Bayonetta 2

When I finished the first Bayonetta the other day, I did something I’ve never done before: I immediately started playing the sequel, because I couldn’t wait to play more. And as much as I had fun playing through Bayonetta, that first level alone in 2 was enough to let me know that I’m in for an even better and crazier ride. To be honest, I’ve been shocked at how much I’ve been enjoying playing these games, as I’m not usually that big into action fighting games – like Devil May Cry – but there’s just something about the accessibility of it all, and the scale of the levels and creatures that I so love. In fact, it gives me some of the same feelings of awe that I had when I played through Asura’s Wrath, which is a game I really loved. Oh, and I’m absolutely in love with the character of Bayonetta, she’s my kinda gal.