Still only slated for '2014', despite it having more to play than most titles at E3, Platinum Games' sequel to its acclaimed but disappointing-selling combat masterpiece continues in the same vein. Again, it's absolutely batshit, the titular witch fighting chaotically atop a plane as it ploughs through a city of gigantic demons amongst skyscrapers like a bastard Transformers out-take. We found the "easier" touch-screen mode entirely unresponsive, so turned to classic controls and the magic kicked in. Quite how Nintendo's traditional demographic will take an almost naked woman crying orgasmically as she slays baddies in floods of gore remains to be seen.
UK Release date: 2014 | Trailer: Bayonetta 2
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Want to know what are the best Nintendo Wii U games you need to buy? Here's T3's essential Wii U UK titles that should be on the shopping list...
Nintendo's latest offerings were more than pleasing. Despite wavering third party support, what we saw at E3 2013 suggests that there might be life in the Wii U yet...
It's fair to say that the Wii U has been getting a bit of a battering in the last few months, from us as well as others. But at E3, Nintendo unveiled a few glimmers of hope for their latest console, including a few old favourites as well as some new, exciting games. Here are the Wii U games that really caught our eye at E3 2013, and some top titles that should already be in your collection.