As a Bayonetta fan, you’ve probably experienced quite a few in-game antics. But Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon isn’t your typical Bayonetta game, it lets you immerse yourself in a fantasy world full of childlike wonder. You’ll find that even your favorite girlfriend, the Umbra Witch, wasn’t always confident or skilled.
If you’re a Bayonetta series veteran, you’ll be happy that some things never change, like breaking buttons and searching for Easter eggs. Even if you’re new to Bayonetta games and it’s your first Bayonetta game, you’ve probably done a lot like everyone else.
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Ten Accidentally discover a hidden area
With all the wisps scattered about, it’s easy in the interactive environment you’re playing to get a little bit of a leg up in a place that isn’t really part of the main story. Some areas even have segments that you could accidentally slip into.
If you’re feeling like Alice in Wonderland, it might be because of the colors and storybook design, Cereza has an Alice in Wonderland-inspired costume. Because you can get lost in random areas by messing around with some objects and obstacles that make you feel like you’ve fallen into Wonderland.
9 Realize that you are ambidextrous
Controlling the iconic Umbra Witch is fun, but having to control her inner demons at the same time when her powers aren’t at their peak can be quite a challenge. Playing with Cereza and Cheshire is fun. Especially if you like solving puzzles.
But timing attacks and understanding which combinations of these two work together can be confusing at first. One character is just as important as the other, and you’ll soon be able to reach your limits.
8 appreciate art
Bayonetta games are known for their stunning environments, and this game is no exception. Except this time, the art style is unique compared to other games. We let Cereza rest in-game so that we could appreciate the picturesque storybook scene right in front of us. Don’t worry; everyone has done it and saved a few snaps.
Besides, there is no rush to finish this game. So if you’re not too busy messing around with the environment, you can enjoy your spare time.
7 Button mashing at the circus
In the Mad Circus chapter, he would have probably smashed that big button before launching Amadandab into the air with a cannon. But this probably isn’t the only hard button hit in this game.
You probably had to do that too when figuring out how to control the duo at the start of the game. And I’m lucky to have survived the game this far just by mashing it up for my dear life.
6 Missing collectibles
The challenges in this game aren’t terribly difficult, but you might find yourself thinking that moving things around and finding out is the best strategy. However, you may still miss a hidden chest or have a Moon Pearl lost in the shadows.
If you have a keen eye, time trials may prevent you from completing areas. By adding a , you add a layer of challenge that you may come back to later, until you forget it all.
Five find easter eggs
Bayonetta Origins is littered with easter eggs from other games’ events and characters. You may have seen Rodin’s wanted poster hanging somewhere. Most of the time it was either hung up by a malevolent fairy or managed to connect the dots of Jeanne’s fate with her side story.
Eyes widen at the sight of onyx roses, and even marvel at the uncanny resemblance of monsters and tricks. You probably smiled when you heard her say “let’s dance” for the first time in this game.
Four costume grind
I beat the game, cried through the story, and reworked the outfits over and over again. You can’t finish this game without changing into a different outfit, but the default Cereza has for her is also cute and the signature of this article.
However, going through the Forest of Avalon again while in Cereza in Wonderland, or playing the game as Jeanne and Charles instead of Cereza and Cheshire, is worth doing over for both experience and story.Just for the cute costumes. some people do it
3 Fight Jabberwock many times
Jabberwock is not a Dragonlord. Investing in the right skills can save you time and effort.
However, this fight features amazing combat spikes, so it’s normal for most people to die from the claws of this terrifying fairy. Phase will be back.
2 suffer psychological damage
I don’t know when the tears started flowing. Maybe it was when Cereza’s mother appeared as a deceptive vision in the woods, or maybe it was when she had to defeat someone she thought was her friend. Maybe I was able to hold back my tears until I had to end my beloved mentor.
If you’re not the type to cry, it still hurt a lot just to see what Cereza had to go through as a child. It doesn’t make the loss any sadder.
1 Theory crafting after the ending
It goes without saying that there are many theories about games with a long history. From complex multiverses to various versions of Bayonetta, it’s no surprise that the gears in your head spin. Your brain has probably made connections between the events of the previous game and the consequences this game had on the complex timeline.
Even if you’re new, it’s common knowledge that you have even more questions about Cereza and her magical world. Many of them you probably won’t be able to answer even after playing other games.
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