Bayonetta 2 was one of the very best games the Wii U had to offer, a beautifully chaotic action adventure that set a new standard for the genre back in 2014. It was a game that likely slipped under a lot of people’s radars too, being a sequel that no one anticipated for a console few would have chosen let alone owned, funded by a company not exactly known for its adult-focused releases. Strong reception or not, it felt like one of those one-off Nintendo experiments that didn’t find an audience. Of course, Nintendo would catch us all off guard once more at last year’s The Game Awards by announcing a third entry in the series for Switch. Not only that but we’d be given one more chance to experience the second (and original) game on the device too – an offer no one should pass on.