The internet has been abuzz today as Platinum Games tweeted the image above clearly featuring Bayonetta. What was interesting was that the image’s colors strike a remarkable resemblance to the colorful red and blue joy cons found on the Nintendo Switch. Platinum Games furthers the tease by favoriting a comment stating that the colors were reminiscent of the Switch’s joy cons. No more details have been given thus far but we fully expect to hear something in the near future regarding the franchise and whether or not it will appear on Nintendo’s latest console. I think too many things are lining up for this NOT to happen but we will have to wait and see.
Nintendo has announced that the highly anticipated Bayonetta and Corrin DLC for Super Smash Bros will release on Wednesday, February 3rd. They showcased the two new characters late last year but now we have an official date as to when we can download the new characters.
Here is the first gameplay trailer for Bayonetta in Super Smash Bros. Nintendo revealed earlier that the popular witch will indeed be headed to the series so be sure to check out the first footage above.
Bayonetta will be available for download early next year (February). Enjoy.
A slew of news for the popular Super Smash Bros. has hit the internet today so be sure to check out the details here. For starters, players can download Cloud from the Final Fantasy series right now….As in today…. As in, stop reading this article (but do come back) and download him today! More great news regarding downloadable characters; Fire Emblems protagonist Corrin (in both male and female versions) will be joining Super Smash Bros. Wii U and 3DS in February 2016. And last, but certainly not least, Bayonetta will be making her debut in February as well.
This outstanding news came from today’s Smash-focused Nintendo Direct and is fantastic news for the fighting series. It will be interesting to see how things play out headed into next year and we expect a TON of downloads for the new characters.
Have you downloaded Cloud as of this reading? Let me know in the comments section.