Showing posts with label Bayonetta. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Bayonetta. Show all posts

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Super Smash Bros. Comes to Nintendo Switch

Back in February 2018, we talked about a rumor of a new title for Nintendo Switch, which probably is the new Super Smash Bros. Nintendo eventually put that rumor to rest by announcing bringing the game to Switch later sometime of this year in one of their latest presentation. Also, a teaser trailer was dropped to make the fans grasping for some air as they wait for the title in anticipation.

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Super Smash Bros. Comes to Nintendo Switch

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Witness the first official teaser trailer for crossover fighting game Super Smash Bros. announced by Nintendo for Switch on 2018.




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The short length trailer opens up with a boy and girl from another successful Nintendo franchise Splatoon, engaging in a paint- shooting. As their battle become more intense, suddenly the world around them goes black and the girl looks around confused. A huge fiery Smash Bros. emblem is seen on the horizon and silhouettes of the possible fighting characters can be seen with Link and Mario. The Inklings from Splatoon are much likely to join the battle this time.

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Nintendo's Super Smash Bros. series is renowned for assembling various popular characters like Link, Mario and Samus from their fan-favorite titles. Back in 1999, they brought these famous characters together for an all-out brawl to create one of the most successful crossover-fighting game series ever. Protagonists of other third party games like Bayonetta, Mega Man, Metal Gear, Pac-Man and Sonic the Hedgehog also joined the rumble in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

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So, it was only fitting when the Super Smash Bros. game finally finds its way to the Nintendo Direct announcement lately.  Now what everyone has been debating about after the trailer is that if the new game is going to be an original title for Switch or just a port version of 2014 Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. If we consider the failed history of Wii U to deliver successful games in the past, then it probably is going to be an enhanced port for Nintendo Switch.

Monday, January 29, 2018

Bayonetta and Bayonetta 2 Nintendo Switch Reveal Trailer

By now, you all probably know that the popular action-adventure hack and slash video game series from PlatinumGames is finally making its way to the Nintendo Switch. Yes, we are talking about the Bayonetta series and the first two games of the franchise are making their Switch debut very soon. Also, a third game of the series; Bayonetta 3 is also announced by Nintendo back in December, 2017.

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Beyonetta and Beyonetta 2 Comes to Nintendo Switch

Today, Nintendo just dropped a brand-new reveal trailer for Bayonetta and Bayonetta 2 on Nintendo Switch and we got that right here for you.




With this new trailer, our favorite heroine will returns to the butt-kicking business with her dual-wielding hand guns into the world of Switch. Though fans are no stranger to the titular sexy which Bayonetta and her rogue enemies, a sort of re-introduction of the crazy world she strives to save from demons and magical creatures is given in brief to the newcomers and for the series veterans to refresh their memories as well.

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As her pair of guns (no pun intended) weren't enough as weapons, she masterfully uses her hair against the monstrosities that opposes her. You will get some idea of how the experience of playing the games in co-op could be with a brief look at the "Tag Climax" mode, which aids you with local multiplayer support and the person you intend to play this with will need a Switch version of the game. Players can unlock various costumes and weapons too as they play just like it was in the original titles.

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The Umbran Witch Returns

RELATED: Bayonetta 3 Revealed for Nintendo Switch

Both Bayonetta 1 and Bayonetta 2 will see release on Nintendo Switch this upcoming February 16, 2018. Though the first game will be available to purchase from retailer stores, the second installment will only be available for digital download and both titles will feature contents same as the original version that came out for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

Thursday, December 7, 2017

Bayonetta and Bayonetta 2 for Nintendo Switch

The Game Awards 2017 was an event of many exciting announcements and Nintendo had some up their sleeves for Nintendo Switch owners too. Apparently, Bayonetta and Bayonetta 2 are heading towards Switch and this is actually true. Now, the two games will come in a bundle but only Bayonetta 2 will come out as a physical copy and players have to get the first game of the series digitally.

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Bayonetta 1 and 2 for Nintendo Switch

This Bayonetta bundle will be headed towards Switch on February 16, 2017 and we already know that there is a third game in development stage. So, as long as Bayonetta 3 doesn't come out and if you have a Switch, it would be only logical to get these two games and keep playing.

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Now let's discuss the pricing of the two games for a moment to clear things out. The physical copy for the two games will cost you $60 and it will get you a code for Bayonetta digital download. If you buy Bayonetta 2 from Nintendo Switch eShop, you will be charged $50 and then you can get the first game of the series for only $10. However, if you just want to purchase Bayonetta from the Switch eShop then you just have to spend $30 and for another $30 you can get Bayonetta 2 as well.

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The first Bayonetta game was released on PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in 2009. Then on 2014, came a Wii U version of it and Bayonetta 2 came along for the same platform. Those who hadn't had a Wii U device have missed the chance to experience the guilty pleasures of the hack and slash fun it offers. Bayonetta and Bayonetta 2 are one of the finest action games that PlatinumGames have ever created.