Sorry but Ill have to disagree because purely based on Fun factor 2 is my favorite. Now fun for me is a game where gameplay and story go hand in hand. Bayonetta, Devil may cry 3 & 4 all have the same problem where when the cool fight scenes happen they try to involve the player as little as possible which is bad game design IMO. On top of that at least the earlier DMC's made some fricking sense when you played them all the way through, the same can not be said of DMC 4 or Bayonetta. Im also not sure I would call God hand the best brawler ever, mostly because I've never played it. For me that award goes to God of War which is just pure gory fun. I will agree with 1 point though, at least its not Too Human
God of War is great, but the combat system is shallower than I am--which is a special kind of accomplishment I suppose. However I delight in the completely mental story that God of War weaves, slipping deeper down into the abyss of lunacy with each iteration. I'm hoping that the third ends with Kratos just headbutting Zeus into oblivion, and maybe the fourth can just entail Kratos deciding that the Norse look a bit shifty and need to be taught a lesson.
Personally I found Bayonetta to have really good fights while I had control, however the combat system clicked with me like a dream and I was ice skating around and beating angels to death with a demonic whip in no time flat so your mileage may vary on that one, oh and the gun-chucks the things I did to the Joys with the gun-chucks are probably illegal. I also found the Bayonetta story to be surprisingly coherent considering what I was expecting from it. It is a game that is worth persevering with though, if for no other reason than for the Fantasy Zone homage (and the music, the awesome music!).
Every time I think of Too Human I frown. On the one hand it's a great punchline, on the other hand I paid money for that punchline and wanted it to be awesome--and yet somehow I keep going back to it, for example I actually played it for about an hour and a half tonight after mentioning it in this thread. I think I need some kind of therapy.
Hoshigami: Ruining Blue Earth - All I have left is the final battles, but it was recommended that I be level 80 to do it. I'm level 56 right now. Yeah, this game takes forever.
Oh hey, somebody else has played Hoshigami. That game was---an experience, to put it mildly