I really enjoyed DMC upon its first release, dark-haired emo Dante and all. Released today, the Definitive Edition for PS4 and Xbox One gives fans of the first game a more traditional demon spawn hero to play with. He'll do. Let's play!
The demonic cabal who ruled the world in DmC are bad guys who said bad things in 2013's reboot of Devil May Cry. Now it seems one of the more egregious pieces of dialogue—which invoked an image of rough sex—has been cut from the new remastered edition of DmC.
There are some video games that you love and hate at the same time. The Devil May Cry reboot is high up on that list. It was enormously fun, but also sort of a train-wreck. Let's reflect on where such a good game jumped off the rails.
Taking a break from making action adventure games featuring stunning characters with large, waatery eyes, Heavenly Sword developer Ninja Theory's been helping polish combat systems for the Marvel-powered Disney Infinity 2.0.
It's hard to believe DmC came out this year… last January feels like a hundred years ago. Ninja Theory's game boasted their usual striking visual style, as demonstrated in these new shots from Dead End Thrills.
If you haven't been keeping up with screenshot superstar Dead End Thrills, head on over and see what's new. He's got some great stuff from Skyrim (like the one up top), as well as some excellent shots that capture the striking look of DMC.
I love Ninja Theory. Not only was it my favorite elective in college, they make some pretty wonderful action adventure titles, filled with expressive characters, quirky humor and Dante fan hate. Now they've partnered with Chillingo for Fightback, an 80s-style action game for Android and iOS.
2013 is approaching the halfway point and this year, we've already seen several heavy-hitting game releases. Oftentimes it's difficult to choose a single game to buy out of several when you have a limited budget. The biggest and most influential factor in making a choice is usually other players' opinions.
DmC: Vergil's Downfall is available for download today. If you haven't read Evan's review yet, I highly recommend you do. But If you want to see the DLC in action, along with a visual breakdown of a few of the major differences between Vergil and Dante, check out the video above.
To my mind, the best kind of downloadable content expands on the experience that you've grown familiar with while also offering an alternative point-of-view. The add-ons for Mass Effect 2 are exemplars, letting you take Shepard on a snarky James Bond/heist adventure or a chilling experience tinged with sci-fi horror…
"I wonder what games I can play with just my left hand?" writes Masahiro Sakurai, designer of the Kirby and Super Smash Bros. series, in his Weekly Famitsu column.
Vergil's Downfall, the first downloadable add-on for DmC: Devil May Cry, may not be out until March 5, but that didn't stop some quick-moving European gamers from redeeming their codes early and documenting the entire expansion.
While at Tuesday's Capcom press event in San Francisco, I got to take a brief look at Vergil's Downfall, the first story-based downloadable content for DmC: Devil May Cry. Capcom producer Alex Jones told me that the full DLC, which will be out at the end of February, will last 3-4 hours, and will pick up where the…
Surreal stages, events, or gameplay that somehow just don't fit have always been present, and even expected. Their crazy graphics, weird aesthetics and ideas make sure that we have absolutely no idea what's going on. But they have their charm, they are funny, or they're simply part of the experience—and so we love…
In DmC, the new reboot of Capcom's Devil May Cry series, hero character Dante is the offspring of an angel mother and demon father. He looks human but is of another breed altogether, a species of celestial rarity called nephilim who are incredibly powerful. They're wild cards, nephilim are, and their bloodlines gives…
Some guy from Kotaku just reviewed DmC for the New York Times. The review is mostly about the game's villains.
Insert obligatory opening sentence about how some people are upset about how DmC is easier than its predecessors. And, sure, that may well be the case—I'm no Devil May Cry expert, and I also haven't tried DmC on anything beyond its third-hardest "Nephilim" setting.
The Obama administration has a lot of important things to do. Weighed against acts of governing the world's sole superpower, the Devil May Cry series is not important, no matter what some crazy fans might argue.