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Bayonetta 2~

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Madama-Bayonetta Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2013
What are your thoughts about it, what do you think will happen in Bayonetta's next journey and share your rants about it being a Wii U exclusive.
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kmwright Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2013
Wow, he seriously hasn't came here yet.
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DeannaRetha Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2013
I can't imagine what it'd be about - Bayonetta (as much as I enjoy the game) has never had a very clear, strong story - but I think going to the Wii U was a bad idea. Nintendo has always been behind the other consoles (and PC) in terms of design and graphics. For Bayonetta, aesthetics really are incredibly important, and I can't see it being as good on the Wii as it could be on other systems.
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DJ0Hybrid Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Except it will be on the WiiU, not the Wii. And the studio didn't have much of a choice since Nintendo was the only company willing to fund the project. We also still haven't seen the other consoles' specs and how developers are going to work with them.
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DeannaRetha Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2013
The Wii U doesn't look much different graphic-wise. Besides, as I said, Nintendo's games have always been a step behind everyone else's.
When they were still in 2D, Playstation was in 3D. When the 64 was in 3D, the PS2 and Xbox were in 3D...but with better graphics. When the Wii got graphics the quality of PS2 and Xbox, the PS3 and Xbox 360 were STILL better. I'm highly doubting Nintendo can surpass the other two.

The only thing it MAY have over the other two is the motion-sensing might be better. I don't know because I don't play those types of games, but as far as quality of graphics, Nintendo's always been behind.
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Vicsor-S3 Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You are comparing a console of one gen with one of the next. In actuality, the SNES was ahead of the Sega Mega Drive, the Nintendo 64 was ahead of the PlayStation (although it had lesser cartridge space) and the GameCube was superior to the PlayStation 2 and only slightly inferior to the Xbox.

The Wii is the first time in a very long time when Nintendo had the graphically inferior console (it was also superior to the PS2 and the Xbox btw).
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DeannaRetha Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2013
Okay, fine. I was incorrect about the early consoles.
The WiiU still doesn't look any different than the Wii, nor any better than the PS3 and Xbox 360, so once the next Playstation and Xbox consoles are on the market, I don't doubt they'll be superior.

I was appalled at how poor the graphics of the Dead Space and Prince of Persia games on the Wii were (since they're the only Wii games I bothered playing since all the other games look awful and I couldn't be bothered).
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SuperLeon Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2013  Student General Artist
graphics can't really go much farther from here they'll only be slightly better
looks depend on how well thye game devs do it and what engine they use
and like i said they'll probably only be a little better and just have a
new look and added features. i just want to play some good games
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DeannaRetha Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2013
Graphics can improve, I'm sure. We can't imagine it because we already see what we have. I'm sure before the PS3 and Xbox, people thought the same thing.

Point is, Nintendo's been at the end of the line for a few years now. Not only have their graphics been sub-par (they're only achieving HD now?), but their gameplay (including the controller itself) is far too gimmicky. The 3DS is basically just another DS because most critics and gamers agree the 3D is crap and gives more headaches than it adds to gameplay. Now the Wii-U has brought in a tablet-tv hybrid? They seem to be selling the type of gameplay over the game, and even the quality of Nintendo-exclusive games haven't been up to par as the other systems. How many games are even Nintendo exclusive anymore? Anything they own (so Mario, Pokemon and Zelda), and a couple others. And anything that's typically not Nintendo exclusive doesn't even make it to the Nintendo systems. Yeah, the Wii-U is getting a few now (Assassin's Creed, Batman, Mass Effect and the Walking Dead to name a few) but overall? I could be wrong, but I doubt even the Wii-U can compete with the current PlayStation and Xbox systems - in terms of what people want - and once that Ouya comes out, and the next generation of PlayStation and Xbox, undoubtedly, the market for Nintendo-exclusive games is going to be quite small. Platinum was better off making it exclusive for a different system.
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SuperLeon Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2013  Student General Artist
Probably but it would mostly be because no companies are really interested in the wii u. But I like to keep an open mind in things.
I really hope the guys making conduit 3 find a publisher
and i also hope developers change their minds.
I don't really see the problem with the 3ds. its a good system
and it actually has alot coming out this year.
I generally don't have a problem with the 3d and i'd
play it all day if I could. plus they fixed a few issues on the
3ds xl.
However I also can't comprehend why gamers can't simply play a game instead of missing out because the graphics aren't up to their standards. Nintendo has an HD console. so what. I just want
quality games they keep me coming back for more or leave me satisfied with the ending i got.
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TheRedSnifit Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2013
To add on, the 64 and Gamecube were both more powerful than their Sony counterparts.
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