Ragnarok does have the better overall conclusion, but Bayo 3 still has the better gameplay. Though I didn't find it ending as terrible as most fans and shippers make out to be. My problem with Ragnarok is the same I had with the previous game, the forced walking sections that go on for too long and just should have been a cut scene. Bayonetta 3 has a similar problem, though its forced walking only last for about 10 to 15 seconds, but there's at least 10 of them peppered throughout the game. This game I still find better than the original Bayonetta game in term of weapons, set pieces, and more open level design.My one big "mistake" was playing this after that absolutely breath-taking Ragnarok. Both go for that fast action+story thing, so they're similar in my head space for that reason, and Ragnarok is much more fulfilling and awesome that it really highlights how Bayo3 is just a pretty decent action game for like 5-10 years ago.
I didn't think I'd "feel" how old this game feels but I did.
Originally they wanted this game to be open world/semi-open world, and according to Kamiya, that is what they'll be experimenting on next.Bayo4 comes out on newer console(s) I do have, they're going to have to really change things up to capture my interes
Gaming Brit didn't like the game overall. Whatever, but I will offer counterpoints.
I know I didn't say uhm. I know this is a shock to you, but the third game hints at this, when with a hidden chapter you get certain collectibles that unlocks it. It's a preview chapter of what is to come next. I am more than excited. Love the Okami style presentation.I, uh... ok, I guess that's a thing...?
You didn't. When I tried to quote you (but removed the video link so it potentially wouldn't blow up the message size a bunch) the quote just disappeared from my response entirely. So I had to put something there.I know I didn't say uhm.
Visually it's nice. Dunno if it's my jam thoughI know this is a shock to you, but the third game hints at this, when with a hidden chapter you get certain collectibles that unlocks it. It's a preview chapter of what is to come next. I am more than excited. Love the Okami style presentation.
Oh well, it is for me. Platinum can't be doing the same thing all the time. They were doing other style of games when they were Clover Studios. And even when they became Platinum, they had different types of (action) games to start off with.Visually it's nice. Dunno if it's my jam though