[ND] New Bayonetta Gets A Trailer – Will Cereza’s Fresh Adventure Be Worth Checking Out?! [VIDEO]

Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon surprised us with a strange premise that didn’t seem to fit the series at all. But it gradually convinced us to give it a chance.



For players used to the frantic action and hit-multiplier combos of the previous instalments, Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon couldn’t have seemed stranger. However, while its presentation caught us off guard, there’s something charming about this reimagining of the series. Details revealed at the recent Nintendo Direct made this even more apparent. The company wanted to delve deeper into the game’s combat mechanics and environment and, in doing so, answered some common questions.


The new Bayonetta’s interesting combat system


Cereza sets out with more hope than opportunity. Although she is on her way to becoming an epoch-making sorceress, she is unable to inflict direct damage on enemies. Fortunately, he soon meets Cheshire, an otherworldly demon with no shortage of aggression. Our job as players will be to control these two entities simultaneously. The human will be indispensable in certain areas of exploration. She will carry the tactical weight of the fight, blocking the enemy’s movements or annoying them with various spells, but it will be the monster who will destroy them.






This dynamic division of tasks, while not offering anything we haven’t seen before, promises to be very interesting.


It’s a formulaic change that complements the franchise’s aesthetic renewal. It also promises a unique relationship between the characters. In addition, our strange pet will evolve as the game progresses, gaining different aspects and combat abilities. Its new abilities will even be necessary for exploration. They will allow us to open up certain areas of the game that may initially seem inaccessible.

It would be a lie to say that the game from the first minute seduced us. But over time, we came to love it. The truth is that what has been presented so far looks very good, even if it breaks with everything we know about the saga. We’ll see how the game turns out when it’s released for Nintendo Switch on March 17, 2023.

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