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SEGA and Platinum teaming up for another new game


12:00 PM on 12.14.2010
SEGA and Platinum teaming up for another new game photo



Platinum is cobbling together another game, and it'll be continuing its long-running partnership with SEGA in the process. 

Sales and marketing VP Andrew Pritchard confirmed the title in his Game Informer interview, but that's all he said. So far, we have no idea what Platinum's got up its sleeve, but director Hideki Kamiya has been teasing Bayonetta 2 an awful lot lately, so there's a good chance that could be it. 

So far, SEGA has published MadWorld, Infinite Space, Bayonetta and Vanquish for Platinum. They should get married if they love each other so much.

Bayonetta dev doing another SEGA game [Eurogamer]






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