"Bayonetta 2" was announced with a monsoon of controversy over the fact that it will be an exclusive title for the Wii U, but for those who are still interested, the game's developer recently released a video that was in real-time.
According to a report from Nintengen yesterday, "Bayonetta 2" director Yusuke Hashimoto tweeted out that the video was in-fact in real-time, while many believed it was all CGI.
The tweet roughly translates into, "(1best Yo-network information as well as footage of the two) and glanced at the last victim to be out of the beast in real-time video Wii U (To be honest games go public for the first time? ) and it was."
Yes, that tweet is a bit confusing, but the confirmation of the video being ran in real-time is clear in the text.
"Bayonetta 2" could show off the true capabilities of the Wii U if these graphics turn out to ultimately look like they did in the video.
That may put a bit of a lid on all of the talk regarding the Wii U not being able to stand up to the Xbox 720 and PlayStation 4.
Hopefully this game will be able to deliver on this title, resulting in proof of a viable, strong third option for the next-generation of gaming.
How important is "Bayonetta 2" going to be in the world of next-generation gaming? You can check out the new trailer below, as well as some screens above.