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I just hope Bayonetta 3 is still on track; after 14 months since its reveal and absolutely nothing being shown it's starting to feel a lot like the whole Prime 4 situation where things went pear-shaped.



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curl-6 said:

I just hope Bayonetta 3 is still on track; after 14 months since its reveal and absolutely nothing being shown it's starting to feel a lot like the whole Prime 4 situation where things went pear-shaped.

Don't scare me like that. 

It will be at E3, don't worry. Prime 4 was announced almost exactly 6 months before Bayonetta 3, and it's only been 1 month since the cancellation and recreating of Metroid Prime 4. So give Bayonetta 3 another 5 months at least. 



curl-6 said:

I just hope Bayonetta 3 is still on track; after 14 months since its reveal and absolutely nothing being shown it's starting to feel a lot like the whole Prime 4 situation where things went pear-shaped.

Hopefully it has a big E3 re-reveal. Speaking of which, E3 could be pretty damn good this year, although we already know about Bayonetta 3, Animal Crossing, Luigi's Mansion 3 & Pokemon Gen 8 E3 will likely have the first actual footage and/or blowout for them.

On top of that, there is always at least a couple surprise 1st/2nd party announcements.

I try to keep my hype in check for any Direct/E3 but this year really should be quite good.



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Yeah I'm holding out hope Bayo 3 will be at E3 but I expected it to see it at last year's E3 too, and at the VGAs, so it's hard to muster much confidence for fear of yet more crushing disappointment. It's my single most wanted game and it feels like the universe has decided that what curl-6 wants he shan't be allowed to have, lulz (Prime 4 case in point)

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Wyrdness said:
alejollorente10 said:
The director of Bayonetta 2 has left PlatinumGames. I can already see people panicking.

It's sadly not the case but not the reactions you think the Bayo community unfortunately have some clowns with in it and some are more making a sigh a of relief because of a rift between B1 and B2 fans in how both games play. For anyone not deep into action games and the depth of Bayonetta it's widely considered the combat in the first game is more intricate but the second game is structured a lot better to playthrough so as you imagine some hardcore B1 fans are some what glad as it now confirms Kamiya is heading the third game.

I prefer the first game but still wished him well as ultimately the second game was still great but man some of these clowns are straight up vile.

The combat of Bayonetta 2 feels more fluid and controls much more precise. Anyway, I love the two games although I have a certain preference for Bayonetta 2.



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curl-6 said:

Yeah I'm holding out hope Bayo 3 will be at E3 but I expected it to see it at last year's E3 too, and at the VGAs, so it's hard to muster much confidence for fear of yet more crushing disappointment. It's my single most wanted game and it feels like the universe has declared that what curl-6 wants he shan't be allowed to have, lulz (Prime 4 case in point)

I think E3 last year was always a bit too hopeful seeing as everyone expected it to come in 2019 at best. This year, definitely a much bigger chance of seeing it at E3, though I wouldn't get my hopes up either.

Edit: we will get Astral Chain, though, so I'm more than okay with the situation.



If there's one thing we've learned from all this ... with Bayonetta and Metroid ... it's that when Nintendo says "Now in development" they mean it very literally Hahahaha

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curl-6 said:

Yeah I'm holding out hope Bayo 3 will be at E3 but I expected it to see it at last year's E3 too, and at the VGAs, so it's hard to muster much confidence for fear of yet more crushing disappointment. It's my single most wanted game and it feels like the universe has decided that what curl-6 wants he shan't be allowed to have, lulz (Prime 4 case in point)

I definitely see where you're coming from, plus you're a natural pessimist , but Platinum seems pretty damn consistent and has very good output. I know Scalebound was cancelled but I feel like that was more Microsoft's fault than Platinum's.



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zorg1000 said:
curl-6 said:

Yeah I'm holding out hope Bayo 3 will be at E3 but I expected it to see it at last year's E3 too, and at the VGAs, so it's hard to muster much confidence for fear of yet more crushing disappointment. It's my single most wanted game and it feels like the universe has decided that what curl-6 wants he shan't be allowed to have, lulz (Prime 4 case in point)

I definitely see where you're coming from, plus you're a natural pessimist , but Platinum seems pretty damn consistent and has very good output. I know Scalebound was cancelled but I feel like that was more Microsoft's fault than Platinum's.

Guilty as charged haha. I didn't used to be, I just kinda became that way over the last 6-7 years as a way of trying to protect myself from disappointment I guess. I have been making a conscious effort this year to be more optimistic.



alejollorente10 said:

The combat of Bayonetta 2 feels more fluid and controls much more precise. Anyway, I love the two games although I have a certain preference for Bayonetta 2.

The second is more fluid and precise but it lacks certain intricacies due to certain changes in the system for example they removed stun from bullet artes and otg mechanics, you also can't launch any enemy that is higher than mid tier with out witch time which restricts certain applications in combat the are a number of issues but then the are a number of fixes the second brought as not only is it more fluid and responsive but it got rid of the horrid qtes, the second game's approach also added more emphasis on set ups in playing the mechanics making accessories more impactful and far better levels, bosses and structure.

What happens is generally B1 becomes a lot more rewarding in exploring its combat but B2 is much better to play through as a game and the series has this rift.