Awesome Music: Bayonetta

Bayonetta

Bayonetta 2

  • The sequel brings even more beautiful and awe-inspiring tracks to the line up, starting with a jazzy, high-speed remix of Moon River as the title song.
  • The primary battle theme, Tomorrow is Mine, is particularly catchy.
  • "Gomorrah, Devourer of the Divine" was used in the game's soundtrack trailer to show off the new score, and demonstrates the soundtrack's theme of sequential music extremely well, containing four different looping points depending on what stage of the fight the player's in not to mention being surprisingly epic for a boss you fight in the prologue.
  • The music that plays in the "Gates of Paradiso" chapter, "Glamor: In Charm and Allure", combines the soundtrack's theme of multi-stage tracks with Uncommon Time, since beating the hell out of an ice dragon is no fun unless you're doing it to a song in 7/4 time.
  • "The Lumen Sage and Temperantia", this game's equivalent of "Temperantia - In Foregoing Pleasures".
  • "Insidious: Consumer of All" has a menacing chorus that makes a great backbeat to fighting a giant underwater monster with a giant skull in its design. And then the song kicks into high gear halfway into the fight with a jump in tempo to let you know that this boss isn't messing around anymore.
  • "The Great War, Land Battle" and "The Great War, Aerial Battle", both of which play during the chapter where you control the Umbran Armor, perfectly capture the feeling of taking a last stand in a massive war.

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Bayonetta 2