NieR: Automata, the 2B cosplay by Shirogane-sama is original

NieR: Automata, the 2B cosplay by Shirogane-sama is original


2B, the protagonist of NieR: Automata, is by far one of the characters to whom more cosplay has been dedicated. So Shirogane-sama has seen fit to create something original: a "Bride" version of the powerful gynoid.

After dedicating herself to a cosplay of Ann Takamaki from Persona 5, Shirogane-sama has therefore tried for the first time the path of unpublished cosplay, and the result looks really interesting.

The Bride 2B created by the Russian model, characterized by a splendid black and white costume, offers in fact an alternative point of view compared to the many reproductions of the fighter born from the mind of Yoko Taro.

This version will be more successful than the Traditional 2B of Shirogane-sam? We'll find out soon.

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PlatinumGames Producer Atsushi Inaba Is the Bayonetta Studio's New President

PlatinumGames' Kenichi Sato announced Thursday that he is stepping down from his position as president and CEO of the Bayonetta and Nier: Automata studio, with veteran developer Atsushi Inaba rising to take his place.

'Currently I feel that PlatinumGames is ready to push forward towards more innovative forms of play, and so now is better a time than ever to hand the reigns to Inaba, who has led the initiative on building the company’s creative output for many years now,' Sato said in a blog post.

Sato will continue to serve PlatinumGames as an advisor, 'offering my help where needed.' He served as president of the company for a little over five-and-a-half years.

Bayonetta 3 Screens (from Nintendo Direct, September 2021)

As for Inaba, he got his start working as the CEO of Clover Studio, the team behind Viewtiful Joe, Okami, and God Hand. He co-founded Platinum in 2007 alongside Resident Evil/The Evil Within director Shinji Mikami, Bayonetta's Hideki Kamiya, and Tatsuya Minami, taking on the role of lead producer, which he'll keep alongside his new role as president and CEO.

Inaba elaborated on his design philosophy in a separate post on Platinum's official site, saying he believed in 'approaching 'fun' with complete sincerity. I believe every one of our staff take pride that they are entertainers, always attempting the perfect balance between play and professionalism.'

Inaba added that 'our overarching goal for entering self-publishing has been unchanged since its conception: to invent something new and share it with the rest of the world – showing our sincerity towards creation every step of the way.'

PlatinumGames' upcoming slate includes Bayonetta 3, due out on Switch this year. It's also got Babylon's Fall, Sol Cresta, and the teased Project GG in the works as its first self-published game.

Joseph Knoop is a writer/producer for IGN.

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