I first played the Bayonetta franchise on PlayStation 3, and many of you may imagine why that wasn’t a good idea: it was painful to play because of the very unstable frame rate, so I dropped it waiting for a porting somewhere else.
The porting actually was announced with a sequel on Nintendo Wii U, and I couldn’t resist the opportunity.
I finally had the chance to play Bayonetta with a more stable frame rate, I fell in love with the quick and funny gameplay and my feelings grew stronger with Bayonetta 2, since the sequel took everything from the previous games and improved any single detail.
Right now I’m dying to see news about Bayonetta 3, but I guess it will be one of my games of the next decade!
I’ve been playing videogames since 1998. From 2012 to 2019 I wrote for many italian websites dedicated to videogames, but, after a long hiatus, I decided to open my own blog.
Besides videogames, I play Dungeon & Dragons 5e and I enjoy writing/reading mystery novels. I also love to cross stitch while watching movies and TV shows.