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SDCC: Bayonetta will have no DLC


8:00 AM on 07.25.2009
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Platinum Games held a nice little Bayonetta panel at the San Diego Comic-Con, where it was revealed that the team has absolutely zero plans to release downloadable content for the sulty action game that definitely wants me to have sex with it. For those of you who staunchly resist all microtransactions, this is good news.

According to the chaps at Platinum, "The game ships with everything you want." What I want is one night alone with Bayonetta, a length of rope and a bucket of jellied eels. Will the game be shipping with any of that? I'd gladly pay whatever money necessary to get that bit of extra content. 

I'm sure that this game will satisfy without the need for DLC. Just ask anybody who was in the E3 press room when I had just finished playing the game. Whenever anybody asked me how it was, I simply answered by making a very sincere jacking-off motion with my hand.






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