Platinum 4

Spread the love  0    Tweet    A 60-second trailer for The Wonderful 101: Remastered released Wednesday, giving players a quick introduction — or reintroduction — to the game’s core cast, the Unite Morph abilities, and the game’s highly creative, albeit outright insane, boss battles. PlatinumGames’ unique action title is coming to the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Steam
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Spread the love       Tweet    It looks like PlatinumGames’ next announcement is incoming. The Platinum 4 site has been updated to now display the date “04.01” (Wednesday, April 1) beneath the final star to be lit…please don’t let it be an April Fool’s joke. In all seriousness, next week will likely bring the final announcement to round
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Spread the love       Tweet    PlatinumGames published on their official site an interview with the staff working on the in-house engine the studio has been developing, the tentatively titled Platinum Engine. The interview reveals what kind of objectives and necessities pushed forward the creation of this engine. We summarized everything below. In the interview, we learned how
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Spread the love       Tweet    The past few years have seen PlatinumGames grow exponentially, coming off several acclaimed and commercially-successful titles like NieR: Automata and Astral Chain, along with a recent investment from Tencent for future development. Specifically, the company has its eyes on increasing its self-publishing efforts, with the “Platinum 4” initiative highlighting some of the biggest
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Spread the love       Tweet    It looks like PlatinumGames is set to pull another ace from its sleeve. Via Ryokutya2089’s magazine leaks, the studio has a “major announcement” that will be made soon through the Weekly Famitsu Magazine releasing on February 27 in Japan (officially titled Weekly Famitsu Magazine March 12, 2020 Issue). What this announcement might
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Spread the love       Tweet    PlatinumGames is having a pretty good year so far. In fact, the past couple of years have been good for the emergent Japanese studio. They’ve published multiple critically acclaimed titles: Bayonetta, Astral Chain, and NeiR Automata all come to mind. So why are there rumors of Microsoft passing over the company last year in their search
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