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The Wonderful 101: Remastered

With just 33 hours left to go, the Kickstarter campaign for The Wonderful 101: Remastered has hit another milestone: $2 million of funding. With that, another stretch goal has been unlocked – “Luka’s Second Mission”. This means that the 2D sidescrolling spin-off game that was unlocked at the $1.5 million mark will be expanded.

Next up are orchestral re-recordings of “The Won-Stoppable Wonderful 100” and “Tables Turn”, which will be unlocked should the campaign reach $2.25 million.

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PlatinumGames has shared a new interview with The Wonderful 101’s lead environmental artist Yasutaka Maeki. Below, Maeki discusses his work on the game, challenges involved with making art for the game, and more.

Thanks to a GameStop listing, we now have a look at the boxart for The Wonderful 101: Remastered. Get a look at the packaging image above.

You can pre-order The Wonderful 101: Remastered on GameStop here. It launches on May 19 for $39.99.

More footage of The Wonderful 101: Remastered is in, this time in direct-feed. View 15 minutes of gameplay in the video below.

The Wonderful 101: Remastered is playable on Switch at PAX East 2020 this week, and some off-screen footage has emerged from the demo. Check it out below.

With a bit over a week to go, the Kickstarter campaign for The Wonderful 101: Remastered has reached another one of its stretch goals: with the campaign surpassing $1.75 million in funding, the game will now receive a remix soundtrack featuring “a special guest”. 

Another soundtrack-related stretch goal has been added to the campaign: should a total of $2.25 million be reached, two of the game’s most iconic tracks, “The Won-Stoppable Wonderful 100” and “Tables Turn” will be re-recorded with a full orchestra. The next stretch goal, however, is Luka’s Second Mission at $2 million.

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The Wonderful 101: Remastered has received a release date. The game will launch on May 19 in North America and May 22 in Europe, PlatinumGames has announced.

Here’s a message from director Hideki Kamiya: