Backtracking for New Experiences
This year is quickly becoming Capcom’s year of re-releases. Already in 2015, we have gotten Resident Evil HD Remaster, DmC: Devil May Cry – Definitive Edition, and Mega Man Legacy Collection is on the way later this summer. Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition is the latest re-release from Capcom and it comes packed with a new difficulty, two new campaigns with three new characters, an arena mode and turbo option originally exclusive to the PC port, and a graphical upgrade. With all this extra content and improvements, Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition is the definitive version of Devil May Cry 4, but not without some serious caveats. Continue reading Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition Review
In a turn of events that isn’t frequently seen, the remastering of the re-imagining of Devil May Cry, DmC, is getting its release date moved up instead of back. DmC: Definitive Edition was originally slated to see a March 17th release and will now be hitting shelves on the 10th. Just a week early, but that’s better than nothing. Continue reading Get Your Hands on DmC: Definitive Edition Sooner
It’s been a while since Ninja Theory has shown a game, but if their track record (Heavenly Sword, DMC, and Enslaved) speaks to their ability, then they’re gonna be welcomed back to the limelight with open arms. Today, at Sony’s Gamescom Press Conference, they revealed their newest title, Hellblade. I’m not sure what I was watching, but it was gorgeous. Continue reading New IP Hellblade from Ninja Theory – Cryptic and Beautiful
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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