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New ‘Bayonetta 3’ Actress Opens Up About Controversy and Change of Actress

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Finally, actress Jennifer Hale has decided to speak out with an official statement on the behind-the-scenes ‘Bayonetta 3’ controversy. Hale replaces the original voice of the protagonist, Hellena Taylor.

It all happened because Taylor showed his dissatisfaction with the offer received, estimated at only $4,000, even asking fans to boycott this game.

“As a long-time member of the acting community, I support the right of all actors to be well paid and have consistently defended it for years. Anyone who knows me or has followed my career will know that I have a great respect for my peers and that I stand up for all members of the community,” said Jennifer Hale.

He added: “I am under NDA and I am not free to speak about this situation. My reputation speaks for itself. I sincerely ask everyone to consider that this game was created by a whole team of hardworking and dedicated people. I hope you keep an open mind about what you’ve created. Finally, I hope everyone involved can resolve their differences amicably and respectfully.

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‘Bayonetta’, arguably the greatest franchise created by Platinum Games, brings the powerful and sensual witch Bayonetta who, after being imprisoned for 500 years, rebels against the forces of Heaven and Hell.

In the greatest hack and slash style, created by Hideki Kamiya, the same spirit as ‘Devil May Cry’, the game became a huge hit and blossomed into a franchise, later exclusively at Nintendo.

This third game has been eagerly awaited by fans since its announcement in December 2017, during that year’s Game Awards. Since then, not much has been revealed about the title, and this layer of mystery has only heightened the hype among the public.

Recalling that ‘Bayonetta 3’ is exclusive to Nintendo Switch, picking up on the partnership that Platinum and Nintendo had for the second title, which originally released for Wii U in 2014.

“Bayonetta 3” will be released on October 28 exclusively on Nintendo Switch.

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