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    Not sure what you mean by that Kaito...
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    It'll be a case of companies making random WiiU only games of their franchises just to take advantage to the controller set-up.

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    Urgh some people...

    Here's an image representing what Bayonetta 2 would look like if Nintendo hadn't picked up publishing for it:

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    Umm... it's not the fact Nintendo are picking it up, it's just the fact that judging from the responses here not many of us were going to bother with the WiiU.

    The original Wii had a few games on it normally on other platforms but were released on it purely just use the Wiimote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtwinny View Post
    Not sure what you mean by that Kaito...
    Well, the general impression I'm getting is "How dare they make it a WiiU exclusive?!" where as I say "Sod off, I like third party developed exclusives. They make buying different systems worthwhile."

    Variety is a good thing, no?

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    Sod Kaito, we want variety.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Shaneman View Post
    Sod Kaito, we want variety.
    Wait, what? You're telling me to sod off because you're agreeing with me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaito-kun View Post
    Wait, what? You're telling me to sod off because you're agreeing with me?
    No, I want variety in my mods.

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    I just find it ood how such an IP like Bayonetta got used like this. It's not like Ninty handling it is gonna make it all better. At least keep the awesome core gameplay from the original...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Shaneman View Post
    No, I want variety in my mods.
    That's why mtwinny is here. He's a trendy American bloke, completely different from moi~

    Quote Originally Posted by mtwinny View Post
    I just find it ood how such an IP like Bayonetta got used like this. It's not like Ninty handling it is gonna make it all better. At least keep the awesome core gameplay from the original...
    It was Nintendo handling it or no-one handling it.

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