Bayonetta 2

Global Total as of 12th Nov 2016 (units): 0.76m
Platform: Wii U
Developer: PlatinumGames Genre: Action

Total Units

North America: 0.32m 42.4%
+ Europe: 0.28m 37.5%
+ Japan: 0.10m 12.8%
+ Rest of the World: 0.06m 7.4%
= Global 0.76m

Release History

TitlePublisherRegionDateDistribution
Bayonetta 2 NintendoJapan20th September 2014Retail
Bayonetta 2 NintendoNorth America24th October 2014Retail
Bayonetta 2 NintendoEurope24th October 2014Retail

Game Overview

Bayonetta 2 is an action game developed by Platinum Games and published by Nintendo. It was released exclusively for the Wii U in October, 2014, and is a sequel to the original Bayonetta.

The game follows the story of Bayonetta, one of the last Umbra Witchs still in existence, that fights angels for a living. After an immense battle on the surface, Jeanne, Bayonetta's ally, is injured. Her sould is knocked out of her body by the demon dragon Gomorrah. Jeanne is captured before she could return to her body and is dragged down into Inferno. Bayonetta must now fight her way through Inferno, Paradiso, and Earth to retrieve Jeanne's soul, a task that is said to not have any odds in her favor. 

http://gamewise.co/games/3976/Bayonetta-2

Comments

Rogerioandrade (on 22 November 2016)
Oh my goodness... what a dumbass I am.
LOL. Only now I saw that itīs actually
100k in Japan.
Rogerioandrade (on 22 November 2016)
Thereīs definetely something off about
those adjustments... why there is a
figure of only 10k sold in Japan if MC
numbers for the 3rd week of this game
were a total of 50k? Was the game
tracked after its re-release?
(http://www.4gamer.net/games/117/G011794
/20141008080/). Weird.
Goodnightmoon (on 17 November 2016)
For a niche game on a 13m installbase
750k is a pretty good number, specially
for a game so different from what
Nintendo fans usually buy, the original
one only sold a little more than 1
million on X360 after all.
Kerotan (on 08 November 2016)
Finally it gets its adjustment
Fededx (on 01 November 2016)
Adjusted down :( Poor Bayo, sold so
poorly. Deserves much more than this!
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