Since its first release in 2009, Bayonetta’s third work, which has confirmed its position among action game fans by presenting two works, was released on October 28th.
The Bayonetta series is a game that is characterized by conveying a unique sensibility by matching the B-grade sensibility that causes laughter by being too stylish and the fast action.
The scenes where two serious opponents suddenly have a sexual dance contest or the scene where the main character pole dances to jazz music in the end of a serious staff are elements that reveal the characteristics of the Bayonetta series.
Released on the Nintendo Switch, Bayonetta 3 is a game that diversifies the operating system a little more and makes the most of directing. The unique character of the newly added character also attracts attention.
In particular, since it is an action game, action development is very welcome. With the addition of the monster summoning system, the fun of directly controlling the beast, and the addition of the skill tree stimulate different types of play, so you can enjoy a battle that is definitely different from the previous work.
The active use of mini-game elements that add elements from other genres is also impressive. Each element is something I’ve tried in other games, but all those elements are combined in one game, and each scene has strong direction, giving a different kind of fun.
The unique character is still there. Previously, Bayonetta focused on revealing her cynical appearance, but this time, she also shows a somewhat human appearance, giving her current followers the fun to observe.
However, due to the limited performance of the device called Nintendo Switch, it is unfortunate that frame drops become severe or characters appear rough.
Of course, since it is a game developed with investment from Nintendo, it is only natural that it was released on the Nintendo Switch, but since the direction itself is a charming game, I can’t help but feel that I want to taste it. with more colorful graphics.