USgamer Club Live: Bayonetta 2 Part 4 — Bob and Kat Reach Armageddon at 3pm PT / 6pm ET

USgamer Club Live: Bayonetta 2 Part 4 — Bob and Kat Reach Armageddon at 3pm PT / 6pm ET

Join Kat and Bob as they wrap up their longplay of Bayonetta 2 on Twitch!

It's been a long, hard road—with a two-week sabbatical thanks to GDC—but today, we're finally ready to close the book on Bayonetta 2.

As with the last three installments, we'll be fielding questions and comments via our Twitch.tv channel's chat room, so don't be shy. The fun starts at 3pm PT and goes on 'til question marks, so either watch the embedded stream below, or head on over to our official Twitch HQ to get in on the action.

Watch live video from usgamernet on www.twitch.tv

And if you missed the first three parts of our Bayonetta 2 longplay, check out the embedded videos below.

USgamer takes to Twitch to stream games both new and old every Tuesday and Thursday (and in this case, Friday). If you like our streams, subscribe to our channel! You can also watch archived streams on our Youtube channel.

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