Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite only came out less than a week ago, but longtime Marvel players have been hitting the lab and putting together their teams. One player showed his prowess last night by putting up a perfect round.
I've been enjoying DmC: Devil May Cry, Ninja Theory's reboot of Capcom's violent, venerable dude-juggling series. Evan likes it, too.
You might associate the holidays with decorative lights, presents, warmth and cheer. But that's not the way to get into the spirit of the season, oh no.
The DMC: Devil May Cry trailer from E3 showed a hack-and-slash action game set in a dark world where demons/devils control society through media and products. In the game, the main character, Dante, joins forces with an Anonymous-like group called The Order to fight against the demonic rulers. Anyone who played the…
So, Capcom has been adamant about the fact that DMC is a re-imagining of their Devil May Cry mythos. That means Dante looks different, drops the F-bomb a whole lot more and adventures through a different landscape, even if the game plays very similarly to the titles of the past.
My best camera lost its shutter button a year ago. My second best camera lost its button five shots into today's Dragon Con day one cosplay harvest. My third best camera was purchased at Wal-Mart a half hour ago.
No matter how much you may hate the new punk look of Devil May Cry's Dante, keep in mind it could have been worse.
This new trailer for Marvel Vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds is a lot like the first one, with two major differences - Dante and Deadpool.
Here baby Melodie shows off her very extensive knowledge of game characters. So amazing. So cute.
These fireworks were spotted by Kotakuite rrockshow182 in Missouri, and it looks like Dante is moonlighting as a firecracker model. Lucky him. rrockshow182 asks: "Think capcom will cut me in on the lawsuit?" Dunno! But even fireworks makers should know that if you play with fire, you get burned (and shit starts…