In an interview for the March edition of Game Informer, Bayonetta creator Hideki Kamiya made mention of a sequel to the well-received game.
nice. The series will shape up to be very good.
the game is extremely fun. I'm happy that he's looking into following up on it. in spite of the game being good as it is, there's always room for more improvements.
I'd rather see a full sequel than a spin-off. The game has enough of a following for that.
look at that, in such a short amount of time we're already getting positive feedback from the developers. lots of companies have made good games that never made it to a sequel.....and this game just so happens to NOT be that game. Platinum games i look forward to taking on an other sleeper hit masterpiece!!
bayonetta ... really? It's good, but hell if I call it a masterpiece (especially the ps3 version). If you beat the game, Kamiya's statement seems a little lackluster.
Are people who complained about B:AA going to complain about this? I mean they said that was way too early for a sequel, and this just came out.
I thought Bayonetta was okay but I would not buy a sequel.
Good, cuz that game rocked!
well kamiya would like to do that.many developers would like to do some games but it doesn't mean that it will.though I would love kamiya to do another sequel but putting the ps3 in his mind this time ;)
... it's obvious that the game wasn't built with that system in mind. Anyone wanting a good experience with Bayonetta would be better off playing the xbox version. What's sad is that I got accustomed to all that loading after I painfully cleared this game. It's sad, because I know I'm only playing it for the trophies now.
Yes Bayonetta is a great game but the sales aren't impressive according to VGchartz, has yet to pass 1mill combined, they should wait longer.
I'm all in for a sequel . Screw the haters , they probably didnt buy the first , why should they care about a second coming out ?
Fun game...just no where is it worth 60+ bucks for me...Value was not there, hence it was a rental and played at a friends house.. when it hits the bargain bin, I will buy it
I did buy it at that price, and I don't regret it, but I can see where you're coming from. I'm someone who loves to play through a game like this a couple of times, finish on every difficulty. So, the ten hours it took me to play on normal will be supplemented by another fifteen to get through hard (estimating how much more I'll have to replay things from...well, dying so damned much.) So, with fun gameplay that I'll gladly return to later, and at least an initial twenty five hours or so to get from the game, it was worth it. For those who will play through once on Normal, finish, and put it down probably shouldn't buy this right away, and wait until the playtime and enjoyment is parallel to the cost.
I say sequel, not spin-off. I'm really enjoying the game and the *story, which I thought was pretty compelling. Maybe they could delve into the earlier history of Vigrid and what Batonetta's life was like when she was growing up and being raised in a society of witches. Likewise I think it would be just as interesting to pick up where the first game left off. It'd be cool if say for instance Bayonetta and Jeanne formed some kind of angel hunting agency modeled after a private detective firm. Not unlike what you see in the intro to the last DMC game.
They do need to fix loading times for next sequel, besides that I thought the game was pretty good.. ..and maybe give her new costumes ( as with weapons and moves ) which could work hand-in-hand with the storyline upon a every few chapters.
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