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Platinum is chronicling Wonderful 101 through their blog

8:30 AM on 08.01.2013

Chris Carter

Reviews Director

The first entry is from Kamiya himself

Platinum Games is one of my favorite developers in the industry. Not only do they have an amazing eye for striking visual designs, but they also craft some of the deepest, technical action games of this generation -- in fact, they're one of the only technical action developers left.

So if you're anything like me, you're insanely excited for the upcoming release of Wonderful 101 on the Wii U, and Platinum is helping to ease the wait with some insightful blogs on the game on their official site. You can view the first entry here, and you'll find the Wonderful 101 tag here, for all possible future entries.

Wonderful 101 Blog [Platinum Blog]

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