Dumb argument is dumb.
When a company is publishing the game, they have A LOT of control over it and I'm sure there is stuff that says it or a variation it cannot be placed on any other console.
It is and will remain exclusive to Wii U. Just be happy Nintendo decided to bail it out otherwise it wouldn't even be here.
Let's just be happy it's coming out. It was canceled not long ago. We should be happy Nintendo resurrected it from the dead.
Bayonetta was actually pretty damn fun, I'm excited to rent 2 in the far future.
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Mad props, man. This isn't a legendary-thread, but it was still funny.
Christ dude get over it.. Nintendo got a third party exclusive. Now you can get a taste of how many Nintendo fans have felt for 15 years.
If you check SEGA's twitter, it's kind of sad how many people are saying they aren't a fan of SEGA or the game anymore because it's on the Wii U. That's seriously pathetic behavior.
These are the same ppl mad at Sega, saying how they betrayed the original game's fanbase not being able to understand that Nintendo saved the project.
But if the game was announced as being exclusive to Vita, they would all say how great and amazing people they are at Sega for trying to help the vita sell. ''This is exactly what the Vita needs, great 3rd party exclusive! Ty good guy Sega, if more publishers would be like you, the Vita would'nt be struggling'' would the sony fanboy say.
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I actually applaud SEGA for this move, it brings much needed attention to a overlooked franchise.
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