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Bayonetta 3 Switch XCI Free Download GAMESPACK.NET What’s the greatest pure action game series of all time? Is it Ninja Gaiden? Max Payne? Devil May Cry or something else entirely? Whatever your own personal preferences in this regard, one certainty is that there are only a handful of franchises which have truly managed to knock it out of the park with regards to serving up a nigh-on perfect parade of absolute bangers. With Bayonetta 3, PlatinumGames’ series gets to take its place very high up this most exclusive of lists, as this latest outing for their unstoppable Umbra Witch makes for a pretty much untouchable hack-and-slash trilogy. It’s been a very long wait, eight whole years in total, since we last stepped into the gun-strapped shoes of everyone’s favourite angel hunter, but she’s finally back and faster, better, and stronger than ever. We didn’t dare believe that Bayonetta 3 could live up to the showstopping highs of its superlative predecessors, but within just the first hour or so of this third helping of absolute chaos, we knew we were in for something truly special. TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

Bayonetta 3 Switch XCI Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Bayonetta 3 Switch XCI Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

What PlatinumGames has served up here is a threequel that takes the delicious core combat of the first two Bayonetta games, that finely balanced masterwork of considered combos and carefully timed dodges, and adds a bunch of new mechanics that raise the whole thing up to an entirely new level without the slightest negative affect on what makes this series feel so fantastic in the first place. We had our concerns that Bayonetta 3’s Infernal Demons, those great big showy monstrosities you can now summon to fight by your side, could shift the balance away from the fantastically tight combos and Witch Time magic that’s made these games such an endless joy to return to repeatedly over the years, but we’re actually getting to have our cake and eat it here as this is the best this series’ combat has ever been. The screen-shaking side-kicks you can now call on to assist you in battle are such a fantastic fit, such a perfectly realised addition to the madness, that we honestly can’t imagine a Bayo game without them going forward.

Every Witch, Everywhere, All at Once

Summoning a great big Godzilla-style reptile, sexy demon butterfly lady, enormous hell spider, poison rain-spewing frog, or charging crimson war train to cut through your enemies with the touch of a button takes a moment or two to get used to, that’s for sure, but once you’ve got the hang of it you’ll never look back. Each and every infernal demon in the game has its own set of moves to get to grips with, they all imbue Bayonetta with new weapons and methods of traversal to add to her already generous array of tricks and skills, and they’ve been layered into the combat in such a way that you can’t just spam them willy-nilly, you need to consider when to deploy them — during Witch Time is always a good shout — lest your enemies tear them to shreds and you temporarily lose the ability to summon them in a tight spot.  Bayonetta 3’s biggest new additions add a delightful new wrinkle to core combat that was already deliciously deep stuff, and they fit into the general mood of this third adventure perfectly, too. Fetish Locator Week Two

Bayonetta 3 Switch XCI Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Bayonetta 3 Switch XCI Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Everything about this game is extreme, as you would hope. It’s no-holds-barred stuff; crazy, camp, OTT mayhem that flits from one massive battle to the next, throwing new mechanics into the mix here, there, and everywhere for one-off sequences and never resting on its laurels as its blasts you across the globe and through a multiverse of massive enemies, returning characters and surprises aplenty. You’ve then got multiple playable protagonists to add to this delirious mix. Again, we weren’t sure about this at first. Do we really want to relinquish control of the sublime Bayonetta to spend time as Jeanne or Viola? As it turns out, absolutely we do. Viola plays a significant part in the plot here, a plot we’ll be spoiling absolutely none of in this review, and she’s a surprisingly different proposition to Bayo, a hard-hitting fighter who’s not as quick on her feet, she makes up for her lack of grace with some ferocious combos of sword attacks that see her absolutely whaling on enemies, her lack of discipline and experience showing through in how she completely loses it during extended flurries.

Big Hair, Don’t Care

The biggest difference in taking control of Viola, though, is that her version of Witch Time is activated not by dodging, but by blocking with her sword. It sounds like a small change, but those slinky Bayo dodges are baked into our brains at this stage and so it takes a little time to remember, you may find yourself getting battered as you struggle to get to grips with it — and these early moments are when you’ll question the wisdom of having Viola take control for entire chapters — but stick with it and it all clicks into place. Jeanne also gets her own series of side missions, stages which switch the action to a side-scrolling perspective for stealth-centric segments of Mission Impossible-styled espionage. Again, we weren’t sure when the first one of these side sorties kicked off, but the sheer style and confidence in how they’ve been added to the mix sells it all and the narrative strand here feeds back nicely into the main campaign as the game reaches it’s absolutely off-the-wall climax. FIFA 22

Bayonetta 3 Switch XCI Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Bayonetta 3 Switch XCI Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

There are smaller tweaks to the action here, too, with more streamlined switching out of weapons being one of the most welcome changes. There’s no more need to consider each of Bayo’s limbs individually, you can simply place your favourite weapons as sets in the pause menu and then switch them out on the fly as you batter your way through battles, mixing up your guns and your traversal options as needed depending on the challenges you’re currently facing. There are so many moving parts; the multiple protagonists, infernal demons, weapons, traversal methods…absolutely tons of stuff to get your head around, and it’s incredible really that it all fits together as wonderfully as it does. Bayonetta 3 is gaming’s own multiverse saga, beating the MCU to the punch. After New York is attacked by a plague of man-made bioweapons dubbed the Homonculi, Bayonetta learns that a mysterious villain called Singularity is looking to destroy the layers of the multiverse, leaving only their own Alphaverse.

The shadow remains cast

She agrees to team up with Viola — the riot girl who fell to Earth and who claims she met Bayonetta in another realm — to search for items called Chaos Gears hidden in other universes. It’s hard to get bored for too long in Bayonetta 3. The dimension-hopping narrative is a smart trick, as it gives the threequel a good excuse to change up the environment every few chapters. It begins in New York City, but Bayonetta is later dropped into Japan during a kaiju attack, a war-torn period of Chinese history, the deserts of Cairo, and more. It’s hard to get bored for too long in Bayonetta 3 when the adventure is constantly dishing out visual surprises till the very end. The multiverse premise is admittedly a bit underused. Rather than spinning up inventive locations that play with the alternate reality idea, it’s mostly used as a way to transport players to Earth locations throughout history. It’s more of a time travel gimmick than a multiverse one, which ends up feeling like a bit of a missed opportunity in the long run.

Bayonetta 3 Switch XCI Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Bayonetta 3 Switch XCI Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

This is the lengthiest Bayonetta game to date by a few hours, but some of those extra chapters end up feeling like narrative filler as the game gets into its back half. Instead of going all-out with locations, Bayonetta 3 swings for the fences when it comes to gameplay, going beyond the series’ normal hack-and-slash action (though there’s plenty of that, which I’ll get to shortly). One sidequest has me playing a 2D version of Metal Gear Solid where I need to stealthily explore a facility as Bayonetta’s witch pal Jeanne. Another chapter has me riding a demon spider as it scales the rooftops of a city mid-monster attack. A couple of moments like that with the series’ already larger-than-life battles and you’ve got the perfect recipe for a character-driven action game that drops a brick on the gas pedal and does spin kicks in the back seat while the car barrels down the highway. Not all of its little gameplay diversions are as finely polished as its core combat, but I was rarely bothered by that fact.

Even the sloppiest ones are still delightfully ridiculous left turns that make Bayonetta 3 a thrill to play from start to finish. If you’re looking for the perfect popcorn experience, one that’s 100% confident in its silliness, you might want to look to your Switch screen rather than the big silver one. As with any Platinum game, combat is still the star of the show. Like previous games, Bayonetta 3 delivers plenty of fast-paced hack-and-slash combat. What’s always especially impressive about the series is just how deep the fighting systems go, as players gain access to what often feels like a limitless amount of moves and combos. That’s as true as ever in Bayonetta 3, especially thanks to a host of new weapons that each have their own unlockable moves. Witch Time returns too, and is still the series’ crown jewel. When dodging at the right moment (and Platinum is generous about when that moment is), time slows down for a few seconds, allowing Bayonetta to get some free combos in on her Homonculi foes. FINAL FANTASY VII REMAKE INTERGRADE

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