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Bayonetta playable in Anarchy Reigns as pre-order bonus

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Anarchy Reigns already features characters from Platinum Games' first brawler, MadWorld. It sounds like the titular character of 2010's Bayonetta will also be making an appearance.

According to Famitsu, Bayonetta will be a playable character, available as a pre-order bonus in Japan. There's no word yet on whether she'll be available in North America the same way, but it's probably safe to assume so.

It's no Bayonetta 2, but it will be good to see the character in action again. Anarchy Reigns hits American and Japanese shelves in July.



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Staff article by Rhody Tobin (March 21, 2012)

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