Shown in today's Nintendo Direct with a heaping help of gameplay footage.
Platinum Games conjures up one of the Wii U's most interesting titles.
I’m going to go on a limb here and say that The Wonderful 101 will be a sleeper hit for the Wii U. While it has garnered some noticeable hype within some audiences, it is an easy game to overlook. For those not sure about the game, it is best described as being a simple mesh of Viewtiful Joe and Pikmin. After spending some time with the game, I must say that it went from a just game that looked interesting, to game that I’m really excited about.
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Project P-100 was Nintendo's best kept secret at E3 2012. It was so well kept, in fact, that it wasn't even shown at the Nintendo press conference. One would think that an exclusive game designed by hotshot Japanese developer Platinum Games (Bayonetta, Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance) would be something that Nintendo would want to shout about, but instead the game got a quiet reveal on Spike TV after the press conference.
Nintendo was holding back at their conference, it appears.
Platinum Games - developers of Bayonetta, Madworld and the upcoming Metal Gear Solid Rising: Revengeance - unveiled their first foray onto the Nintendo Wii U in the tentatively titled Project P-100. The game was demoed live on Spike TV shortly after the conclusion of Nintendo’s E3 press conference.