Bayonetta Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 8.6/10

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Bayonetta Reviews

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Bright Hub 5/5 Jan 28 '10
ZT Game Domain 9/10 Jan 04 '10
1UP A- Dec 22 '09
Destructoid 8.0/10 Jan 07 '10
GameSpot 8.0/10 Jan 04 '10
IGN PS3 8.2/10 Dec 22 '09
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Bayonetta Previews

website publish date article rating Aug 18 '08
GameZone Jul 16 '08
IGN AU Mar 18 '09
VG Arabia Dec 07 '09
GameSpot Nov 05 '09
Gamespy Jun 05 '09
IGN PS3 Nov 06 '09
IGN PS3 Nov 06 '09
Kombo PS3 Jun 10 '09
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"Bayonetta is essentially a sequel masquerading as an original game. It's not a "nice first attempt." It's not short. It's not a foundation lacking features and variety and whatever else reviewers like to complain about. It has the kind of heft usually reserved for the second or third game in a franchise, and deserves to sit next to Assassin's Creed 2 and Uncharted 2 rather than their predecessors. That may sound like I'm heaping praise on Bayonetta -- and to a degree, I am -- but the footnote here is that it was developed by some of the people that created the original Devil May Cry, including director Hideki Kamiya, so these guys weren't exactly starting from scratch. And it shows: Bayonetta feels much more like a sequel or a side story in the Devil May Cry universe than I expected it to when I started playing, even though the two officially have nothing to do with each other."
"Bayonetta is a stunning, over the top, third-person action game which is simply dripping with style but is it worth buying? Find out more in this Bayonetta review. "
"How can one accurately describe Bayonetta? The truth is, one can't, and that makes starting a review very difficult indeed. You could list any number of adjectives that partially describe the exp..."
"We delve into the first four chapters of Sega's upcoming action adventure and get bewitched by the sassy British heroine. "
"Bayonetta on the PlayStation 3 is simultaneously gratuitous, ludicrous, and great, but it's unfortunately held back from its potential by a number of technical issues. "