Wii U fans will have to wait until next year to get their hands on Platinum Games' Bayonetta 2.
The news was broken by Nintendo boss Saturo Iwata in this afternoon's E3 Nintendo Direct broadcast.
A video shown this afternoon looked more than a little reminiscent of the first Bayonetta game, albeit with new costumes and what appeared to be new attacks.
Iwata also talked a lot about Bayonetta's new short hair, which the Nintendo president seemed to find quite fascinating.
We were also treated to some gameplay footage, which looked suitably bonkers.