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.
Today, Microsoft released a batch of new screenshots of the upcoming Scalebound, that will be released next year for Xbox One and Windows 10.
PlatinumGames Director Hideki Kamiya was asked during an interview if he would like to work on Bayonetta 3 once Scalebound releases on Xbox One and Windows 10 in 2017.
During Twitch's E3 live coverage, Scalebound Director Hideki Kamiya and Creative Producer Jean-Pierre Kellams shared more information about Scalebound, coming to Xbox One and Windows 10 in early 2017.
During Microsoft's E3 live coverage, Scalebound Director Hideki Kamiya gave more details on the upcoming action-RPG for Xbox One and Windows 10.
After the showcase of the first co-op gameplay of PlatinumGames' Scalebound, Microsoft sent in a press kit with new screenshots and a fact sheet.
Today Microsoft had Platinum Games' Hideki Kamiya and J.P. Kellams on stage at its E3 press conference, showing off Scalebound's co-op gameplay.
Today Xbox Live Director of Programming Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb showcased on Periscope some of the goodies that will be gifted to fans that will show up at FanFest in Los Angeles.
Scalebound Aims to Merge the Best of Action and Action RPG; PlatimumGames Explains its Design Philosophy
At GDC 2016 PlatinumGames Executive Director Atsushi Inaba hosted a panel in which he illustrated the studio's design philosophy for action games.
During a fan meeting on March 27th, PlatinumGames opened the doors of its development floor, and prepared a VR experience for the occasion, based on its upcoming Xbox One game Scalebound.
Recently, PlatinumGames held a 10th anniversary event during which it allowed fans into its offices, showcasing the work done on the company's development floor.
Phil Spencer Saddened by Fable Legends’ Cancellation; Talks Scalebound, Sea of Thieves and Much More
Xbox Division Head Phil Spencer loves to keep an open channel of communication with the fans on Twitter, and today he went on one of his usual Tweeting sprees, focusing primarily on the cancellation of Fable Legends
Platinum Games -- the studio behind Bayonetta, MadWorld, Metal Gear Rising, the upcoming Scalebound and more -- celebrates their tenth anniversary on their official blog with a short but heartfelt message for everyone:
Hideki Kamiya's Scalebound is definitely an interesting game, and it pleased many when it was showcased at Gamescom and at Tokyo's Xbox One fanfest.
Scalebound’s Hideki Kamiya and J.P. Kellams Explain Meaning of the Name, Differences with Bayonetta and More
Today Scalebound Creative Director Hideki Kamiya was on Crackdown's Extra Life livestream alongside Executive Producer Atsushi Inaba and Creative Producer Jean-Pierre Kellams, and they talked quite a bit about Scalebound, their work at PlatinumGames and more.
PlatinumGames' Scalebound is definitely one of the most interesting games scheduled for 2016, but we still don't know very much about it.
The Xbox One has faced an uphill battle in Japan since its launch slightly over a year ago, but Microsoft has never given up on the archipelago of the rising sun.
There are quite a few games that have dragons, but normally you either fight them o control them. Scalebound is different, as the player doesn't control the dragon directly, and Thuban has a mind of his own,
PlatinumGames' Scalebound is definitely one of the most intresting, if not the most intriguing game in the upcoming Xbox One line-up, but how did the partnership between the developer from Osaka and Microsoft come to be?