DMC: Devil May Cry Review

DmC: Devil May Cry is an action-adventure game with hack and slash elements. It was developed by Ninja Theory and published by Capcom on January 15, 2013 worldwide for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. It was released a week later on PC. DmC is a reboot of the original Devil May Cry series that was first released in 2001. Capcom requested that series be reimagined, which led to DmC being made from a Western perspective this time.

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PlayStation Plus Games For January

Well, Sony is giving a slightly late Christmas present in January through PlayStation Plus. Starting next month, those of us in the U.S who were lucky enough to get our hands on the PlayStation 4, will be able to download Continue reading PlayStation Plus Games For January

Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition More Than Just a Facelift

Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition was recently announced at the train wreck now known as the 2013 VGX’s. It is an HD remake of the game that came out in February of 2013, and will be released on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on January 28th, 2014. But Scott Amos says that the game is more than just a “Facelift”.

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DayZ Moves 88,000 in 12 Hours

Well, if your were worried about the popular Arma 2 mod “DayZ” flopping once it became a standalone game, you can put those fears aside. DayZ sold a staggering 88,000 copies on Steam in it’s first 12 hours on the market.

 

Even “Maruk” from Bohemia Interactive tweeted about the success saying “88.000 Survivors have joined DayZ Alpha in it’s first 12 hours. Thank you.” And even high profile people in the industry have been vocal about the success, with Gears of War creator tweeting about his experience with the game. And the creator of it all, Dean Hall tweeted “Almost 200 new players in the database per second…what the hell?”

 

Currently, the game is only available on Steam, therefore it’s only available on PC. However, Dean Hall has stated in the past that the game could come to consoles eventually, if the PC version is successful. Now that we know it is, we’re pretty sure it’s only a matter of time.

 

My Opinion

I’ve never played DayZ to be perfectly honest with you. But I can’t help but be excited over those numbers. For a PC exclusive, it’s doing great! I just hope it comes to next gen soon, so I can actually play it…

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