Information from Famitsu journal not too long ago let unfastened particulars about Challenge G.G., one other PlatinumGames enterprise. Now the studio is unleashing a couple of extra bits of knowledge. An replace to the workforce’s web site options photos, an official teaser trailer, and a message from Director Hideki Kamiya, whereby he notes Challenge G.G. is “only a working title” for now.
Take a look at the teaser trailer beneath, which runs simply over 90 seconds lengthy and options an extremely lovely canine. (Observe: No hurt involves mentioned lovely canine within the following teaser):
Kamiya launched an announcement on PlatinumGames’ web site, explaining that Challenge G.G. counts because the studio’s first self-published recreation. It is a “large step” for the corporate, as each facet of this challenge, together with characters, artwork, story, and so forth, will wholly belong to Platinum. Such an endeavor comes with a couple of dangers as nicely, Kamiya notes.
In fact, [self-publishing] has its downsides, too. We’ll be taking over new dangers that we’ve by no means needed to assume earlier than as a contracted developer. Having full management over the Challenge G.G. IP offers us a ton of freedom, but in addition a ton of accountability. Nonetheless, I believe we will harness that sense of accountability and switch it into motivation to make Challenge G.G. the perfect recreation it may be.
Close to the tip of his letter, Kamiya says the sport’s “end line continues to be a great distance away.” This appears to counsel we gained’t obtain anymore updates for fairly a while. If that’s the case, the above teaser trailer should suffice. And there’s a lot to unpack in it, too.
In an interview with Famitsu, Kamiya teased, “if Viewtiful Joe is sort of a Kamen Rider transformation, [and] if Fantastic 101 is a squadron, Challenge G.G. is sort of a large hero.” Curiously, the ultimate few moments of Challenge G.G.’s teaser trailer reveals it as “the highly effective climax to the Hideki Kamiya superhero trilogy!” Given the motion on-screen, it’s protected to say this specific superhero journey will stand out.