Wield wild weapons and execute deadly moves—like the powerful Umbran
Climax—to take out angels and demons in this breathtaking action game.
You can even team up with friends in 2-player online or local wireless
co-op fights (additional accessories required; sold separately.)
Bayonetta is a butt-kicking, havoc-wreaking witch who wields sweet
weapons like pistols, whips, hammers, flamethrowers, and poison bows.
But it’s not just about brawn—it’s also about style. Bayonetta is deadly
but sleek, with moves like Witch Time that slows down time itself, and
the all-new Umbran Climax—a special magic attack that summons Infernal
Demons to devastate enemies. The Bayonetta™ 2 game also features an
online and local wireless 2-player cooperative mode where players bet
halos on their performance and work together to amplify their sass,
cause destruction, and score some riches.
Foxy, sassy Bayonetta is a butt-kicking witch who’s back to wreak havoc
Wield stylish moves and deadly weapons—like a poison bow and
Use magic to execute Umbran Climax and summon Infernal Demons to do
Team up with other players in the 2-player Tag Climax co-op mode via
local wireless or online (additional accessories required; sold
The original Wii U version of Bayonetta™ game is now on the Nintendo
Switch™ system—included with the packaged version of Bayonetta 2 as a
pack-in digital download code
The first game was fun but not that memorable for me, the combat was great and beautiful but the story was more of an excuse for the characters to do things, this game surpasses every aspect not by much but is pretty much the same but better, which is not a bad thing. The game's length is about 12 hours long but feels more like 4, this game doesn't waste its time or yours, the combat is so addictive and the challenge is good on normal difficulty but if you're more sadistic you can try harder difficulties. The sexiness and all that stuff is also there as over the top as ever so that is also a great thing, my only issue is that the music is not that memorable as the last game but is just a personal issue I think, overall I recommend it to every Wii U / Switch owner, as this kind of games are rare threat nowadays.
Compared to the first Bayonetta, this one runs more smoothly and looks much better (and doesn't have any godawful QTEs), but it also doesn't quite have the same charm. The story is equally confusing, but it doesn't really have the same sense of ridiculous humor that made the first game so amazing. It's also a short game that's perfectly content with ending when the credits roll - whereas the first game awesomely REFUSES to end.
Bayonetta 2 is ultimately a lot of fun - it's more of that quick, challenging beat-em-up action that plays so well - but it tries to be more serious and that really bugged me.