HomeNewsSEGA Releasing Bayonetta 2’s Five-Disc Soundtrack Trace Wysaske August 17, 2014 News Courtesy of the fine folks at SEGA’s music label Wavemaster, Bayonetta 2 will be receiving a massive five-disc soundtrack to coincide with the game’s targeted October release date. Considering the title’s curious development and controversial Nintendo-exclusivity, it’s a pleasant surprise to see SEGA stepping up to give Bayonetta the dazzling musical spotlight she deserves. I mean, c’mon, listen to this: There’s bound to be plenty of brand new toe-tapping compositions this go around, but one can only hope that developer Platinum’s witchy woman-sequel features more classic SEGA tracks or perhaps even some Nintendo tunes. There are those Nintendo-themed suits in the Wii U port of Bayonetta after all. Open that wallet wide because the Bayonetta 2 Original Soundtrack will set you back a cool 5142 yen, so about $50 for American folks. You can snag an import copy on October 29th just in time for Halloween because, y’know, witches and stuff. (Via Game Music Online) Share this post: No related posts. Xtype+ Review (Wii U eShop)Great Wii U Features U May Not Have Known AboutAbout The AuthorTrace WysaskeFormer Co-Editor Trace Wysaske lives somewhere in Washington, and when he isn't compulsively hunting Green Stars or felling the Lagiacrus, he's writing about everything from forlorn Japanese teachers to well-mannered crows. He still needs to play Ghost Trick.