Top News This Week

October 10, 2017 - 3 Amazing Times Celebs Have Appeared In Video Game Franchises When you encounter the voice of a star in a video ... | October 10, 2017 - Four Things You Need To Justify That Games Room Many gamers dream of it and more are realizing tha ... | October 4, 2017 - One-Handed Games To Make Your Commute More Amazing [Image Source] Everyone reading this will be able ... | September 27, 2017 - Check Out These Surprisingly Good Gaming Platforms Any hardcore gamer will know that the platform is ... | September 20, 2017 - Boosting Your First Person Shooter Games With The VR Experience VR headsets have taken the gaming world by storm; ... | September 10, 2017 - Fallout 4, The Best Role-Playing Game On The Market? Fallout, the award-winning series of post-apocalyp ... | September 7, 2017 - 5 Reasons Why Online Gaming Is So Popular Let’s face it; online gaming is popular. Even if ... | September 4, 2017 - What it Takes to Be a Gaming Master Becoming a gaming master isn’t easy; it takes a ... | September 4, 2017 - Spare Room? Time To Get Gaming! If you love gaming and technology and have a spare ... | August 29, 2017 - Make Your Video Games More Visually Impressive Modern games are becoming more photorealistic and ... |

Kamiya Hints That The Wonderful 101 Might be Short

Posted May 1, 2013 by The Laymen's Gamer in News

With the Wii U, apparently, still missing a killer title, anticipation has often turned to one in development – The Wonderful 101 – as it seems to lend strongly in visual style and atmosphere from the Viewtiful Joe series. There’s been a lot of talk but, outside of gameplay videos, not a whole lot has been said, for sure, about the title.
Over the weekend, however, dev team member Hideki Kamiya tweeted: “If u hate to finish a game the next day u buy it, u better not play TW101. I focus on how it is fun, not how long it lasts till the ending.”
That says two things, when I think things through: that tells me that there’s going to be little to no filler and that there may be an extreme focus on replay value. Some people go through a game only once but a lot of people only do that because there’s a lot of storyline to plod through and the filler can get a little insane, these days; a lot of the replay comes from a deep multiplayer aspect, sometimes dividing gamers on what is appreciated in a game. It would seem that a more traditional and old-school approach is aimed for here, where gameplay and replay value were cherished as solid features that sold games. Whether or not this means that a lean cut to the game is what it really needs is yet to be seen but it’s definitely encouraging to hear in this day and age, from where I’m sitting.

About the Author

The Laymen's Gamer

I'm just a guy who has made a lifelong hobby out of gaming and would love to share that love for the games and the industry with everyone I can. I'm a straight shooter that won't hold anything back but is fair and reasonable... I know where the industry's been and I like to think I might know where it's going. This is my passion. Be sure to check out my personal blog @ !

Around the Network
Nintendo on the iPhone?
Brothers Due for Upcoming Release on PC, PS3
Zatanna sixth Injustice DLC character
Xbox Live Gold December Deals & Games
GP Picks 2/13/15