Bayonetta Origins: every review score of the Bayonetta prequel so far
We’ve gathered all of the review scores for Bayonetta Origins from around the internet and global video game media to find out how the game is doing.
This coming Friday one of the most peculiar launches of the month arrives in stores, Bayonetta Origins: Cereza & The Lost Demon, the prequel to the original trilogy. Until then, we can read the various reviews that have been published since Tuesday, March 14, which was when the text embargo was lifted, and that we have compiled in this article.
Here at MeriStation we gave it a 7.5. "It's a nice adventure that goes beyond being the prequel to the original trilogy. The proposal brings together enough quality elements to be able to be played regardless of your knowledge of the saga", and it’s also a playable and visual proposal totally different from what we’ve seen before from Platinum Games.
It is in fact its double stick mechanics, one for each character -which we could already see in Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, for example-, that has caught our attention the most, in addition to a visual presentation that’s easy on the eyes and its fantastic soundtrack. Without further ado, we leave you with all the review notes published so far.
Bayonetta Origins Review Scores
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