Bayonetta 2 was one of the very best games the Wii U had to offer, a beautifully chaotic action adventure that set a new standard for the genre back in 2014. It was a game that likely slipped under a lot of peoples radars too, being a sequel that no one anticipated for a console few would have chosen let alone owned, funded by a company not exactly known for its adult-focused releases. Strong reception or not, it felt like one of those one-off Nintendo experiments that didnt find an audience. Of course, Nintendo would catch us all off guard once more at last years The Game Awards by announcing a third entry in the series for Switch. Not only that but wed be given one more chance to experience the second (and original) game on the device too an offer no one should pass on.