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Demo currently available on PSN via a dummy Japanese account. 360 demo available to Gold Japanese Live accounts, or by downloading and burning the demo rip to a DVD-R.
Quote: For those of you who have already seen trailers of the game, the gameplay mechanics are very similar to those found in Devil May Cry. Bayonetta moves around lavish, 3D environments, fighting enemies with an assortment of flashy moves and powerful weapons. Battles are very arena-like, as you progress from one section of the stage to another in a fairly linear sequence. Clearly, the highlight of the game's design is not the environmental exploration but the action.
And what action it is. Bayonetta can equip weapons on both hands and both of her feet, making her an extremely versatile hero. There's nothing quite as badass as blowing away rabid cherub monsters with gun-stilettos, and such a thing is commonplace in the Bayonetta world. Not only can our warrior use these more common weapons, but her hair is also a weapon in and of itself. Bayonetta can use dark magic to transform her hair into giant fists and feet, crushing enemies with an incredibly slick attack. She can also create torture devices like guillotines and iron maidens to finish her enemies in one swift motion.