Bayonetta: an unofficial review
This may contain a few spoilers
First off let me start by saying I am a huge fan of video games. It's a simple fact, but a fact that can be miss leading. No I am not a male. Some of the readers of this might have jumped to that conclusion even though my name is purely female. That is not the point to this article though.
Bayonetta, a video game designed by Sega, is the main topic here. Now not many of you may have played this game but I have. I am writing this reveiw for people who may be interested in purchasing a new video game or is just looking up one of their favorites.
The graphics... ah the graphics. They are exceptional. The story line is one of mystery, seeing how through out most of the game the main charactor herself does not know much about herself. Through out the game Bayonetta is searching for a stone without knowing who she really is. She searches for the stone to try and find out more about herself, she hopes the stone holds a link to her past. Through the game new characters come in. Luka, Jeanne, and Cereza are a few of the additions to the story line as the game progresses.
I played this game through and through on all of the dificulty settings. Sure that may mean that I have no life but so be it. Bayonetta is one of the sexiest games I have played and that is saying something seeing how I am a female. Between the scimpy outfits you can purchase and the almost pole dancing fighting moves, this Umbra witch will have any man locked in her spell. You will find it hard to put the controler down.
My review, based on a scale of 1 to 5, I say this game deserves at least a 4.5.
Oh and if you do purchase this game then remember to watch all of the credits. There will be a surprise for you near the end.