Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon Cheats


Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon Cheats


Play With The Game Help Settings

Cereza and the Lost Demon follows the trend of games that do not include difficulty levels. The good news is that there is a wealth of assist features for players to fine-tune their experience instead. Players cannot set this up before beginning the game unlike most titles though.

They must wait for the game to begin, and once players can access the menu, they can scroll down to the Game Help Settings. Here they can adjust the damage they receive, or even turn it off completely. They can adjust how hard enemies are and the list continues. Be sure to check these settings out if things are too tough (or too easy).

Turn On The Automatic Witch Pulse

There is one Game Help Settings feature that is recommended for both hardcore and casual action game fans. Cereza cannot participate in the action as she normally does in the mainline games, where she appears as the titular Bayonetta. In Cereza and the Lost Demon, she can aid Cheshire by freezing enemies with vines, or other spells she will learn along the way.

She can also use spells outside of battle to solve puzzles. Using magic in this way is called Witch Pulse. This creates a little mini-game wherein players have to time their button presses just right to make a bunch of flowers grow into a bridge, for example. It’s not hard to understand, but it is a bit clunky to perform. Turn on the automatic feature for Witch Pulse in Game Help Settings and don’t think about it again.

Move Characters Like A Tactics Game

As previously mentioned, Cereza cannot fight traditionally. Her stuffed cat, Cheshire, gets possessed by a demon and does all the action instead. Players do not switch between which character they control. For example, the AI doesn’t kick in while players control Cheshire in battle, and vice versa for Cereza. Players instead control Cereza with the left stick and the left shoulder buttons on the Nintendo controller, while Cheshire is controlled using the right stick and right shoulder buttons.

This is mechanically just like Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, an indie game that came out in 2013. Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon can get confusing when trying to move both characters at the same time. So, instead, players should treat the game like a tactical RPG. Move Cereza and Cheshire separately, inching toward goals methodically so as not to confuse the brain.

The Virtues Of Hug Mode

Eventually, players will not have to worry about marching along with two different control schemes all the time. This is called Hug Mode. Cereza will figure out that she can shrink Cheshire back into a doll and carry it around like a baby. When the opportunity knocks, this is how players should move through Cereza and the Lost Demon.

Players don’t always have to try and make that awkward trek forward using the aforementioned tactical RPG method. There are certain sections wherein characters have to split apart though, so it’s not like this is a perfect solution. It just helps to carry Cheshire around as much as possible to save time, because both Cereza and Cheshire move slowly. There is an upgrade later, but it’s not perfect.