If you asked yourself why Bayonetta 3 still has no release date, perhaps the news you are about to read will clarify your ideas for a moment. Hideki Kamiya, gaming industry legend and director of PlatinumGames has just achieved a record and entered the Guinness Book of World Records.
In fact, Kamiya achieved an absolutely extraordinary score of 158,680 points in Ninja-Kid’s Caravan mode. This is an action video game, where you have to jump on the various platforms on the screen trying to eliminate the enemies and avoiding attacks at the same time.
The game was originally released in 1984 and is now also available on Nintendo Switch thanks to the Arcade Archives series, so if you would like to try to break his record and enter the Guinness Book of World Records, you now know the score to be achieved as it is.
The news of the record was given by PlatinumGames itself, through its Twitter profile. And now that the result has been achieved, perhaps the development of Bayonetta 3 will also benefit. We’ll see.
Of course, it is a joke, and waiting to find out more about the highly anticipated third chapter of the saga, on our site you will find all the latest news on Bayonetta 3 and PlatinumGames. Did you know for example that PlatinumGames still has several unannounced games that it is working on?
Congratulations to PlatinumGames board member, director and now Guinness World Record holder Hideki Kamiya! Kamiya's whopping 158,680 points in Arcade Archives Ninja-Kid's Caravan mode is officially recognized as the world top score! Think you can beat it?https://t.co/7yaVwkXYRz pic.twitter.com/MxLq7KXMOm
— PlatinumGames Inc. (@platinumgames) September 18, 2019