Bayonetta is one of those unsung gems of the current generation of gaming. It’s a fast paced, kinetic, rewarding third person action/brawler with some tight controls, fluid combat, and that uniquely Japanese sensibility to its story that treads a fine line between insanity and tastelessness. While it didn’t rake in the dough on either the Xbox 360 or the PS3 (though it was used heavily as a reference point in console war arguments due to the shoddy PS3 port) Nintendo saw fit to come to the rescue of Platinum Games and publish the sequel, so unsurprisingly, this is a Wii U exclusive. And what an exclusive it is. Of all the games available at Nintendo’s E3, this is the one that felt the least “Nintendo,” and makes action fans genuinely sad if they don’t own a Wii U.