Test: Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon is a minor marvel on Switch

Less than six months after the arrival of Bayonetta 3, PlatinumGames therefore delivers a new opus for its flagship saga, with a completely redesigned formula. Leave the beat’em up, the toughest witch of the tenth art embraces the path of the initiation story with Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon to participate in the prequel’s dangerous exercise. And if many licensees have broken their teeth investigating their origins (it’s you we’re reviewing DmC: Devil May Cry, poor unloved), we might as well say it outright, the PlatinumGames aesthetes more than succeeded their bet: Cereza and the Lost Demon is a miracle.

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