We get some interesting news related to Bayonetta 3since the same creator of the saga has just confirmed that at no time did Nintendo ask them to censor any part of the 3 installments they have developed.
As you probably know, PlatinumGames carried the first 2 games of Bayonetta to the hybrid console and is a few months away from launching the third part that promises exciting battles and even a censorship mode that has been very controversial.
It is because of this that Hideki Kamiya wanted to clarify the doubts of the community and confirm that Nintendo did not ask them for this mode in Bayonetta 3nor has he asked for any kind of censorship in previous installments.
Here you can see his words:
“I see a lot of people mention Nintendo when discussing nudity in Bayonettabut during our time with the port of Bayonette 1, Bayonetta 2 Y Bayonetta 3, the only suggestion we got was about Link’s costume in the first 2 and how it should have been a bit more revealing. No bias influenced that aspect of the game, and I think players can enjoy it without worrying that it was,” Kamiya said on his Twitter account.
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In addition to this, the Japanese mentioned that in the time they have been working with Nintendo, he has been surprised at how open they can be:
“As Iwacchi (referring to Satoru Iwata) mentioned, Nintendo is not just a giant company with red tape around every corner, and after working with them for so long, I get the feeling that while there are times when we can butt heads, they are surprisingly open to leading development and sales discussions.”
As you could see, it seems that the beliefs related to Nintendo having influenced the existence of the censorship mode in the new installment were unfounded, and thanks to Kamiya the situation has been clarified.
We remind you that Bayonetta 3 It will be released exclusively for the Nintendo Switch on October 28.
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