Alongside its latest update, The Wonderful 101 Remastered also has a free demo out now that lets you recruit Bayonetta to your team.
PlatinumGames’ 100-hero action game gets its much deserved second chance.
Physical copies of the game are now set to release on June 30 in the US and July 3 in Europe. Codes will begin going out to Kickstarter backers who opted for a digital version on May 7.
PlatinumGames released a 60-second trailer to get fans reacquainted with The Wonderful Ones.
In the home stretch of its crowdfunding campaign, The Wonderful 101: Remastered reached the stretch goal to fund "Luka's Second Mission."
Project G.G. by PlatinumGames and Hideki Kamiya is the final part of the Hero Trilogy following Viewtiful Joe and The Wonderful 101.
With Wonderful 101 Remastered succeeding on Kickstarter, could we see other studios following it? Here are 9 games that could benefit.
Fans in Boston will get to test out the new version of Platinum's cult classic less than a month after the launch of its very successful Kickstarter.
PlatinumGames has also revealed "Luka's Second Mission" as The Wonderful 101: Remastered's $2-million stretch goal.
With the Kickstarter campaign a success, PlatinumGames' Hideki Kamiya offered a look into The Wonderful 101's original pitch.
With news of The Wonderful 101's Kickstarter campaign, developer Platinum Games says it's up to Nintendo if Astral Chain goes multiplatform.
Switch, Steam, and PS4 remasters of The Wonderful 101 are on the way after PlatinumGames' Kickstarter reached its first three stretch goals within hours.
A new photo featuring Hideki Kamiya is once again either a tease or a playful joke at The Wonderful 101 returning to the Nintendo Switch.
PlatinumGames's Hideki Kamiya and Atsushi Inaba tease a top-secret game, talk about the possibility of porting The Wonderful 101 to the Switch, and more.
In a series of illustrations featuring characters from The Wonderful 101 and Bayonetta, Platinum Games seems to be teasing potential Switch ports.
PlatinumGames announced that the original soundtrack for their Wii U exclusive The Wonderful 101 will be taken down from all online retailers by December 31.
Normally games don't receive new trailers two and a half year after their release, but PlatinumGames isn't your usual developer, and Hideki Kamiya's The Wonderful 101 isn't exactly a game that you'd consider "normal" either.
Hideki Kamiya Would Like to Make a Hack and Slash Spin-off of The Wonderful 101 With Realistic Graphics
The Wonderful 101 has been on the shelves for a little while now, and Director Hideki Kamiya is already thinking ahead and throwing around ideas for possible future games.