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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘devil may cry’

PlayStation Plus Gets BioShock Infinite, Don’t Starve In January

It’s the day after Christmas, and you’re already downloading all the free games you can get from PlayStation Plus after your parents, friends or significant other purchased a year’s subscription to PlayStation Plus for you. While there’s plenty of great content to be had on the service already, January is going to be a stellar debut for PlayStation Plus in …

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Capcom Essentials Nets You 5 Games And A Travel Bag For $60

Did you swear off all Capcom games over the last seven years? Did you miss out on such “essentials” like Devil May Cry 4 or Resident Evil 6? If so, Capcom has a treat for you. Capcom announced today its new Capcom Essentials collection that packages together five games for $60. The games included in the set are Resident Evil …

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Devil May Cry “Vergil’s Downfall” DLC Coming March 5

Capcom this week released the first real DLC for its Devil May Cry (DmC) reboot. Titled “Bloody Palace,” the extra content includes the popular Bloody Palace Mode in which players can battle through over 100 levels against progressively harder enemies. The content is free, aside from some optional weapon packs that also went on sale this week for $1 or …

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DmC Dante Gets His Classic Look Back With New DLC

One of the biggest complaints about Devil May Cry (DmC) prior to its release this month was that the main character, Dante, was sporting a new, younger-looking style than he had in previous games. Instead of the shaggy white hair he was known for, the new Dante had a short-cropped emo look and punk clothing to match. For that reason …

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Devil May Cry to Get Bloody Palace Mode

Just days before the release of Devil May Cry (DmC) on January 15, Capcom has announced an new mode that will make a return appearance from previous games in the Devil May Cry franchise. The “Bloody Palace” mode will be available as a free downloadable add-on. No release date for the mode has been set, but Capcom stated that it …

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Devil May Cry CG Trailer Released Online

With less than two weeks to go before the U.S. release of Devil May Cry (DmC), Capcom has released a CG trailer that highlights the game’s departure from previous ones in the series. The spot has been playing in movie theaters in the U.S. throughout the holiday season, which would explain its mass-market-appeal vibe. The video doesn’t show off any …

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Devil May Cry PC Gameplay Trailers Released

Yesterday Capcom announced that the PC version of Devil May Cry (DmC) will be released on January 25, just 10 days after the console versions. The publisher promises that the PC version will be compatible with keyboard & mouse, the Xbox 360 controller, and third-party controllers. In addition, the game will be capable of running at 60 frames per second …

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Devil May Cry Announced For PC, Coming in January

Though all video games are developed using PCs, major titles are now being geared toward the console market where publishers can charge more for games, where games are harder to pirate, and where hardware configurations are constant. In recent years, this has meant delays in the release (or sometimes no release) of the PC versions of games. Good news, then, …

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Devil May Cry Shows Off Its Voice Actors in New Trailers

Many fans of the Devil May Cry series are worried about the new game. From the previous footage that has been shown, the characters have been made younger and more “stylish,” while the the environments have been made more urban. Whether the updates are to woo a new generation of fans or to simply spice up a formula that had …

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Devil May Cry Demo Arrives November 20

Whatever your opinions on Dante’s new short-cropped hair, it’s clear from the screenshots and trailers that the new Devil May Cry (DmC) certainly has imaginative art direction. The weird urban, cyber-punkish settings and the dizzying set pieces that have been shown foretell that the game will be memorable, at the very least. However, the Devil May Cry games have always …

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Vergil Gets His Own DLC Campaign In DmC

DmC, no stranger to controversy, angered fans once again back in August when Vergil was revealed. Instead of the anime-inspired pretty boy that fans have to come to expect and idolize in fan art, Ninja Theory took the character into more of a realistic direction. He seemed more like a straight laced white collar criminal compared to the irrational JRPG …

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New Devil May Cry Trailer Features Urban Destruction

Straight from this weekend’s New York Comic Con, Capcom has released a new trailer for Devil May Cry. Unsurprisingly, it looks a lot like older Devil May Cry games and features a similar combo and juggling fighting style. Judging from the video, seen below, the urban landscape of the game will lend itself well to destruction on an apocalyptic scale. …

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