Bayonetta Adds Star Fox and Princess Daisy to Her Nintendo-Themed Cosplay Wardrobe (Now That’s Foxy!)

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Back at E3, Nintendo revealed crossover costumes for the Wii U re-release of the original Bayonetta themed after Link, Princess Peach and Samus Aran. In addition to confirming that those costumes will also be wearable in Wii U-exclusive sequel Bayonetta 2, the latest installment of Nintendo Direct introduces outfits for Princess Daisy as well as Fox McCloud, the vulpine hero of the Star Fox franchise. Bayonetta literally is one foxy babe!

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In case anyone forgot, the original Bayonetta will come bundled with retail copies of Bayonetta 2, each title contained on a separate disc. While the two titles won’t be featured in a bundle on the Nintendo eShop, buying standalone digital copies of both will apply a discount to bring the price down to a penny under the price of the retail combo pack (that’s $59.98).

Additional news and gameplay features were revealed in a new trailer and the full Nintendo Direct video, both of which are embedded below. Watch to check out Rodin as a playable character in the multiplayer Tag Climax mode, the first footage of Bayonetta 2 multiplayer action and oh so much more.

Bayonetta 2 launches on October 24th.

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