Bayonetta PS3 Patch Brings Install Option

By Chris Faylor, Jan 28, 2010 12:20pm PST In an effort to address some of the complaints surrounding the PlayStation 3 version of Bayonetta, publisher SEGA has released a downloadable update for the game.

The patch adds the option for PlayStation 3 players to install the game to their hard drive. Doing so "significantly decreases the loading times for the game," according to SEGA. Players will be prompted to download the update upon booting the game while connected to the online PlayStation Network.

Released on both Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, the ridiculously over-the-top Platinum-developed action game was ported to the PlayStation 3 by SEGA. Both were praised by critics, though the PlayStation 3 edition was often marked down for issues not found on the Xbox 360, such as frame rate problems, longer load times and graphical woes.

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