Bayonetta (with Scarborough Fair Replica Gun) (PS3) (Xbobx360) £39.99 or £36.40 (with 9% quidco/topcashback). - HotUKDeals
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Bayonetta (with Scarborough Fair Replica Gun) (PS3) (Xbobx360) £39.99 or £36.40 (with 9% quidco/topcashback).

Preorder Bayonetta on Xbox 360 or PS3 and receive a replica gun modelled on 'Scarborough Fair' one of Bayonetta's four infamous handguns

From the creators of Devil May Cry and Resident Evil comes the free flowing over-the-top action, extravagant weapons, demonic hair and savage grace of Bayonetta!

Xbox360 - http://www.game.co.uk/Games/Xbox-360/Bayonetta-with-Scarborough-Fair-Replica-Gun/~r336360/
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#1
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#2
I think Play.com has the best Exclusive...

Bayonetta: Climax Edition (Play.com UK Exclusive) (Limited Collector's Edition)

# Bayonetta: Climax Edition contents:
# Bayonetta game
# Limited Edition Slipcase Packaging
# Artbook
# CD Soundtrack

http://images.play.com/banners/content/Climax-Edition-PS3.jpg

BFN,

fp.
suspended#3
ohhh this looks pretty kool!

not too bad if u like the gift, lots of haters tonite!

shame there isn't more information on the gift, i.e. the size, what material etc.

Hey FB!

depends what u like i suppose, i'd rather than a replica gun model (depending what material its made off) then a cd and artbook. But each to their own :) Both the same price anyways
#4
fanpages
I think Play.com has the best Exclusive...

Bayonetta: Climax Edition (Play.com UK Exclusive) (Limited Collector's Edition)

# Bayonetta: Climax Edition contents:
# Bayonetta game
# Limited Edition Slipcase Packaging
# Artbook
# CD Soundtrack

http://images.play.com/banners/content/Climax-Edition-PS3.jpg

BFN,

fp.


Yeah.. but no gun, just paper..... the main point of this deal is because of the gun.
#5
JohnCena
Yeah.. but no gun, just paper..... the main point of this deal is because of the gun.


"Preorder Bayonetta on Xbox 360 or PS3 and receive a replica gun modelled on 'Scarborough Fair' one of Bayonetta's four infamous handguns"

Post Office here I come :p
#6
JohnCena
Yeah.. but no gun, just paper..... the main point of this deal is because of the gun.


The only point of this deal is the GAME(Station/Play) issued gun that doesn't even come boxed with the game.

The only official Limited (Collector's) Edition of this title is being sold by Play.com.

Either way, as you said, it depends what you prefer.

You may favour the HMV extra that is sent out with the game until their stock is exhausted...
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hmv Exclusive Pre-Order Offer - Pre-order Bayonetta on PS3 or X360 and receive an exclusive DVD of 'Manga's Leading Ladies' for FREE, featuring full episodes, trailers and exclusive clips (DVD will be sent with the game, while stocks last)

http://www3.hmv.co.uk/hmv/Large_Images/HMVGAMES/5055277000647.JPGhttp://www3.hmv.co.uk/hmv/Large_Images/HMVGAMES/5055277000746.JPG

'Leading Ladies' DVD
MANGA sampler:
Babes, Blades and Bikinis!
Manga's Leading Ladies presents for your enjoyment the greatest collection of female cyborgs, bikini-girl, zombie slayers, pretty blind assassins, high school hotties and tragic mech-pilot heroines ever assembled this side of the Galaxy! Sit back and enjoy the best Manga has to offer in this exciting mix of anime and live-action films starring some of the most iconic female characters to ever make their way onto the silver screen.
* Ghost in the Shell 2.0: Extended Trailer & Sneak Peak
* Ghost in the Shell: 2ND GIG SAC:
Episode 3: Cash Eye
Episode 4:Natural Enemy
* Ichi: Japanese Trailer & Sneak Peak
* Negima Series 2 Trailer
* Claymore Trailer
* Evangelion 1.01: You (Are) Not Alone Trailer
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BFN,

fp.
#7
37.99 at GAMEPLAY

http://shop.gameplay.co.uk/webstore/productpage.asp?productcode=XT1338&title=bayonetta_with_preorder_bonus_scarborough_fair_gun_model!

I welcome any suggestions in terms of best places to preorder and preorder bonuses because I really need this game :)
#8
limp_biccies
37.99 at GAMEPLAY

http://shop.gameplay.co.uk/webstore/productpage.asp?productcode=XT1338&title=bayonetta_with_preorder_bonus_scarborough_fair_gun_model!

I welcome any suggestions in terms of best places to preorder and preorder bonuses because I really need this game :)


See above... we covered all places (in the UK) where the pre-order incentives are available.

BFN,

fp.
#9
Pity the £5 off £35 Game voucher doesn't work on preorders - Shame on you Mr. Game!

Paul.
#10
I really want this game after playing the demo. To anyone who has both PS3 and 360, make sure you get the 360 version by the way. Apparently the frame rate and load times on ps3 are shocking in comparison.

Now, do I preorder or hope for a low price on release......
#11
Sandman`
I really want this game after playing the demo. To anyone who has both PS3 and 360, make sure you get the 360 version by the way. Apparently the frame rate and load times on ps3 are shocking in comparison.

Now, do I preorder or hope for a low price on release......


"Apparently"? Do you have first-hand experience? Why not compare both side-by-side & make your own judgement. Playable Demo versions are available on both platforms.

PS. The Australian "Climax Edition" includes all the contents of the Play.com Exclusive edition and the "Scarborough Fair" replica.

BFN,

fp.
#12
Played both demos, 360 definitely has the edge in the frame rate stability department.

I've preordered from play & GAME - get both preorder bonuses, and sell one copy into CEX on launch.

Curse my OCD :(
#13
Intya
Played both demos, 360 definitely has the edge in the frame rate stability department.

I've preordered from play & GAME - get both preorder bonuses, and sell one copy into CEX on launch.

Curse my OCD :(


If you did have Obsessive Compulsive Disorder you wouldn't sell a copy after gaining both as you would never be able to decide which to sell in case of a difference between the two you had not realised yet.

BFN,

fp.
#14
fanpages;7323416
"Apparently"? Do you have first-hand experience? Why not compare both side-by-side & make your own judgement. Playable Demo versions are available on both platforms.

PS. The Australian "Climax Edition" includes all the contents of the Play.com Exclusive edition and the "Scarborough Fair" replica.

BFN,

fp.


I'm going on what the reviewers are saying here. IGN gave the 360 version a 9.6 and the PS3 version an 8.2 due to it being so poorly converted. Wasn't just saying it to sound like a fanboy - I have both consoles myself.

Link: http://uk.ps3.ign.com/articles/105/1057012p2.html
#15
Looks plasticy to me??

http://www.gamesmen.com.au/catalog/blog/uploaded_images/DSC02093-721959.jpg
#16
Sandman`
I'm going on what the reviewers are saying here. IGN gave the 360 version a 9.6 and the PS3 version an 8.2 due to it being so poorly converted. Wasn't just saying it to sound like a fanboy - I have both consoles myself.

Link: http://uk.ps3.ign.com/articles/105/1057012p2.html


Somebody has updated the Wikipedia entry accordingly...
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A few days before Bayonetta's release, Japanese gaming publication Famitsu awarded its Xbox 360 version a perfect 40 out of 40. The PlayStation 3 version received a slightly lower 38 out of 40, due to scores of nine from two of its four reviewers. As others did pre-release, the two reviewers criticized the PS3 port's frame rate problems; one thought the difference from the 360 version was slight. One was quoted as saying, "the fun is the same, but the controls and overall look [on the PS3] feel a bit more unwieldy than the Xbox 360 one, which is a shame." UK magazine Edge awarded the eleventh 10 out of 10 score in its 16 year history to Bayonetta a month later, and called it "a beautiful and graceful fighting game that lets imagination loose, and winks before slapping Dante, Kratos and every other hero back to the drawing board". Andy Robinson of ComputerAndVideoGames.com, affiliated with Edge through Future plc, said, "We can't say we were expecting that."

Ryan Clements of IGN gave the 360 version a 9.5 out of 10 and the PS3 version an 8.2. In separate reviews for each version, he called the game "stylish, entertaining", and "unique", and its voice work "a bit campy but still extremely enjoyable", but said its "plot is all over the place" and "isn't as skillfully told as game stories like Mass Effect and Uncharted". In his 360 version review, he called the game an "incredible work" with "final moments ... alone worth the price of admission", but said it sometimes exhibited minor "screen tearing and slowdown, which happen during explorative sections and intense action sequences, respectively". He said the PS3 version was "still a fun game" but had "a lot of problems, primary among them being the excessive slowdown and loading":

When the player pauses the game during combat or a cutscene, there's noticeable loading before the pause menu is displayed. There's loading when you pick up an item and there's loading as you scroll through menus. There's even an obnoxious load time just to view a list of save files. For a game that's supposed to emphasize quick action and style, these loads are almost deal-breakers.

Another Future plc review site, GamesRadar, gave the game 10 out of 10. Nathan Irvine of their UK division said it "nails ... the epic scale of everything that unfolds before your eyes and the manner in which it's delivered", believed it was better than God of War Collection, Devil May Cry 4, and Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2, and praised its "superb action" and humor (such as "Luka doing his best Assassin's Creed impression by looking moody in an Altair/Ezio style hood"). However, he said "the only time anything makes sense with Bayonetta's story is right at the end", and complained about some of the game's Quick Time Events (QTEs):

... every now and then you’re instructed to complete them mid-cutscene to, say, dodge a falling satellite and the like. The problem is they happen so quickly that some times you’ll miss the prompt and have to re-run the whole sequence again, which is insanely frustrating.

In contrast to Irvine, IGN UK's Martin Robinson said "it's not Devil May Cry, Ninja Gaiden or God of War that's the best point of reference but Super Mario Galaxy": he felt Bayonetta, like the Nintendo game, "loves to tinker with the player's sense of perspective, and fights that begin on street surface often wind their way up the surrounding walls". Robinson praised the "fluid, intuitive and ultimately satisfying" combat system and "its conveyor belt of ever-more inventive foes. From the lowliest grunt to the most hulking of bosses", and said, "Even after two playthroughs we're discovering more and more to Bayonetta's move set each time we go back to the game." Still, he felt "a little too much time is given over to the exposition".
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I'm not going to bother with either version on either console. I wasn't taken by the Playable Demo from the PS3 (from either the Japanese 'Store of the European 'Store). Even if the frame rate is improved on the Xbox 360 it will still be a game I don't wish to play further.

BFN,

fp.
#17
niminator;7342041
Looks plasticy to me??





That looks awful! I was thinking about preordering it from gameplay and ebaying the gun as I just want the game for a decent price. I can't see anyone wanting to buy one if they look that bad though. Even the paint job looks a bit shabby.

Where did you find the pic?
#18
Sandman`
That looks awful! I was thinking about preordering it from gameplay and ebaying the gun as I just want the game for a decent price. I can't see anyone wanting to buy one if they look that bad though. Even the paint job looks a bit shabby.

Where did you find the pic?


can't remember, can't find it again:roll: but it's exactly the same as the op's just close up.

Looks to me like another flop like the Batarang from Arkham Asylum's CE

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