Bayonetta | The Gentlemen's Gaming Club

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What is Bayonetta? Is it a game about sexy witches saving the world? Is it a game about the secret agenda of angels and demons? Is it about a man on the hunt for love and answers? I don’t know that we’ll ever know, but we’ll have a great time figuring it out! The Gentlemen’s Gaming Club continues!

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From the Platinum Games legendary director Hideki Kamiya of Resident Evil and Devil May Cry fame, SEGA brings one of the most universally acclaimed character action games of all time to PC. Bayonetta. The last survivor of an ancient witch clan who keep the balance between light, dark and chaos. Entombed to protect herself – and the world as we know it – Bayonetta is discovered and revived after 500 years, sparking a chain of events with cataclysmic repercussions. Thrust straight into battle, with only one clue to her past, Bayonetta must discover the truth and fight for the future. Her daunting conquest sees her face off against countless angelic enemies and giant foes in a game of 100% pure action in this unique Bayonetta gameplay.

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0:00 – Live Action Intro
2:05 – First Thoughts
5:42 – Story Basics
8:40 – The Beginning
15:41 – Welcome to Vigrid
17:58 – Luka
21:46 – Cereza, Chaos, and Glasses
25:20 – Backstory
26:17 – The Plane
27:59 – The Ending
37:25 – Final Thoughts
38:23 – Live Action Outro

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37 thoughts on “Bayonetta | The Gentlemen's Gaming Club

  1. Greetings Gentlemen. Ladies. Welcome to another episode of the Gentlemen's Gaming Club. Now for the many of you asking about our other show – SOON perverts, soon. Now enjoy this and stop bugging us 😛

  2. At least the player in the footage knows how to Dodge Offset. That's a plus to all Bayonetta content on YouTube.

  3. If you want to live in a video game world, it's obviously Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash… are you kidding me!?

  4. So just how is it that Jesse rocketing through the ceiling in the end credits is the most ridiculous part of this video?

  5. For someone who claims to be all in for game lore, Jesse stating that the plot is non existent just baffles me.

  6. also I have played this game like 10 times over and I never noticed that Balder wears an actual fucking peacock LMAO

  7. To solve the fly me to the moon thing, Bayonetta’s mother, Rosa, used to sing the song to Bayonetta as a kid. In this game it is actually a medieval song.

  8. Is this the kind of game you were actually looking for, maybe you should've saved this for last/later instead? i would suggest No One Lives Forever and its sequel but it's not as fun nor weird as the games you've played!

  9. Boys, I just finished Bayonetta 2 this week and I would love to watch you two talk about it. It's just as wild and bombastic as the first.

  10. Lol, I loved this too much xD

    Comparing Luka with Tuxedo Mask is way too accurate it hurts (both are very much useless, holy shit)

    Kamiya said she wanted to go to Japan first, and she bought the kimono costume there xD
    My advice as a diehard fan: Watch the anime movie, is ridiculous, but Bayo's voice is even more sexy :Q
    And one last thing: fuck Jubileus thunder level D:<

  11. Fly me to the moon- first game
    Moon river- second game
    Is the third game going to have a moon theme song
    Edit: I love the fact that Wal- Mart is purgatory

  12. 36:16 You know you're in the right tracks when a Bayonetta character says "OK, this is getting ridiculous!"

  13. The song is an example of what I think is called the bootstrap paradox. It could be wrong, but I think that’s it

  14. Now did they play it on normal mode or easy mode. Cuz normal mode is SOOOO HARD tbat I had trouble enjoying the game. Hell I have yet to beat it because it just made me mad

  15. Here is my problem with Bayonetta. Combat is not as good as Devil May Cry and the "over-the-topness" is not as good as Asuras Wrath. Good but not great.

  16. Bayonetta knows fly me to the moon , because her mother sang it to her as a lullaby when she was a child

  17. I remember playing this game one I heard about it… And I gotta say, the level you play as Jeanne riding her motorcycle up the side of a launching rocket was the most badass thing I've ever seen, especially with the perfect music to accompany it.

    Will we see an episode on Bayonetta 2?

  18. This was awesome, will you talk about the second game before the third one comes?

  19. This is genuinely a very entertaining series thus far. You two work off each other very well.

  20. I have not watched the Nier Automate episode yet because that's a game I intend to play soon(-ish) and I don't want to have it spoiled, but I watched this one because even if Bayonetta is on my list of games to play it was far enough down it that it would take a while to get to it and realistically, as the list is long, I might never get to it.
    After watching the video it has now moved up that list considerably.

  21. Now of course you know, this means we need a rundown of Bayonetta 2: Electric Boogaloo before the third releases.

    Also, didn't you know? Fly Me to the Moon was originally co-written by Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo to appease Henvy VIII. Galileo would later find the hidden message in the lyrics to fuel his heliocentric theories.

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