The Wonderful 101 is a frustrating game, a confusing maelstrom of aliens and superheroes that seems to punish players for all the wrong reasons.
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?
Sales of The Wonderful 101 in Japan are not very wonderful. According to 4Gamer, Platinum Games' latest sold only a little over 5,000 copies on its first day out in Japan, not even making the top 20, one week later. The Wonderful 101 arrives in the US on the 15th of this month. Hopefully it will fare better there.
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…
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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.
I downloaded the demo for The Wonderful 101, and was surprised to find this message pop up telling me that I would only be allowed to run the demo 20 times. Now, of course I don't plan on playing a demo more than once or twice, as I'm sure most people don't. Which is why I find it so odd that Nintendo would put…
It's got it where it counts.
Here's more of Platinum's Wii U superhero game The Wonderful 101 in action. I don't know what the hell is going on half the time, but I do know that I'd very much like to play this game.
Forget Mario. Don't worry about Donkey Kong. There are two Wii U games that will shape the console's future, and neither stars one of Nintendo's big mascots.
Platinum Games' swarm-of-super-heroes action game The Wonderful 101 will launch on the Wii U on September 15. We've liked what we've played, so this is good news!
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.
Nestled in all the bombshells of this morning's Nintendo Direct was a nice looking new trailer for Platinum Games' strategy/action title The Wonderful 101—formerly Project P-100.
As with just about every other major console that has ever launched, promises and plans for the Wii U's first few months are thinning into the reality of a system plagued with a lack of early releases.