Bayonetta 2 is a game that logically shouldn't exist. The original was the result of a collaboration between Platinum Games and Sega, directed by Devil May Cry director Hideki Kamiya. Sales of the game were great for Platinum, but not good enough to get other publishers on board for a sequel. Into this gap stepped Nintendo, who funded Bayonetta 2 for an exclusive release on the Wii U. Did Bayonetta and the Wii U make magic together?
Hell yeah they did.