Another update to the ‘PlatinumGames 4’ webpage.
It is indeed a doozy.
And that’s no joke.
Seems to corroborate a previous report.
“Better visuals with less effort.”
“We failed,” said JP Kellams.
The original goal was $50,000.
PlatinumGames Wants to Delve into Non-Action Games in the Future, ‘Maybe it’s a Racing Game, or Maybe it’s Something Else’
“No, we choose what kind of games we want to make.”
This explains why the game’s release date is so soon.
It will be “a doozy.”
Project G.G. “probably” won’t set in Japan.
Platinum doesn’t want to turn down projects due to a small team.
This is a “re-establishment” year for PlatinumGames.
Launching digitally and physically.
Nature’s revenge or the wrath of the Gods?
It will launch across all currently available platforms.
For the week ending February 22, 2020.
The news will go live in next week’s Famitsu magazine.
Bayonetta and Vanquish are still great, but the remaster doesn’t do much beyond making them prettier and smoother.
PlatinumGames Says Fans’ Support Can Help the Company Reinvent Itself and Release More Original Games
Money is important, but fans are more important.
It doesn’t mean PlatinumGames can actually do it, though.