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…
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.
Vergil, Dante's twin brother in the Devil May Cry continuity, returns as a playable character in next year's DmC: Devil May Cry. Yesterday Capcom released a couple minutes of gameplay footage in that trailer above, showing Vergil in the DLC extension due shortly after the game launches. It's free if you preorder the…
Some might say it's a little strange to announce downloadable content before your game is out. Some might call it rude, obnoxious, greedy, money-hungry, whatever.
Remember Dante's twin brother, Vergil? Well, he used to look like this. Then, he showed up in DMC: Devil May Cry, and now, he looks like this. Dante used to look different, too, but who's counting?
The latest DmC: Devil May Cry footage shows off some of the game's platforming as well as the giant wall-crawler, Succubus. That's not all.
Check out these new screenshots from DmC: Devil May Cry, the new action game developed by Ninja Theory and shown off at Capcom's Captivate conference in Rome earlier this month.
China's Tencent Games is releasing a new MMO called Age of Guns. The game features a dual wielding hero that looks like he was plucked from the Japanese character design reject pile.
Check out the latest batch of screenshots for the upcoming Devil May Cry reboot. Fans might well be disappointed with the stylistic ditching of Dante's iconic white hair (which actually does appear in his Devil Trigger mode), but there's no denying that these images scream style.
With DMC: Devil May Cry, the iconic Capcom series has been shipped off to Westerners to develop. The game is being handled by Ninja Theory, the folks behind Heavenly Sword.
DMC: Devil May Cry isn't only getting a new trailer at this year's Gamescom, it's getting new screens. Funny that!
Devil May Cry is getting reworked as DMC: Devil May Cry—a fresh take on an old favorite.
Some hate it. Some love it. There is going to be a new Devil May Cry game called DmC: Devil May Cry, and the reaction has run the full spectrum. Time to ask the diehards.