Speaking of Bayonetta maker Platinum Games, the developer hooked up with IGN during Comic-Con this weekend to show off the first gameplay from the recently-announced Legend of Korra video game game. This I like.
The video, found via TAY contributor UI 2.0, shows Korra using all the elements at her disposal (all the elements) to take on various evil doers hellbent on doing evil. The moves on display are quite varied and a joy to watch.
The game begins with Korra's powers being blocked by a mysterious enemy, with the player slowly regaining her gifts in the first play through, which is estimated at about four hours. The second play through gives Korra all the unlocked powers at the beginning, and the third brings it all together for the ultimate Avatar challenge.
A bit short, but fret not — the game also features a Pro-bending mode, allowing players to participate in the spectator sport introduced in the show's first season.
The Legend of Korra is a downloadable title, due out this fall on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PC.