Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon will be released tomorrow, March 17, exclusively on Nintendo Switch. The game's production will be demonstrated in Italy with an illustration by James Bevilacqua, the famous author of A Panda Likes.
The artwork by Bevilacqua "immortalizes the two protagonists of this new and enchanting adventure," according to the press release, reproducing "the unique graphic style of the title, a fairy tale that explains one of Nintendo's most iconic female characters."
PlatinumGames has done a fantastic job again this time, revisiting its well-known action series as part of a sort of pastel-colored, accessible, and engaging prequel, as you might have seen in our review of Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon.
"Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon" is a major shift in direction compared to the original story, which has become well-known throughout the world due to its nature as an action game and the charisma of the protagonist.
The Japanese development company has chosen to tell the birth of the Witch of Umbra in a unique and iconic manner, reducing the spectacularness of the person who gave the tale its name and helping little Cereza to face her fears as she seeks for the magical ability to save her mother.
Cereza is, in fact, a youngster who wants to be strong and self-confident and who, before she becomes "Bayonetta," will have to go through the forbidden forest of Avalon with the evil demon Cheshire.