Tag: platinum games

Jul 02 2013

The Wonderful 101 for Wii U

Rarely has there been a Wii U game trailer that’s been able to excite people without the appearance of one of the iconic nintendo superstars. This game however, titled “The Wonderful 101”, has got Nintendo fans all hyped up. Developed by PlatinumGames, this game instantly reminds me of Viewtiful Joe, with flashy character personalities and …

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Apr 25 2013

Don’t Forget…Metal Gear Rising’s Jet Stream Sam DLC!!!

So if you haven’t heard about it, new DLC has been released for Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance. And what better way to play thru the game again than to play as one of the most challenging bosses of the game. That’s right; this time you get to play through the story of Jet Stream Sam. …

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Mar 28 2013

Dante vs. Bayonetta: The Witch Dances with the Devil Epilogue

EPILOGUE “Honey, I’m home!” Enzo enters his home with a bottle of wine in his hand. Closing the door, he calls for his wife again. No answer came, not even from his children who normally run up and greet him like playful puppies. He wonders where they are. Setting the wine bottle on the end …

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Mar 19 2013

Dante vs. Bayonetta: The Witch Dances with the Devil Chapter 33

The light fades. Bayonetta opens her eyes. She looks left then right and then scans across the nearly destroyed town. She grips her guns tightly as her muscles tense. Bayonetta takes a cautionary stance. The attack could come from anywhere. Her eyes trace the area again. It is deathly silent. Suddenly she hears something at …

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Mar 12 2013

Dante vs. Bayonetta: The Witch Dances with the Devil Chapter 32

In the middle of the town, a second large glyph appears drawing Dante’s attention. He turns in time to see hair like treading shoot from within the glyph and form into what appears to be a spider’s web. Then he sees a large form marching through the portal. It is a gigantic black spider with …

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Mar 01 2013

Dante vs. Bayonetta: The Witch Dances with the Devil Chapter 31

Bayonetta lets loose with gunfire. Dante mixes dodging with swordplay to keep from being riddled with holes. Feeling that she has distracted him enough, Bayonetta goes through another series of stances, shorter than before. “A GRAA ORS,” she calls out just as she strikes the last pose. Again, her hair-sewn outfit vanishes from her body. …

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Feb 22 2013

Dante vs. Bayonetta: The Witch Dances with the Devil Chapter 30

She takes the empty stick out of her mouth. Her wounds are healed but her strength hasn’t fully recovered. Those attacks from Dante in his devil state were more damaging than she thought. Bayonetta muses over the empty lollipop stick a bit before blithely tossing it away. “Daydreaming are we?” Dante says with sarcasm. “Not …

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Feb 15 2013

Dante vs. Bayonetta: The Witch Dances with the Devil Chapter 29

The Umbra Witch stands limply. Her battle with Dante is beginning to take a toll on her. She had no foreseen him having this kind of strength. It is the first time anyone has succeeded in causing her injury. The cuts in her clothes and skin emphasize this fact. However, she is not ready to …

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Feb 08 2013

Dante vs. Bayonetta: The Witch Dances with the Devil Chapter 28

Devil Dante draws Rebellion back and attacks from a different angle. At the moment of contact, he switches hands and whips out another fast strike. He does it again and again and again. Rebellion is feather-light in his grip as he has the massive blade howls through the air for another go at Bayonetta. Each …

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Jan 26 2013

Dante vs. Bayonetta: The Witch Dances with the Devil Chapter 26

Bayonetta sees the car she had just thrown heading straight at her. She doesn’t why or how Dante was able to send it back without her knowledge, but she appreciates his cunning. With a grin, she braces herself and catches the vehicle. The force generated cracks the asphalt around her feet. Nevertheless, the Umbra Witch’s …

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