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Thursday, 12 December 2013 08:22

Kellams fed up with port begging

Written by David Stellmack

Just happy to make Bayonetta 2

Creative Director JP Kellams over at Platinum Games says he has fed up with the requests from fans who want Bayonetta 2 ported to the Xbox and PlayStation platforms. Kellams has indicated that he really can’t post anything about Bayonetta 2 on the Bayonetta 2 Facebook page because it turns into nothing but fans begging we port it to Xbox and PlayStation.

It has gotten to the point where Kellams says he is fed up with all of the pedantic port-begging. While it has been over a year since Nintendo announced that they had reached a deal for a Wii U exclusive version of Bayonetta 2, Platinum Games knows by now that there are a number of fans who would like to see Bayonetta 2 on platforms other than the Wii U.

At this point Kellams and the team at Platinum are just happy that they are getting the chance to make Bayonetta 2 for the patient fans.

See the Tweet that started it all right here.

 

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