Bayonetta On PS3 Gets More Playable

by Joe Juba on Jan 28, 2010 at 12:14 PM

As many gamers (myself included) have pointed out, Bayonetta on PlayStation 3 just isn't as good as the 360 version. Sega and Platinum Games have rectified part of the problem, releasing a patch to address the longer load times.

According to Platinum's site, owners of the PS3 version worldwide can download the patch today, which reduces the time that you'll spend on load screens. Sure, it's nice that the game lets you practice your moves while you wait, but in this case, too much practice was getting pretty boring as PS3 gamers waited for areas to load.

Unfortunately, the patch doesn't close the gap between the other areas of the PS3 versions inferiority, including the framerate and graphical quality. As bad as these things sound, Bayonetta isn't really a bad game on Sony's console...but if you have the choice, you're still better off with the 360 version. For those of you without a 360, does this patch make you any more likely to check out Bayonetta now?