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Does Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon require the completion of Bayonetta 1, 2, and 3?
Playing Bayonetta 1, 2, and 3 is not required to play Bayonetta Origins
Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon does not need you to have played or completed the previous three Bayonetta games. If you’re unfamiliar with the series, don’t worry about spoilers because they’re simply references.
The game takes 15 hours to finish on casual gameplay.
What is Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon?
Prequel to Bayonetta 3
For fans and veterans of the game, Bayonetta Origins will serve as a prequel to Bayonetta 3. It follows Cereza, an umbral witch-in-training, on her travels. Cereza encounters the intriguing demon Cheshire on a trip through the forbidden Avalon Forest in quest of her mother before becoming the competent witch Bayonetta.
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Synergetic Combat Gameplay
The Bayonetta series is known for its fast-paced and often challenging combat which allows players to link a variety of weapons and magic attacks to perform stylish combos. In the prequel, Cereza plays a more supportive role where she binds or hinders enemies for Cheshire to defeat.
Unlike the first three games in the series where Bayonetta (Cereza) normally battles foes head-on by herself, Bayonetta Origins will require Cereza and Cheshire to work as a team to get through each encounter. Players can use the left joy con to control Cereza who can cast Umbran magic to immobilize or weaken enemies. Cheshire, meanwhile, can perform powerful demonic attacks and is operated using the right joy con.
Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon Game Controls
Each character has a unique skill tree with various moves and abilities players can unlock using materials collected throughout the game. Using Cereza and Cheshire’s individual strengths, players can experiment to discover creative ways to take down enemies found in Avalon Forest.
Visuals and Art Style
Bayonetta Origins adopts colorful cel-shaded graphics which give the game a storybook fairy-tale vibe. The game’s visual departure from earlier entries in the franchise is obviously intended to enhance the storybook feel of Cereza and Cheshire’s adventure. Players will be treated to vibrant colors that give life to Avalon Forest and the strange creatures inhabiting it.
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