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The Eyes of Bayonetta 2 getting english translation from Udon

A comprehensive look at the making of and art from Bayonetta 2, The Eyes of Bayonetta 2 is getting a translated edition from Udon.

Witchy words… and pictures

Actually, there are a lot more pictures here in The Eyes of Bayonetta 2 than words. So that subheading might be a little bit misleading. But hey, that’s Bayonetta for you. The witch has been the subject of a series of games that have been making action fans smile, and now the second game in the set will be getting a visual breakdown… in english.

The Eyes of Bayonetta 2 has been available in Japanese before, which you might know. But now the volume will be making the jump Stateside thanks to Udon. That’s a publisher that you no doubt know pretty well from other art tomes. Now they have a translation of this new volume ready to go for the holidays. It’s actually hitting stores this month, and is looking pretty great.

Clocking in at 208 pages, and with a hard cover, the book is even making the producer of Bayonetta 2 smile.

“As someone who’s played the game, this book was a delight for me,” says Akiko Kuroda, Producer of Bayonetta 2. “So many of the designer comments and behind-the-scenes anecdotes were things I never knew myself even. Everyone involved in publishing the book, including the development staff, was clearly passionate about it, and beyond just learning more about the world of ‘Bayonetta 2,’ the book also contains all that precious artwork.”

Are you a fan? Then you’re going to want to check out The Eyes of Bayonetta 2 when it goes on sale the 20th of this month (November).

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Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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