Platinum's studio head Atsushi Inaba has said that the company isn't looking to be acquired at the moment and is instead focused on continuing to self-publish more titles.
Spencer, in an appearance on IGN Unlocked, briefly reflected on PlatinumGames' ambitious but ill-fated fantasy game, and put to rest any hopes of its return.
With news of The Wonderful 101's Kickstarter campaign, developer Platinum Games says it's up to Nintendo if Astral Chain goes multiplatform.
The rumor comes after news that Platinum is receiving funding from Tencent.
Amongst a litany of other projects in the works at Platinum, Scalebound is still one title that the company would love to finish.
PlatinumGames Studio Head Atsushi Inaba also discussed Astral Chain's "Synergetic Action" system and their relationship with Nintendo.
The fault for Scalebound's cancellation shouldn't solely be at Microsoft's feet, says Platinum Games studio head Atsushi Inaba.
Microsoft's Aaron Greenberg explains that gamers on Xbox One can expect more and more Japanese games coming in the future.
Xbox Division Head Phil Spencer gives his insight on why PlatinumGames was canceled; Would like Japanese developers to "come back home" to consoles.
One of the producers of PlatinumGames' now cancelled Scalebound departs from the developer in pursuit of new opportunities. "Platinum maintains its luster forever."
Microsoft's Xbox Division Head Phil Spencer apologized on Twitter for Scaleboun'd scancellation, also talking about Microsoft's first party game lineup.
Xbox Division Head Phil Spencer takes to Twitter to talk about Project Scorpio and defend the decision to cancel Scalebound.
Scalebound's Director Hideki Kamiya provided a comment on the cancellation of the game, promising to work hard never to let his fans down again, an denying rumors alleging that he had to take a break due to health issues.
Following the announcement by Microsoft Game Studios of the cancellation of Scalebound for Xbox One and PC, PlatinumGames published an official statement today by President and CEO Kenichi Sato.
Yet Spencer believes that the "result is better for Xbox Gamers" and pledges focus on the 2017 lineup.
Scalebound’s Cancellation Is a Loss for All of Us: Please Forget Your Console War at Least for Today
Today is a sad day for gaming. Microsoft has officially announced the cancellation of Scalebound, a triple-A action RPG directed by PlatinumGames' Hideki Kamiya as a collaboration between the prolific Kyoto-based developer and Microsoft Game Studios.
Action RPG Scalebound was supposed to be a dream collaboration between Hideki Kamiya's PlatinumGames and Microsoft Game Studios, but It won't see the light.
Today Titan Games announced via press release a partnership with PlatinumGames and Microsoft Studios to publish a comic series and a lore book dedicated to Scalebound.
During a behind-closed-doors presentation at Gamescom, PlatinumGames' Hideki Kamiya and J.P. Kellams explained how dragons work in the upcoming Scalebound, revealing the Dragon Link feature and more.