Wii U owners have waited long enough for a proper M for Mature-rated title on their constantly berated console, and Bayonetta 2 brings that and then some. The sultry witch returns for her second outing in October, with all packaged copies of the game including the first Bayonetta title in its entirety for no extra cost. The game was previously only released on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, so Wii owners who missed out can catch up on all dat ass for one convenient price.

In addition, our vixen protagonist takes a cue from the Wii U Tekken Tag Tournament 2 team and decides to play Nintendo dress-up, donning the outfits of at least Samus, Link and Princess Peach, no matter how garish and unusual they all make her look. It’s a fun feature, but it’s only an option for the original game. The sequel sticks to its skin-tight leather guns.

Check out the newest trailer below, and some shots of Bayo’s awkward teenage-cosplay phase further down.



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