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Bayonetta 2 (Wii U) Review


“The work is an audacious and expensive statement in a period of industry maturation. Bayonetta 2 churns through the uncomfortable, but executes a firm split of self-parody and empowerment. Bayonetta herself is a figure-ful conqueror of masculine evil. Bending and contorting to allow room for a camera to slip into areas oft considered inappropriate, Bayonetta issues a wink and roundhouse to one of many relic-adorned nightmares. Her playfully colored sexuality is partially a figment of her identity. She is also a defender of whole feminism, created with the foreign ideals of physical warrior-hood rather than those hidden within macho guns.”

Read my full review of Bayonetta 2 at Blogcritics

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