Summary: This was the first game that I played on the XBox 360 and I was impressed by the depth of the graphics. I'm not overly fond of all that jumping around and button pushing to get from point A to point B, but if you like that type of game, it could be a very good experience for you.
Summary: There are some parts of the game that are super corny, super cheesy, and way over the top, but these parts made me laugh instead of hating them. I didn't however liked all the "button mashing" in order to fight, (made my thumbs hurt) and I also didn't like the fact that the camera system got away...
Summary: (Much like many jobs.) Most of this game is tremendous fun. The graphics and design are fun. Exploring the world is great. Most of the fighting is cool. Unfortunately, the negatives are a major frustration. The Angel Attack mini-game is annoying and comes up after every level.
Summary: OK, so I purchased this game thinking I was going to love it. I'm a huge Devil May Cry Fan. Actually DMC games are about the only games I play-through multiple times. Everything else I beat once and I'm done. I figured Bayonetta was DMC taken to the next level.
Summary: This game is a huge bucket load of fun and if you enjoy battering the living daylights out of some peculiar and nightmarish looking enemies as a half-naked, leather-clad witch, then look no further.
Like Devil May Cry, with slightly more cleavage shots...!
15 May 2010
Summary: I was amazed at this game when I played it, it is incredibly like Devil May Cry!! Only our heroine prefers to show off a lot more flesh and writhe around sexily rather than just a few quick sarcastic jibes and moody pouting like our good friend Dante.
Summary: Coming from the creators of the wonderful, and extremely deep 'Okami', I expected a lot from this. As a Devil May Cry clone it's basically a button masher, which is okay in short doses but I found myself with sore fingers and a rising feeling of repetition and boredom after half an hour or so...