didn’t back then, and I don’t today. That’s because, to a game creator, a game is only a failure if it disappoints the gamers who play it. From the start, The Wonderful 101 didn’t quite reach a large enough audience for me to clearly call it either way.

So regardless of how The Wonderful 101 fared in the marketplace the first time around, I’m considering this a chance to show it to the world again. I’m looking forward to seeing how it measures up.

The Wonderful 101 has gotten this miraculous second chance thanks to all of you who’ve told us you wanted to play it, as well as the passionate PG staff who worked on it with me. We’re delighted to see it return on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Steam.

This isn’t just a simple port, either. We’ve tuned the controls for each new platform and made several adjustments that should make it easier to grasp and play. On top of that, we’ve improved the image quality and frame rate to suit modern hardware. On the whole, I’d say The Wonderful 101: Remastered is the definitive edition of the game!

We’ve loaded The Wonderful 101: Remastered with as much Platinum spirit as we could. I sincerely hope you’ll all play it and let us know what you think!

—The Wonderful 101 Director Hideki Kamiya

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11 comments

    1. Most likely the actual work was done or mostly done. The kickstarter was probably to actually back pay for base porting (or at least partially) and al that’s left now it certification across pc( which is relatively quick) and consoles( which is a bit more arduous)

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      1. “Most likely the actual work was done or mostly done.”

        Which is pretty blatantly unethical as the inherent implication on kickstarter is that the project will not happen without crowdfunding. It is completely impossible for them not to have gotten whatever final funding they needed. With that fast of a turnaround on the money and a finished product, they could literally just walk into a bank.

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    2. because it was a total scamstarter just to secure more sales of the game via backing when the product was already finished, they took total advantage of their fans and this practice is so shitty and shouldn’t be supported

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