As PlatinumGames: MadWorld: 2009; a black and white and red Beat ‘em Up and their most violent title to date; a sort of Spiritual Successor to God Hand (Wii) Bayonetta: 2010; the studios’ most commercially successful original game thus far (PS3 and Xbox 360; bundled with Bayonetta 2 for the Wii U) Infinite Space: 2010; an Animesque game and their only handheld game at present (Nintendo DS) Vanquish: 2010; the only (third person) shooter so far (PS3 and Xbox 360) Anarchy Reigns: 2012; “Massively Multiplayer Melee Fighting Action. [that] features Jack, the protagonist from Mad World, and other characters from the game as playable characters.” (PS3 and Xbox 360) Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance: 2013; a spin off/semi sequel of the massively popular Metal Gear series starring Raiden, roughly based on a now cancelled Kojima Productions title called Metal Gear Solid: Rising. (PS3, Xbox 360, and PC) The Wonderful 101: 2013; the studio’s first Wii U game, published by Nintendo. A Bayonetta/ hybrid with a Viewtiful Joe aesthetic where you control 100 superheroes defending the earth from an alien invasion. Trailer here. Bayonetta 2: 2014; published by Nintendo and exclusively for Wii U. First teaser here. The Legend of Korra: 2014; The first licensed game in cooperation with Activision and Nickelodeon. Available on PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC as a download only release. Transformers: Devastation: 2015; Another licensed game in cooperation with Activision. A full blown action game based on Transformers; more specifically the original cartoon series. Available on PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC. Star Fox Zero: 2016; The Designer Replica Handbags newest installment in the series made in cooperation with Nintendo. Exclusive for the Wii U. : 2016; A Tower Defense ish spin off for the Wii U initially envisioned by Shigeru Miyamoto. Packaged with first print copies of Star Fox ZeroTeenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan: 2016; Yet another licensed game in cooperation with Activision. Available on PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC. NieR: Automata, 2017; in association with Square Enix, releasing on PS4 and PC. Granblue Fantasy Project Re:Link: A collaboration with Cygames, being released on PS4. Lost Order: Another collaboration with Cygames. Platinum’s first mobile title.
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