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Bayonetta - Playstation 3

by Sega
Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Mature
254 customer reviews
Metascore: 87 / 100
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  • String together deadly combos and special attacks to bring down angelic enemies, including small minions and gigantic behemoths
  • Rely on Scarborough Fair, a collection of four enchanted guns, plus shotguns, bazookas and fiery claws
  • Retrieve a variety of other weapons from fallen enemies
  • Fill up the Magic gauge and unleash your powers to banish enemies to hell
  • Use linked combo attacks and Bayonetta's hair to call demonic forces to your aid in battle
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Platform: PlayStation 3

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Bayonetta is a stylish and cinematic action game, directed by Devil May Cry creator Hideki Kamiya, set for release in 2009 on the PLAYSTATION3 computer entertainment system. A member of an ancient witch clan and possessing powers beyond the comprehension of mere mortals, Bayonetta faces-off against countless angelic enemies, many reaching epic proportions, in a game of 100% pure, unadulterated all-out action. Outlandish finishing moves are performed with balletic grace as Bayonetta flows from one fight to another. With magnificent over-the-top action taking place in stages that are a veritable theme park of exciting attractions, Bayonetta pushes the limits of the action genre, bringing to life its fast-paced, dynamic climax combat.

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Blurring the borders of good and evil, this cinematic and stylized adventure stars Bayonetta, a heroine bent on sending supernatural forces to the depths of hell. Armed with her four enchanted guns known as Scarborough Fair, she battles both monstrous behemoths and angelic enemies. By combining special magic attacks, summoning primal forces and unleashing devastating weaponry, she impressively punishes anyone who gets in her way. From its fluid and intuitive combat system to its gripping story line, Bayonetta is one action thriller that won't disappoint.

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In addition to the weaponry on her hands and feet, Bayonetta also has gruesome devices in her arsenal, such as the Iron Maiden and Guillotine. Charge her Magic gauge to send enemies packing. Even her hair is designed for devastation, serving as a magical conduit to summon demonic beasts for aid in battle. And, with the ability to transform into panthers, bats and other forms, she's prepared to handle any situation. When it comes to banishing sinister supernatural forces, Bayonetta's the best man for the job.

Key Game Features:

  • String together deadly combos and special attacks to bring down angelic enemies, including small minions and gigantic behemoths
  • Rely on Scarborough Fair, a collection of four enchanted guns, plus shotguns, bazookas and fiery claws
  • Retrieve a variety of other weapons from fallen enemies
  • Fill up the Magic gauge and unleash your powers to banish enemies to hell
  • Use linked combo attacks and Bayonetta's hair to call demonic forces to your aid in battle
  • Transform into a panther, bat or other life form depending on the circumstances
  • Employ the Iron Maiden, Guillotine and other gruesome devices to finish off monstrous foes
  • For 1 player

Product Details

Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B001YHX4B0
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 5.2 x 0.6 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: January 5, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (254 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,136 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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58 of 61 people found the following review helpful By John C. Brandstetter on January 10, 2010
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
I've been playing games for 20 years, and I honestly can't think of one quite as insane as Bayonetta. The character and level designs are gorgeous. The bosses are ridiculously huge, and there's lots of them. The combos and special moves are wicked and fun to pull off. And I actually liked that the soundtrack wasn't the typical heavy metal. The story is a little hard to follow, but you can seriously skip the cut scenes and still have an amazing experience.

Now, I heard some negative things about this game before I bought it. The biggest one is that the Xbox version is far superior, allegedly. While I can't compare the two, I can honestly say I was surprised at how much I enjoyed the game. Yes, it has frequent load times. But, you know what? There's so much happening on the screen sometimes, I didn't mind the break. The graphics seemed a little low-res, but the inventive style more than made up for it. I will say, though, that if there is a sequel, I hope the PS3 port gets the development attention it deserves.

A couple other things to consider: You can beat the game on easy in 8 or 9 hours (the difficulty is set so easy means normal and normal means you'll throw your controller a lot). If you want tons of play time for your money, you may want to rent this instead. Also, I'm aware some people are saying that the game is offensive. While the female characters are hypersexual, I didn't see a huge difference between this and something like Tomb Raider.

Overall, I highly recommend this game. It's one of the most memorable I've played in a long time. The good stuff far outweighs the bad. There's a tsunami of amazing games gushing out this year, but don't overlook this one.
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67 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Edwin Ng on January 5, 2010
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
After reading countless of reviews on how the porting was done horribly on PS3 I was a little worried about the quality of the game on PS3. I have not played through the entire game, but overall the game looks and feels great. The graphics are crisp and looks good, people that complained about the frame rate dropping horribly during gameplay must have one hella of a TV. I run a 120hz 1080p TV and I do not notice it at all. The only issue (which I do not see it being as bad as people state) is the loading time is a little longer then the normal games that I have encountered. The most annoying thing is that when you pickup an item during mid fight you get a loading screen (displaying the item) for about 3-4 seconds. Also when you pause the game you get a delay of 2 seconds. I find it hard to believe that the 360 version is far superior to the PS3 version, it is possible that the load times are slighlty better but I do not have a 360 and would not know.

Anyways its a great game, and PS3 owners should not be afraid about the horrible reviews that people have been giving without even playing the actual game.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mike on February 14, 2010
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
I purchased Bayonetta after the patch became available so I can't really compare with the unpatched version, but I can tell you this; loading is only noticeable during the beginning of the stage, or when skipping scenes. Overall, the game didn't suffer any framerate issues during my whole "normal difficulty" gameplay. This may be due to my 500GB 7200rpm Hard drive that also helped speed up the loading, but my experience with the game was fun, fast and epic.

GRAPHICS:
I have no complaints with the graphics although I read that the 360 version is much sharper, it didn't detract me from enjoying the game or cause me to die because of any graphical glitches reported; if I die is probably skill related. Background color seems lacking, but this is probably due to the fact that Bayonetta fights multiple/huge Angels which makes it easier to identify them for combos.

GAME MECHANICS:
If you've played Devil May Cry then you pretty much know how Bayonetta plays. Battle is fast paced with epic boss battles that can take minutes to defeat, and will get better and bigger the farther you get in the game. Battles will take you from the ground, air, water, and even space just to name a few. Weapons can be equipped on both hands and feet from guns, whips, katana, to claws etc. and can keep two weapon group setup so you can switch between them during battle for different combo effects. Also besides weapons, you can equip accessories, costumes, create/concoct items, and assign consumables so you can use them on the fly without interruption. Shooting galleries follows each chapter allowing you to trade points on items that can enhance/support your HP/MP for the next level. Items can be bought at the "Gates of Hell" bar accessible through a red portal you'll find in each chapter.
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83 of 109 people found the following review helpful By T. Soatthiamroong on January 16, 2010
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
First of all, to put this review up as a critical review, I cheated a little by giving this game 3 stars. (Please, don't burn me alive!!! I'll explain now) So, sorry fans, I'm dragging the score down a little.

Actually, this is a solid 4-star game for me. I just want to draw attentions of gamers who are on the fence and still considering about buying this game with an analytical point of view.

Let's start,

GAMEPLAY
Light: The game is everything you'd expected from the creator of Devil May Cry. Fast paced, over-the-top, cool heroine with attitude, cool guns and melee weapons, crazy combos and evasive moves. Combats are satisfying as hell.
The 2-button-attack system makes it simple to do combos. You can either get away with a couple of combos or go crazy and be the martial arts master. A lot of unlockables give the game a good replay value.

Dark: Yeah, it's everything you'd expected from the creator of DMC all right, including the difficulty. Remember that DMC3's difficulty had to be dropped down when they released the special edition, according to complaints from fans. This game is not exactly Ninja Gaiden or Demon's Souls, but it can be punishing at times.

- You can't button-mash your way through the game. Your attacks don't really have a powerful impact or knock-back effect, so enemies counter you all the time. That makes remembering the sets of moves and plan how to execute them in the right moment important.

- Dodging is crucial to your survival, maybe a little too much since you don't have any blocking move. Screw up your dodge once, and the consequence is severe. Health bar can be drained half by one set of 3-hit combo from an enemy.
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