Let’s Playthrough: Bayonetta (Wii U version) Conclusion

Well as we reached the end of the game (yes really) I’ve learned a lot from this title: lollipops can help you recover from the gravest of injuries, giving strange black men the remains of angel demons is always a good idea, and of course hair is the greatest power in the universe. Thanks Bayonetta!      

Let’s Playthrough: Bayonetta (Wii U version) Part 16

 

Well people we reached our end, thanks you for…. WHAT! It’s not over yet?! For all that is game, Bayonetta is such tease man… Oh well, let’s beat up daddy.

Let’s Playthrough: Bayonetta (Wii U version) Part 15

 

Forget whatever this building is called, it should be renamed: “The Tower of Pain!!!” You’ll see why in a minute…

Games & Gear of 2015: Runbow (2015)

Runbow

 

I call it competitive running, others call it indie Smash Bros, both would be a correct assessment. This Wii U exclusive has players control one of several singular-colored runners with one of two goals to complete; outrun and survive. EZ right, especially for a platformer – wrong… In addition of other players smacking, smash, and butt stomping you into a bottomless pit; Runbow stages are always changing due to the changing of the background color. Green platforms will disappear when the green background rolls in, red pillars will form when the screen goes red and so forth. The challenge and replay ability is through the roof and racing is only the tip of the iceberg. The game has modes, challenges, ironman stages (called The Bowhemoth), time trials, costumes, online play, and even secret characters. Now I’m going to be honest with you people right now; really don’t play ‘indie’ games – I’ve been playing games a loooooooong time and ‘indie’ games are games done better years ago. Runbow is not those ‘indie games’, its actually an original idea done very well and I’ll be more than happy to buy this game anytime this year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Let’s Playthrough: Bayonetta (Wii U version) Part 14

 

Cruise missile – the only way to fly.

Let’s Playthrough: Bayonetta (Wii U version) Part 13

 

I said this before and I’ll say it again: we’re pretty close to the end people. But before we meet our maker there’s the matter of the boss that looks like a Battleship in our way. Don’t worry – Backlash got this!

 

 

 

 

Let’s Playthrough: Bayonetta (Wii U version) Part 12

 

Note: Sorry guys, but there were a few technical difficulties in this video and I’ve edited around them to the best of my ability – I’m sure it will be fine (crosses fingers).

Anyway what’s better than Snakes on a Plane? Witches on a Plane of course! And I mean that quite literally, forget gremlins; Bayo will be all over that wing…man! Sorry, couldn’t help it.