Bayonetta 2 is easily one of the most non-over-hyped games that gamers can’t wait to play this fall. The crazy part about it is that the game’s hype is based purely on how ridiculously beautiful and over-the-top the game is. While most people never pegged the Wii U for being capable of running a game like Bayonetta 2 at 60fps, developers Platinum Games have managed to do so in sparkling fashion.
At this year’s E3, Nintendo and Platinum Games unleashed the power of Bayonetta onto the general public with playable game stations at their E3 booth.
I’m not going to waste a lot of words because you obviously came to see Bayonetta 2, not read some rambling text about the game. So with just a few words to go before I let you get to clicking, check out the video below courtesy of YouTuber Playerslink.
Bayonetta 2 fue uno de los juegos más intensos que tuvimos oportunidad de probar en E3 2014, cuestión que pueden comprobar directamente en este gameplay que grabamos directamente en piso de exhibición: Música “Mechanolith” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Oh yeah, and here’s the official Bayonetta 2 trailer that aired to help get people amped up about the game. Check it out below.
Oh you thought that was it? You thought I was done? Oh no, there’s even more yet. RajmanGaming has nearly 30 minutes of gameplay you can scope out from the original Bayonetta running on the Wii U, as each of the three Nintendo-exclusive costumes are showcased and put on display for your viewing pleasure.
You can look for Bayonetta 2 to launch on exclusively on the Wii U this September in Japan and this October in North America and Europe. Need more info? Feel free to pay a visit to the official website.
►► Remember to select 720p or 1080p HD◄◄ Bayonetta Wii U Link/Samus/Princess Peach Costumes gameplay walkthrough from E3 2014. Platforms: Wii U Exclusive Genre: Action Publisher: Nintendo Developer: Platinum Games Release Date: US: TBA 2014 EU: TBA 2014