At an event held in Tokyo over the weekend, Sega invited gamers to come and witness the debut of Bayonetta on the PlayStation 3 in all its blurry, stuttering glory.
Up until now, Sega and Platinum have chosen to show off Bayonetta on the Xbox 360, and judging from 1UP's reaction to the title, the reasons why became readily apparent this weekend at the "Feel Bayonetta" event held at the A.I. Tokyo bar. The good news? The PS3 version exists. The bad news?
While the 360 version on display looked crisp and smooth, the PS3 version was very blurry and the frame rate was all over the place. During one portion of the demo, a crazy scene where you are jumping off of falling parts of a giant clock tower, it was often hard to keep track of the action because of the graphical issues on PS3.
Disappointing news, but Platinum still has plenty of time to polish the PS3 version *checks watch* for North America at least, and hey—there's a Japanese demo coming soon. Can the Western version be far behind?
Platinum Shows PS3 Bayonetta, Announces Demo [1UP - Thanks Swift]