Bayonetta 3 is a solid action game. Packed with lots of spectacle, flair and diverse combat, the 3D hack-and-slash proved to be deserving of the Best Action Game award of 2022. Unfortunately, that award doesn't soften the blow of the controversy and fan-splitting decisions surrounding the game. Paired with the directors' handling of these situations, the future of the franchise looks grim
Nintendo and PlatinumGames explain how Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon came to be as part of a new interview.
PlatinumGames has released the first of a four-part documentary examining the development of Bayonetta 3. It's jam-packed with fascinating anecdotes from the team, including a rather surprising revelation from the game's director, Yusuke Miyata.
Miyata confirmed that Hideki Kamiya, creator of the Bayonetta franchise, approached him directly to offer up the role of the sequel's director. However, instead of jumping at the opportunity, Miyata was initially hesitant and was worried that Kamiya himself would interfere in the project too much.
Fans of Bayonetta rejoice, a number of official shirts, phone cases, and more based off the various entries were revealed. - IS