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Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon is a gorgeous and gimmicky breath of fresh air

A watercolor painting of a girl with long braids, a block dress, and stockings, pirouetting in a patch of glowing grass. Behind her, a snarling smile and two cleaning eyes hover in a shadow.
Art from Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon. | PlatinumGames / Nintendo

PlatinumGames’ new Bayonetta prequel for the Nintendo Switch is a breezy change of pace for the series that exceeds by keeping combat simple and satisfying.

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