There are gamers, and then there are people who pick apart every single mechanic of game to bend it to their will. That's what we're seeing in the clip above, with a player who demolishes a Lynel in no time flat, and with some insanely amazing moves. This person knows their Breath of the Wild!
Specter Knight combines direct, but contextual, offense and mobility. Fast movement speed allows you to pursue your target and keep them under pressure. Keep your scythe at the ready to cut in at every opportunity.
Plague Knight is a technical, high mobility character. He’s at his strongest when constantly on the move, so make sure you don’t get caught flat-footed. His attacks are relentless, but try not to be too predictable! Mix up your moves and your movement to keep enemies guessing about your next frantic attack.
Believe it or not, the original Bayonetta is now 10 years old! PlatinumGames isn't celebrating the occasion in style with a special piece of art from character designer Mari Shimazaki, but that's not all. Check out all the excitement below, including comment from Hideki Kamiya!
October 29th, 2019 marks the 10th anniversary of the release of Bayonetta in Japan! In celebration, we’re marking the coming year as “Bayonetta: Year Ten.” We at PlatinumGames like to share our joy at reaching milestones like these with our fans, and to that end we’re kicking off a Twitter and Instagram submission campaign!
In this campaign we’ll be offering one-of-a-kind prizes, such as special T-shirts featuring the design at the top of this page by Bayonetta series character designer Mari Shimazaki. We look forward to seeing a lot of submissions!
Details on how to participate can be seen here. Now please enjoy the following message to the fans from Bayonetta series director Hideki Kamiya!
Ten Years of Bayonetta! A Message from Hideki Kamiya
Sincerest thanks to all of you who’ve supported Bayonetta over the last ten years. Today is a momentous occasion for me, and it’s all because of your tremendous love.
Bayonetta was my very first title here at PlatinumGames, and I went into it with a lofty goal – to make the best action game I possibly could. I poured my all into the game with that feeling firmly in mind.
Now, ten years later, as I look back on those development days, I see peaks and valleys, good times and bad. But our staff pulled together through it all and, working as one, I think we managed to pull off something truly miraculous.
To everyone who’s been involved with the Bayonetta series, and to all of the Bayonetta fans who’ve helped us get here: Thank you from the bottom of my heart.
I hope you’ll follow Bayonetta’s adventures, and continue to love and support her for years to come.
Today we're happy to announce the first Exclusive PVC statue from our The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild PVC Statue line of collectibles.
Estimated Release Date - Q4 2019
Pre-orders for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild - Zelda 10" PVC Statue EXCLUSIVE Edition is only available until December 6th 2019.
*You must come back to the website on Validation Day, log into your account and VALIDATE your order to confirm your Signature edition.
The package includes the following:-
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Zelda 10" PVC Painted statue
Premium Deluxe Box exclusive to First 4 Figures
Sheikah Slate with LED function
Base with LED function
If there's an RCMADIAX title you want to get your hands on, you better scoop it up now. The company has announced that every single one of their Wii U and 3DS games are set to be removed from the 3DS and Wii U eShop come March 2020. Titles released for those platforms in Japan in conjunction with COSEN will remain available.
The independent video game developer Flying Carpets Games today launch a Kickstarter caimpagn for a card game based on the video game The Girl and the Robot. The Girl and the Robot was previously released on Steam, PS4 and Wii U.
The Girl and the Robot - The Card Game is a startegic card game where you plan strategies with your ally, deceive your opponents and play cards at key moments to avoid death by the demon.
Take on the role of the girl and the robot as you battle the evil queen in this game inspired by concepts from Russian roulette and classic shedding card games.
There are fans of games, and then there are super fans. Without a doubt, Mason Drumm is a super fan, as he spent 65 hours over the course of 6 weeks creating this absolutely gorgeous topographical map from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. If you'd like to see more pics of the map in general, as well as a complete rundown of how it was made, you can check out a dev blog here.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild's in-game map is absolutely massive, and now it has an equally-large real life map to go along with it! Japanese Twitter user itika89 shared a pic of this hand-made map, which was drawn out by their mother. The map is jam-packed with everything a Breath of the Wild fan could want, including every enemy, boss, shrine, and item!
Reddit user Boba1980 is a huge fan of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, as well as LEGO. He combined two of his hobbies together to recreate Link's house from Breath of the Wild in LEGO form, and the results are fantastic. You can check out some more pics of the build below!