We got a surprise for the Nintendo Switch users, especially the ones in the U.K. Bayonetta 2 is on a sale right now for £42.99 with free delivery charges on Zavvi.
Bayonetta 2 is basically a hack n slash action adventure game sequel to the 2009 Bayonetta. The game was developed by the Platinum games also the developers of Nier: Automata and was released by Nintendo. Bayonetta 2 was first released for Wii U in 2014 and with the hype and everything it was no longer that the game was released for Nintendo Switch in 2017.
In this game, the player will take the role of the infamous Bayonetta. You will have to fight your way through the angelic and demonic forces using your melee attacks or guns. You can equip various weapons including signature guns, swords, bow, ax or any other which you can lay your hands on.
Dodging enemies attacks will give you the ability “Witch Time” which slows the enemies around you. In that time you can either destroy them or solve puzzles. Special moves known as the “Torture Attacks” are also used for trapping enemies and gain more experience points. Grades like the “Platinum Grade” can also be earned by performing different combos in a short amount of time and also not getting damaged as well.
A new element is included in the game and that is the Umbran Climax. It’s just like a Rage Form of Bayonetta which can be activated once the magic gauge is at full. This technique gives Bayonetta boosts in attacks and combos and also allows her to summon the Infernal Demon for a short amount of time. Also gives back a limited amount of her health back.
Most of the game takes place on the fictional mountain of Fimbulventr and a town of Noatun. With the main character Bayonetta who is(voiced by Hellena Taylor) travels to locate the Gates of Hell, so she can save her friend Jeanne. You will be accompanied by different characters during the game like Loki and later on Baldr.
Do play the game and let us know in the comments what you like in Bayonetta 2 and what you are expecting in the upcoming Bayonetta 3?