Platinum Games' new Xbox One exclusive game, Scalebound, has dragons and dragon riding. For creator Hideki Kamiya, it's a bit of a dream come true.
Okay, let's be clear. The guy is happy with the character design. And the character's pose. And the outfit. But there are a couple things that are ticking Bayonetta creator Hideki Kamiya off.
Platinum Games' Hideki Kamiya took to the E3 stage today to present their new Xbox One-exclusive game, Scalebound. There were dragons and dragon-riding which, looking at the title, isn't all that surprising.
2013 was a great year for gaming. After what was accomplished this year, let's see what Japanese game developers hope to do in 2014.
He brought us many memorable games like Devil May Cry and Bayonetta, but Hideki Kamiya doesn't usually do sequels (though he did work on sequels before, including Viewtiful Joe 2). That's not to say he doesn't want to; he just has a greater calling.
I couldn't help myself from blurting out "Nice shoes!" when Hideki Kamiya stood up to shake my hand. Look at them. Is it any wonder why I had to give them props?
If you follow Hideki Kamiya on Twitter, you might expect him to be an excitable, fast-talking conversationalist in person. He's pretty much the opposite. In fact, when he sat down for an interview at PAX last week, the man responsible for beloved action games Devil May Cry, Viewtiful Joe and Bayonetta barely even…
Platinum Games' Hideki Kamiya has a new video game out. It's not getting perfect scores or perfect reviews. Yeah, like he cares. Here's one of video game's most expressive game designers brushing off criticism as only he can.
It's got it where it counts.
Via Twitter, a fan asked chronic Twitter user Hideki Kamiya if Bayonetta 2 were a hit, would he think about developing Bayonetta 3. Kamiya, who when not using Twitter makes Bayonetta, replied ambiguously, "I hope so." On many Japanese and Western sites, that then turned into "Kamiya hopes for Bayonetta 3". After seeing
Outspoken game director Hideki Kamiya's Tweet about prioritizing fun over game length have stirred enough of a response to provoke a follow-up from his long-time producer.
Cold rain drizzles outside. Inside, everything is pink, round, and frilly. The first floor of this otaku (geek) retailer is plastered with release info for new PC games—adult PC games. A young clerk in glasses near the 18-and-up section taps away on a computer, probably checking inventory. I approach, excusing myself…
Game developer Hideki Kamiya of Platinum Games and recent Bayonetta fame will field just about any question on Twitter, whether he's well-versed on a topic or not. Something he knows a ton about? Devil May Cry games. Kamiya was the director on the original Devil May Cry back in 2001 and a very good authority on what…
Atsushi Inaba, a producer at Platinum Games, denied today that his studio is working on the next big Metal Gear, despite some whispers to the contrary.
Having made a start last year then seemingly forgetting all about it, Bayonetta creator Hideki Kamiya has dusted off the next-gen brawler and will be once again providing weekly videos where he plays through the game while telling you all about it.
In game after game, comic book after comic book, manga after manga, there they are: characters with glasses. And Japan is totally gaga for them.
Hideki Kamiya has designed a handful of games like Viewtiful Joe, Okami and Bayonetta. In Bayonetta, the heroine sports a body suit made from her own hair. Kamiya, however, is short on hair. He's bald!