Platinum Games have unveiled a short snippet of Bayonetta gameplay footage showing off the smooth feel that the 60 FPS Wii U port will have.
Platinum Games have also released a set of images showing off the new Nintendo costumes that Bayonetta will be able to equip in the Wii U port.
The costumes won’t just be cosmetic, Platinum says, but will also allow Bayonetta to use new special abilities.
The Peach Costume allows players to summon Bowser to whack away at enemies, while the Link costume allows her to wield a giant Master Sword to slice through people. Finally, the Samus suit will give players the ability to shoot energy blasts.
Bayonetta will be bundled with the Wii U release of Bayonetta 2, which is set to release October 2014.