Nintendo Direct Tomorrow: Expect Bayonetta 2 and Monolith’s X

By Michael On 13 Feb, 2014 At 01:45 PM | Categorized As General News | With 1 Comment

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Judgement day has arrived. Nintendo as finally announced the first Nintendo Direct of 2014. Via Twitter – Nintendo announced the Direct will air on the 13th of February at 2pm PT/5pm ET. The Direct will be sharing information on 3DS and Wii U titles that will be arriving before the end of Spring.

Yusuke Hashimoto of Platinum Game, Soraya Saga ( the Wife of Monolith soft’s Tetsuya Takahashi) and Next Level games has retweeted the announcement. Some individuals have speculated that X, Bayonetta 2 and Next Level game latest project will be showcased tomorrow.


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Australian Times (thanks VOOKS)

  • Western Australia: 6am on Friday, February 14th
  • Adelaide: 8:30am on Friday, February 14th
  • Darwin: 7:30am on Friday, February 14th
  • Sydney/Melbourne: 9:00am on Friday, February 14th
  • Brisbane: 8:00am on Friday, February 14th
  • New Zealand: 11:00am on Friday, February 14th
  • Los Angeles: 2:00pm on Thursday, February 13th
  • New York: 5:00pm on Thursday, February 13th
  • Tokyo: 2:00pm on Friday, February 14th
  • London: 10:00pm on Thursday, February 13th

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  • CommonSense

    The wife of Takahashi? Seriously? I know this was not intentional but holy crap is it insulting.

    Soraya Saga is a videogame designer, a founding member of monolithsoft, and WORKING ON Monolith softs project X. The fact she is married to Mr. Takahashi is frankly, incidental and irrelevent.

    The fact you have labeled her as nothing more than an attachment, instead of a team member, is incredibly rude. Please fix this.