Just to throw a question out there for all the natives to English, do you feel thankful knowing English as your first language? From what I hear, it's a very difficult language. Anybody that had to learn English second-hand, I'd like to know how that experience went, and how long it took.
English has got to be one of the easiest languages to learn. It's no way near as complex as, for example, Scandinavian languages. Or any other european language.
Cereza was there to awaken Bayonetta, the left eye's, true potential. To lure her to him among other things I guess.
Why wouldn't Baldur wanna create a new world? It's tradition apparently! And he's mad, so does he need a logical reason?
Yes, Bayonetta was expelled. But all the other Umbra Witches died so what difference does it make? And the didnät want Jeanne to kill Bayonetta. Once again that had something to do wtih the awakening of the left eye, to get Bayonetta to realize her true potential so they could ressurect Jubileus.
Again, Bayonetta herself is the left eye. The gem is just some awesome, magical artifact? Jeanne used it to shield her self from that blast if you remember?
" Ultras are OP as they are, it's just a bad system IMO. And then to let you have two different in the same match, making it even easier to hit with one? No fkn way. Stupid idea. "
Why would you think that? It's not like an activated Ultra is a guaranteed hit. Most of them are all about set ups (all of them) and a skilled player would be able to just avoid getting damage from one. "
Ofc an ultra doesn't have 100% chance to hit. But more ultras = more ways to combo in an ultra / more situations you can hit one = WTF. And you make it sound like avoiding ultras is shit easy. Look at high-level players with characters like Ryu, hitting with that ultra most of ther matches.