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Bayonetta 2

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Genre: Hack and slash/Beat 'em up

Platforms: Wii U, Nintendo Switch

Versions: See the alternative version of this game

The witching hour strikes again. Brimming with intricate battles that take place in, on and all over epic set pieces, Bayonetta 2 finds our sassy heroine battling angels and demons in unearthly beautiful HD. You’re bound to love how it feels to string together combos with unimaginable weapons and to summon demons using Bayonetta’s Umbran Weave in this frantic stylized action game.

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ZUPERFLY
48 reviews

Good 90%

This game was great. The characters were great. The right amount of seriousness and wackiness needed. Not too serious but witty enough to keep it interesting. The story was awesome. You don't need to play the first one to understand. But it sure will help you get some other details. The gameplay was like the first one. Hack and slash combos. With weapons to unlock and use. Bayonetta 2 was more difficult than the first one. Not saying the first ... Read More

Positive points
-graphics
-story
-gameplay
-music
-lots of fun
Negative points
-still can't think of much

Storyline

Starting a few months after the events of the first game, Bayonetta and Jeanne are fighting off a group of angels who attacked a city during a parade. During one particular attack, Jeanne protects Bayonetta from a sudden demon summon gone wrong, causing her soul to be claimed by the depths of Hell. Upon a tip from her informant Enzo, Bayonetta heads to the sacred mountain of Fimbulvinter. An entrance to Inferno, the Gates of Hell, is said to be inside and Bayonetta plans to use it to save her friend.