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Do you like that sexy emo beast in the new DmC: Devil May Cry? Well, of course you do because he's the new hotness and not the old hotness. In fact, Ninja Theory wanted to rub in the fact that new Dante is so cool and so beastly that they decided to have him make fun of the old Dante in a quick Easter egg.
Capcom has handed off development of their stylish action franchise Devil May Cry to UK’s Ninja Theory (Enslaved, Heavenly Sword) and the result is surprisingly familiar. So much so that I’m not certain if there are really spoilers. Although the parallel storyline reboot situation DmC brings to the world is different than past games in the series, playing the game is a déjà vu trip. This means that the twist at the end of the game is clear to anyone who’s familiar with the series, but how it all happens is new.
The second developer diary for DmC: Devil May Cry arrived this weekend, showcasing two additional characters. Voice actors Sage Mears and David de Lautour talk about their roles as Kat and Vergil, respectively.
Soon after DmC hits stores, Capcom will release the game's first downloadable content. Vergil's Downfall adds a new adventure starring Vergil, the twin brother of Dante.
Today Capcom released the first in a series of developer diaries about DmC, their reboot of the Devil May Cry series. This first installment takes a look at Lilith and Mundus, two of the most powerful demons in Limbo City.
Best Buy, Amazon and GameStop are all offering different pre-order bonuses for DmC, the upcoming reboot of Devil May Cry. Three new trailers provide you a glimpse at each of these exclusive extras.
We get a bit more story-oriented footage in the new trailer for Devil May Cry. It strings together a slightly more coherent take on the world that Dante inhabits, as well as his rebellious nature to deconstruct the establishment by killing demons in a gratuitously grandiose way.
Today Capcom revealed when the controversial reboot of Devil May Cry. The reboot, simply entitled DmC, will be arriving on the Xbox 360 and PS3 in North America and Europe on January 15th.
One of the games Capcom is showing off at Tokyo Game Show is a reboot of Devil May Cry. DmC is a collaboration between Capcom and Heavenly Sword developer Ninja Theory that will explore "new frontiers" for the series.