Prepare for the Return of Bayonetta on the Wii U

Bayonetta 2 Cover Art

 PlatinumGames and Nintendo are prepared to bring back their renowned title that is breathtaking, out of control, stylish, beautiful, and critically acclaimed. This is the only way one should think of Bayonetta and now its sequel; Bayonetta 2. With the launch of Bayonetta on October 24th, 2014; Platinum Games seeks to help launch another large title on the Nintendo Wii U. This newest entry to this series seeks to bring in more intense action, massive set pieces and the beautiful graphics that Bayonetta has become known and loved for.

This time around she is more powerful now that she is wielding new moves, combos, weapons, and powers. This carries across both the single player as well as the games new entry into multiplayer where players will hunt down to take down both angels and demons in order to save one of her friends from damnation.

“The action-game geniuses at PlatinumGames have done it again. Bayonetta 2 is the kind of exclusive game that fans are going to devour like Halloween candy,” said Scott Moffitt, Nintendo of America’s executive vice president of Sales & Marketing. “With its challenging but rewarding game play and over-the-top content,Bayonetta 2 proves the depth and diversity of the library of games that can only be played on Wii U.”

Like before, Bayonetta will return with her chic glasses, magical hair, and those dangerous gun-filled high heels that seek to put her enemies out of their misery. These features are what makes her a rather memorable, but also original characters developed in recent years. This time around players will once more be running down buildings, off walls, on falling parts of land, but also on the wings of a fighter jet. These are not unusual for the well crafted and beautiful set pieces that PlatinumGames has planned for this Friday in North America. On these planned set pieces, players will journey through the campaign while being scored. The scores will range from room-for-improvement Stone medal to the hard to earn Pure Platinum.

Don’t want to take this game on alone? Players can go through the online co-op mode with friends using their broadband connections in order to destroy the legions of angels and demons that seek to put the stunning Bayonetta out of her misery. They will be able to do this by choosing from a variety of characters from the game itself. Don’t forget to work on getting those Verse Cards as you journey through the main campaign so that you can continue through the Tag Climax stages.

Additionally for those who do purchase the game at the 59.99 USD will get a definitive edition of Bayonetta to go along side your purchase of Bayonetta 2, this is at a fully discounted price. For those that decide to go through the eShop to save the trip, you can get both versions digitally through the Nintendo Wii U eShop for 59.98 USD. This includes in-game costumes that will be original for both Bayonetta entries. These is exclusive to the Nintendo brand characters such as Princess Peach, Samus Aran, and Link. These costumes aren’t just for show and tell though; they feature unique game changes that are said to be fun, unique, and unexpected. So what are some examples regarding these? Princess Peach can summon Bowser’s hands and feet instead of her rather well known  demons. Using Link’s costume? Listen for a rather familiar chime after solving puzzles. These are only a few of the changes that players can expect to enjoy through their adventure.

For more information regarding Bayonetta’s upcoming release please visit the official Nintendo Website for this game:  http://bayonetta2.nintendo.com.

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