It has been common knowledge for a while that Bayonetta 2 will be coming exclusively to Nintendo’s Wii U, but here in lies quite a problem, until last year I didn’t have a clue what Bayonetta was and when I saw the game I wondered why is there a 2 in the name, I was not even aware there was a 1. This is the problem presented to Nintendo fans we have no prior knowledge of the Bayonetta franchise and while we could look it up on the internet watching who knows how many videos about the lore and the characters, and the ideas, it just seems easier to try to figure out a way to play the original but I beg the question to you how?
Now don’t go straining those brain muscles to hard trying to figure out the best places to get a copy and then going to the effort to dust off your 360 or Playstation 3 when there is a much simpler option. Nintendo announced in the trailer during the digital event that Bayonetta one would also be released to the Wii U, don’t expect to find the game separate at your local retailer as Bayonetta 2 includes the original game on disc which is essentially two games for the price of one. Not to mention that there are several other goodies in store with this Nintendo exclusivity, you will be able to put Bayonetta in Nintendo costumes such as Samus and even Link which is a nice little fan service.