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As a lot of Bayonetta fans are blatantly aware, there is an Anime adaptation of the Bayonetta storyline as a film called Bayonetta: Bloody Fate. The film adaptation very loosely follows the storyline of the first video game in the Bayonetta series, Bayonetta. The story follows the journey of an Umbran Witch, named Bayonetta, as she travels to the city of Vigrid to unlock her forgotten memories. The adaptation is animated by GONZO and released by Madman Entertainment here in Australia. In Bayonetta: Bloody Fate we follow Bayonetta, a femme fatale Umbran Witch with no memory of her past that has begun to make a living by clearing out Angels during funerals at the request of Enzo, a mafia-esque figure. … Continue reading
Platinum Games’ Bayonetta is easily one of the best action games of all time. The original Bayonetta was released on the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 a few years ago, but thanks to some kind of deal, Nintendo have secured the sequel, Bayonetta 2, for exclusive release on the Wii U. The action-brawler features the sexiest video-game character of all time, Bayonetta, in another adventure through time and space. The franchise is known for being incredibly lewd, having tight and amazing combat mechanics and generally having a great sense of humour. Bayonetta 2 continues this tradition. The titular Umbran Witch returns to Europe in a quest that will take her through the (actual) Gate of Hell in order to save … Continue reading
BAYONETTA 2 HYYYYYPE! — BAYONETTA RETURNS TO SET THE WORLD ALIGHT IN BAYONETTA 2 ON Wii U PlatinumGames’s Wii U masterpiece launches 25th October across Australia and New Zealand 23rd October 2014 – Over the top. Breathtaking. Out of control. Stylish. Beautiful. Any of these words can be used to describe Bayonetta 2, which launches exclusively for Wii U on Saturday, and is developed by action-game maestro PlatinumGames. Fans of the original Bayonetta game know that the series stands out from almost any other video game series, delivering intense action, massive set pieces, gorgeous HD graphics and fluid, responsive controls. With Bayonetta 2, all this is dialled up, with the titular Bayonetta more powerful than ever, using wild new moves … Continue reading
— BAYONETTA 2 DEMO NOW AVAILABLE ON NINTENDO eSHOP ON Wii U Get ready for the 25th October launch with the free demo and launch trailer 10th October 2014 – It’s time to try the witch’s pistol-shoes on for size, with a demo of Wii U exclusive Bayonetta 2 now available on Nintendo eShop. Nintendo revealed the demo at the end of the brand new launch trailer that’s now available on YouTube. Bayonetta 2 is developed by PlatinumGames and launches in Australia and New Zealand on 25th October. The demo kicks off the action atop a fighter jet over a city. Unleash the new Umbran Climax to pummel hordes of angelic enemies, or artfully dodge them to engage in Witch … Continue reading
This year at the Nintendo Australia booth at EB Games Expo, Nintendo Australia were showcasing a number of upcoming and recently released games for the public to try out and play while at the booth. Nintendo themselves had games like Super Smash Bros. (3DS and Wii U versions), Splatoon, Hyrule Warriors, Mario Kart and more. However, locked away, behind the curtains to hidden away from underaged eyes was the game that we were hyped up the most to see (at the entire expo), Bayonetta 2. Bayonetta 2 is the sequel to the incredibly fun and controversial Bayonetta, which originally appeared on the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 devices back in 2011. Since then, Nintendo has locked in exclusivity rights for … Continue reading
Gaming PR: NINTENDO DIRECT BROADCAST REVEALS NEW DETAILS FOR BAYONETTA 2 – LAUNCHING 25th OCTOBER ON Wii U
Massive fans of the original. Hopefully the second is just as good (if not better). See the Press Release below. — NINTENDO DIRECT BROADCAST REVEALS NEW DETAILS FOR BAYONETTA 2 – LAUNCHING 25th OCTOBER ON Wii U Tag Climax online co-op multiplayer mode showcased 5th September 2014 – A new Nintendo Direct video detailed some of the exhilarating aspects of Wii U exclusive Bayonetta 2, coming to Australia and New Zealand on 25th October. At retail, the Special Edition will bundle the original Bayonetta game with the packaged version of Bayonetta 2 (SRP AU$79.95). Digital versions of Bayonetta 2 (AU$69.95/NZ$89.95) and Bayonetta (AU$49.95/NZ$69.95) can be purchased on Nintendo eShop at launch, and if both games are purchased, a … Continue reading
…And more importantly, pictures of Bayonetta’s perfect form. Like really. Bayonetta pretty much ruined women for us back in the day. See below for full details on all the games announced at the Nintendo Direct this morning. — NINTENDO REVEALS MARIO KART 8 LAUNCH DATE OF 31st MAY ON Wii U Nintendo Direct also announces launch dates for anticipated Nintendo 3DS titles such as Mario Golf: World Tour, Kirby: Triple Deluxe, plus immediate release of Steel Diver: Sub Wars 14th February 2014 – A whole host of launch dates and new game details for upcoming Wii U and Nintendo 3DS titles were revealed today as part of the first Nintendo Direct broadcast in 2014. This Nintendo Direct put a … Continue reading