"I have had it," he twittered. "I'm not Sega man. Ask Sega." Fortunately for fans, producer Atsushi Inaba decided on a more tongue-in-cheek response by tweeting a mock concept artwork.
"We've heard all the rumors on the net. What do you guys think? Too bad it got cancelled, huh?" Inaba-san. He posted a pic of Bayonetta with a crude 2 over it.
There's a definite goal at Platinum Games to work on a sequel to Bayonetta but it might be having some trouble if SEGA are getting paranoid over finances. Designer Hideki Kamiya said back in January 2010 he'd like to explore a spin-off or at least revisit Bayonetta's world "from a different angle" than the original.