Both the first game and the second installment are being ported the new hybrid console. So here we are with the femme fatale's return, yet we're not done.
Anyway, we're always down for more Bayonetta, and happy she's become an unofficial Nintendo mascot. The announcement was made by Reggie who was on stage to reveal the trailer along with Geoff Keighley.
That's because Nintendo also announced that it was bringing Bayonetta 1 and 2 as a twin-pack for the Nintendo Switch, coming on February 16th. Moreover, it looks like it's going to be a Nintendo exclusive game.
These are fantastic games, and we've often talked within the team about how wonderful it'd be to have them on a portable device - that'll now happen. The Bayonetta games have been nothing short of spectacular, and if you missed out on them the first time around - you're getting those too.
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