Report: Sony to fix Bayonetta issues on PS3

By Stephany Nunneley
2 December 2009 18:47 GMT


According to a report over on Gamekyo (per Wearetheinternetz), Sega and Platinum Games are “taking responsibility” for the PS3 version of Bayonetta, and a team at Sony hard at work fixing the game.

When comparisons to the Xbox 360 version were made, the PS3 version was found to sport murkier graphics, longer load times, and bad framerates; therefore the team hopes to “guarantee” a better version of the game outside of Japan.

SEGA responded to the load time bit last month, stating that it was “well aware of this issue” and were “working on a solution”.

Looks like Sony to the rescue, then.

Via D’toid.

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