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A new Bayonetta 2 interview has come online over at CVG. The site spoke with director Yusuke Hashimoto, who talked about the decision to make a sequel, how Nintendo provided input, interest in continuing the series, and quite a bit more.

You can find CVG’s interview in full here. For notable excerpts, head past the break.

PlatinumGames put up a blog post today covering the Nintendo costumes in the first Bayonetta. Players will be able to try out Link, Samus, and Peach outfits.

One interesting tidbit concerns Hideki Kamiya’s involvement – the game’s original director. He “carefully checked” each one, and Kamiya was said to be “very particular about how each costume should look before passing approval.” Kamiya also requested using the original Power Suit for the Samus outfit.

You can check out the full blog post here.

Generally speaking, we shy away from posting classification listings unless they are of some significance. While the OFLC’s rating for Bayonetta 2 doesn’t bring anything new to the table, it does seem to be a sign that the game will be arriving sooner rather than later. We also learn that the game has earned a MA15+ rating – the same classification as its predecessor.

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Earlier today, Platinum tweeted the neat photo below. It’s a look at a movie-style poster used to show an early concept for The Wonderful 101.


During a presentation held at UCF’s Center for Emerging Media last week, PlatinumGames creative producer JP Kellams shared a few words pertaining to Bayonetta 2’s Wii U exclusivity.

Asked about the challenges in moving between publishers and platforms, Kellams said that the game “would not exist without Nintendo white knighting that project.” In the end, Platinum “really wanted to make Bayonetta 2,” and that’s what mattered most.

Without getting into some stuff that is both business and confidential, the simple question I’d like to ask you is, ‘Do you want to play Bayonetta 2?’ Bayonetta 2 would not exist without Nintendo white knighting that project. So while I totally understand that people want to play it on the platforms that they’ve played it on previously, we really wanted to make Bayonetta 2.

Bayonetta 2 director Yusuke Hashimoto posted a blog update about the game on PlatinumGames’ official blog, covering the new trailer (60 FPS version included), title, and gameplay mechanics. You can find it below or at the link here.

Hi, this is the director for Bayonetta 2, Yusuke Hashimoto. Hope everyone has been well.
Did you enjoy seeing Bayonetta in the latest Nintendo Direct? You can check out the newest trailer here:

Nintendo has narrowed down Bayonetta 2’s launch window for Japan. During today’s Nintendo Direct, a summer release was confirmed by the company.

The presentation also confirmed that Atsuko Tanaka will play the role of Bayonetta in the game. Tanaka will be providing voices for the character in Bayonetta: Bloody Fate.