DmC Devil May Cry Footage Shows Multi-Weapon Combos, Cancelling And More

By Ishaan . August 17, 2012 . 12:00pm

Capcom have released lengthy new play footage of DmC Devil May Cry. While the footage shows off two levels we’ve already seen before, the combat system is illustrated in greater detail, showing off how you can switch between different weapons during combos, cancelling, and talk of various other combo possibilities in the game. Take a look at it below:

 

 

A few notes from the video:

 

  • Rain Storm from Devil May Cry 3 is in.
  • No “styles” like in previous DMCs, but their combos can be replicated.
  • Instead of rigid styles, weapon-switching is how you customize play-style.
  • Some enemies have shields; use heavy-hitting demon weapon to break through.
  • Pause combos are in the game. (1, 2, pause, 3, 4, 5),
  • One of these (in air) helps you helicopter yourself back into the air.
  • There are moves that lift you up, or lift enemies, bring you down, or bring enemies down.
  • You can cancel out of an air dash.

 

DmC Devil May Cry will be released on January 15th, 2013 in North America.


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  • http://www.facebook.com/stale.laastad Ståle Laastad

    While it looks like it has some fun aspects to it, based on what i seen, i feel like the atmosphere is somewhat weaker than the previous.

    a good example is Resident Evil 5, not a bad game, but not the same golden atmosphere as the previous.
     

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jonathan-Ingram/100002032335254 Jonathan Ingram

       Aye….

      Even then… isn’t a Devil May Cry game supposed to be able to kick your ass even at an early point?

      • http://www.facebook.com/people/Nicholas-Wilder/100002008494048 Nicholas Wilder

        No, only the original DMC3 was that ludicrously difficult at an early boss fight.

        • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jonathan-Ingram/100002032335254 Jonathan Ingram

          True, true… (Hello foot, meet my own mouth)

          But for quite a few people I know, they loved it XD.

          Either way I will concede the gameplay looks fun…. but… I dunno if I will ever like this change in tone… and I just CAN’T take it seriously, despite them wanting me to. Aye, don’t worry, I at least am trying to be fair to this game. XD

          • andref

             Maybe it’s the dialogue that’s getting to you but I know it’s getting to me. Gameplay looks fast and fun and that’s great but plot and dialogue can make or break a game, movie or anything else. That dialogue that has been shown in the trailers released just rubs me the wrong way

          • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jonathan-Ingram/100002032335254 Jonathan Ingram

            Yeah, that’s gotta be it.  And the way Dante says “But you can call me “Dante The Demon Killer” ” sounds really… a lot like a conceited teen. And this Dante is supposed to be in his mid-20′s.

            And yeah.  Even if the classic games were cheesy and cliche, they embraced them, even if they weren’t intentional at first.  This is cheesy and cliche and it doesn’t seem to get that.

            Yeah, sorry if I fanned any flames here… I’m just trying to be honest here. I’ll save my final judgements on the gameplay for the inevitable demo.

        • Kris

          I had a lot of trouble with DMC1′s phantom as a kid… >.>

        • Kris

          I had a lot of trouble with DMC1′s phantom as a kid… >.>

  • http://wiredjungle.wordpress.com/ DrakosAmatras

    Oh~ joy… Just when I thought the day is almost over without any ruckus, a DmC thread.

    Just… behave yourselves, folks. We’ve heard pretty much every argument worth hearing from both sides, and we’re tired of irrational responses. Let’s not fan up old flames again.

    • Luna Kazemaru

      Get your hammer ready

      • http://wiredjungle.wordpress.com/ DrakosAmatras

        To say the bloody least, yes.

        • Kaihedgie

          “Looks like things are starting to heat up”

  • Anime10121

    Gameplay is looking surprisingly GOOD so far, but is just me or does the framerate look INCREDIBLY choppy in this video (God I’m hoping its just the badly recorded video) but at certain times it almost looks like Dante is moving in a flip book.

    • http://www.siliconera.com/ Ishaan

      That’s just the YouTube encoding. If you look at the start of the video, you’ll notice it’s not just the game that looks a little choppy.

      • Anime10121

         Good, as the gameplay was my only main concern about this game, and this new trailer looks great!  Hopefully it’ll run good on PS3 considering its on UE3, but from what I’ve seen so far, it looks just like DMC4′s Nero gameplay mixed with Dante’s moves.  I just hope it plays as well as it looks :)

        • http://www.siliconera.com/ Ishaan

          Yeah, that was something that really bummed me out about DMC4–the way they switched you over to Dante later in the game, and all of a sudden, poof; no more Devil Bringer. That put me off from finishing the game, honestly, since I’d grown so reliant on the DB for my combos. Very glad it’s front and centre in DmC.

          • Anime10121

             Yep, BIG fan of the Devil Bringer here too!  But honestly you didnt miss much if you quit at Dante in DMC4, as the whole game basically just repeated itself, you did the exact same things with Dante that you did with Nero only going in opposite directions.  The only thing you missed was basically the final battle, which while fun, wasn’t THAT great (nowhere near Dante vs. Vergil in 3).  I’m sure you probably already saw the final cutscenes on Youtube and nothings really “resolved” as far as plot points go.  Which is why I still hope that we’ll get a DMC5 too (which according to Capcom isn’t outside the realm of possibilities), even if they decide to continue with the reboot.

  • ZBaksh386

    the only obstacle left is that demo.

    lets hope we get one soon.

    • revivegamesrise23

      we will get a demo you can count on that. it’s just that the demo would probably be releasing in December since the Game comes out January of Next year so we’ll see.

  • rinalicat

    Capcom. SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY.

  • Tales_of_Master

    I was indifferent to the game at first, although I’m a big fan of the DMC games. After NT revealed more of the story and more of the new-old characters, I’ve got to say that I’m interested in the game. Although I hate Capcom with a passion, I’m still not worried about the gameplay, I’m sure Capcom won’t release a DmC game that can’t hold up to the old games on the PS2. So if this play like DMC1 or DMC3 I’m gonna be more than satisfied.

    • Godmars

      Its NT’s insistence that they’ll surpass the older DMCs that’s caused all – most – of the issues.

      The thing weather or not they can surpass themselves where both Heavenly Sword and Enslaved ultimately failed to live up to presented expectations. With the lead developer having a tendency to blame the audience for not appreciating his work instead of owning up to his failings.

  • Prinnydoom

    Looking good definitely going to be a birthday present next year ^______^

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000172099718 Dominic Hunter

    Oh wow! I was wondering how the combat was gonna evolve later in the game, and I’m pleased to hear that you’ll get more weapons as the game progresses!

  • Gaara D.Dragon

    Ladies and gentlemen, i present to you Hipster Of War !

    If this fails fast enough and with Platinum games’ schedule clear, having finished MG Rising, they could pick it up right away and we could see a DMC 5 this gen or early in the next like DMC 4!

    I may be a dreamer, but I’m not the only one !

    • Anime10121

       Wont happen, Capcom doesnt seem to take to kindly to giving their I.P. to people associated with the creation of that particular I.P.  And although I hate it, I can kinda understand why.  Capcom doesn’t want to look like they are crawling back to people who have quit/left their company or they dont want it to look like they are incompetant handling their own I.P. by themselves without the input of someone who left their company.

      • Gaara D.Dragon

        What you call crawling back, could be seen as coming home. I think Capcom sees DMC very seriously and expects millions to act immaturely or let it die altogether.

        I think it’s the same with RE, there were some hiccups but then it returned to greatness with RE4. I think we do have such a chance with DMC.

        I think as costumers we do have the power to ignore games that were made by marketing departments who thought that a God Of War game with emo/hipster aesthetics would be suitable as the grave stone for the real Devil May Cry.

        • Fr33Kingdom

          …. emo hipster aesthetics? What is emo or hipster about it? I’ve seen a lot of this game, it’s art direction is head and shoulders above most of the industry! The aesthetics are top notch. No idea how a marketing department could come up with that…..nor do i see god of war in this game. Watch the video! Even take a look at this 
          http://www.twitch.tv/capcomunity/b/328921611

    • Kris

      As opposed to the original series Otaku of War? :P

      While the scythe is definitely about crowd control, there is very little about the game that feels like God of War. It’s still very Devil May Cry, just different in a few ways. I recommend playing the demo when you get a chance… And besides, you can always support Anarchy Reigns and Metal Gear Rising Q1 if you want to give Platinum some love.

  • Kuro Kairi

    I’m liking the combat a lot, a lot of stuff seem cancelable so that will introduce a lot of new stuff and the guns are good too, the only problem is that i seems a little slower and heavier that dmc3, old Dante wielded weapons like they were feathers.

    But when I heard that guy call this new kid Dante I died a little inside. :(
    The new guy is just getting on my nerves he acts so juvenile its really just painful to listen to him.

    I guess if I’m buying I’m buying used.

    • Fr33Kingdom

      I think the point was to make him juvenile. Having the weapons seem heavier was intentional as well. After his swings he sort of stutter steps a bit, they said they wanted him to seem less polished than the dante everyone is used too. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Bobby-Jennings/100000158197173 Bobby Demetris Jennings

    Too good, definitely getting this this Nov.

    • Domii

      It’s coming out Jan.

    • Domii

      It’s coming out Jan.

  • Valtiel Ikari

    Gameplay definetly looks polished a bit, but don’t know, something still seems off and inferior to previous, and the fact that all the gameplay description I have read here and there let it clear that the game combat is easier, and I kinda liked the fact that maintaining air combos was challenging in past games.

    Also, seems like they will keep the scripted linear traveling.

    Well, guess that there will be people that will enjoy this game, but it’s still not for me. I’l just wait for the anouncement for Devil May Cry 5, I hope they let Platinum Games handle it, and hopefuly, capcom will be as considerate and flexible as they are to NT, because I’m sure if capcom had given PG the same treatment as they are giving to NT, Devil May Cry would have been better and more complete.

    • Kris

      I’d just say buy Anarchy Reigns and Metal Gear Rising if you want a Platinum game. Both are a lot of fun! But I would recommend giving the DmC demo a go when it ultimately releases, the game is much better than some are giving it credit for.

      To be honest, I’m glad Devil May Cry isn’t in the hands of Platinum. I feel like the series feels best under Itsuno’s watch, and I felt his influence even in the early E3 demo I played.

      • Valtiel Ikari

        is just that personaly, the original Devil May Cry (back when PG where Clover Studios) and Devil May Cry 3 are superior to me. Itsuno came in with DMC 2 (wich personally, I think should be errased from history) so he is in part responsable for almoust-totally-uberly destroying the franchice, and then, the same team from Devil May Cry 1 came in and saved the franchise with Devil May Cry 3, so in that aspect, I can’t feel the same way that you feel for Itsuno’s watch.

        And Devil May Cry 4, I already stated that was an incomplete game (personaly, I think the biggest problem there was that the game was being worked only for PS3, but letter on capcom decided to make the game multyplatform, wich consumed a lot of the time PG had for the game).
        But that is just my opinion, hope you enjoy this new version, I rather wait for the classic universe to continue since they announced that it wasn’t discarded for this new one, both will parallely exist.

        • Kris

          The team from 1 didn’t work on 3 though! 3 was led by Itsuno, and Itsuno only joined the DMC2 team partway through development… I don’t know why people think that Kamiya and Team Little Devils was involved with 3. :P

          I feel you on DMC4 though, it has its problems narratively and level-design wise… but it also has some of the best action game combat of all time. While I still prefer 3 by a mile (it’s my favorite game ever), I recommend checking out the game again, especially on harder difficulties with more abilities unlocked. 

          Maybe it’s because I’m not a huge fan of Bayonetta’s structure and progression, but I still prefer Itsuno’s 3 (and parts of 4) more than anything I’ve played from Platinum (although I’m hoping that Revengeance changes that). 

          Seriously though, give DmC a shot. It’s not the same Dante we know and love, but you can feel the same combat in there. Just give it a go before writing it off completely. :)

          • Valtiel Ikari

            oh, guess I got a little mixed with the teams form DMC1 and 3.

            The truth, I will play DmC, but I wont buy it (unless the price drop below $25), maybe rent or wait if my friend gets it (even thought thanks to Tameem attitude, he has giving almoust completely up the game, he wanted to play it, but Antoniades continous arrogance and insult have make it difficult for him to like this again, same for me, if they sayed from the start that classic universe wasn’t going to be replaced and would continue parallel to to this new version and Antoniades would had thought well his selection of words before opening his mouth, general feeling to the game would be different, very different. Instead, there this overall feel of damage control and trying to make it look like they never said the bad things about the franchice and the fans).

            EDIT:
            @Kris (the reply button doesn’t appear on your coment, so I’m answering here).

            Well, cant find the source that I read one interview whit him saying that he doesn’t care about the old fans (when I search it in google the only thing I find are forum wars about the people that like the new direction and those who dont), there was this one youtube video in wich in an interview he laughs of fans complaint, also he is entitled to the belive that people that are saying that they don’t like the game are dishonest and actually like it.

            Well any way, I will still give the game a chance, since you actually were very nice in your request, and also I would like to pass my own judment on it, instead of relaing on others opinions, but I’m still more exited about future announcement of DMC5 from the regular universe (specially since I found info about a press conference capcom did some years ago explaining the novels in wich they reveal Vergil to be Nero’s dad, seem like shabby info, but would like to see if it’s true on future regular verse games)

          • Kris

            I’ve heard a lot of people say that Tameem’s been insulting, would you mind showing me some examples? I know asking that sounds a lot like trolling, but the man was incredibly nice and rather humble when I met him. 

            However, considering the number of people who have said he’s been insulting, I’m really curious to see what he’s said.

          • Valtiel Ikari

            oh, guess I got a little mixed with the teams form DMC1 and 3.

            The truth, I will play DmC, but I wont buy it (unless the price drop below $25), maybe rent or wait if my friend gets it (even thought thanks to Tameem attitude, he has giving almoust completely up the game, he wanted to play it, but Antoniades continous arrogance and insult have make it difficult for him to like this again, same for me, if they sayed from the start that classic universe wasn’t going to be replaced and would continue parallel to to this new version and Antoniades would had thought well his selection of words before opening his mouth, general feeling to the game would be different, very different. Instead, there this overall feel of damage control and trying to make it look like they never said the bad things about the franchice and the fans).

            EDIT:
            @Kris (the reply button doesn’t appear on your coment, so I’m answering here).

            Well, cant find the source that I read one interview whit him saying that he doesn’t care about the old fans (when I search it in google the only thing I find are forum wars about the people that like the new direction and those who dont), there was this one youtube video in wich in an interview he laughs of fans complaint, also he is entitled to the belive that people that are saying that they don’t like the game are dishonest and actually like it.

            Well any way, I will still give the game a chance, since you actually were very nice in your request, and also I would like to pass my own judment on it, instead of relaing on others opinions, but I’m still more exited about future announcement of DMC5 from the regular universe (specially since I found info about a press conference capcom did some years ago explaining the novels in wich they reveal Vergil to be Nero’s dad, seem like shabby info, but would like to see if it’s true on future regular verse games)

  • Gaara D.Dragon

    I can’t believe people are actually considering turning their back on Dante and buying this game.

    • Luna Kazemaru

      Lol what

    • http://www.siliconera.com/ Ishaan

      All right, that’s about enough from you. Last warning. If you have nothing productive to say, don’t say anything.

      • Luna Kazemaru

        <3

      • Luna Kazemaru

        <3

      • Domii

        Thank you.

      • Domii

        Thank you.

      • Gaara D.Dragon

        Thank you for that chance. If you want productive, I shall give you productive.

        Even by the mild success of Dragon’s Dogma Capcom has shown interest in a sequel. So it is possible that any short of success from DmC may result in a sequel of the new western direction of the series since Capcom is admittedly pursuing sales numbers in the scale of 5 mil, achieved by western action games such as God Of War.

        So Capcom is likely looking to built on NT’s DmC and the fact that they have re adjusted the sales expectations to 2 mil doesn’t rule out that the long term goal remains Gow sales. All the expenses they are making right now, prolonging the dev cycle,  and the damage control in terms of public acceptance they are doing is not unlikely to be an investment in the future of NT’s DmC, so a possible sequel will have a far more fertile ground. They probably consider that the DMC franchise peeked commercially with DMC 4, which explains their early statements of how they want to “re invent” DMC. DMC’s sales as a whole are respectable and somewhat steady, which shows a loyal crowd of course but for capcom that was admittedly not enough.  In simpler terms
        that shows arrogance and a complete lack of faith in the Japanese face of the action game industry, so my take as a gamer is that we are looking at a very real possibility of either / or.

        Thusly, as costumers we do have the power and the responsibility to show our preferences since it is more that likely that is will drastically affect the future of the series. On the other hand we do know that Platinum has NOT closed the door on working on a DMC sequel.

        • Domii

          I understand your concern, but this is still not an excuse to turn your back on this game. Quality is the most important aspect of game development. So here I say, if the game ends up being good, who cares where it came from.

          • Gaara D.Dragon

            im not saying that. i making a good case of how “voting” with your wallet for one, will rule out the other.

            read again please.

          • Domii

            Oh I read it pretty well, and I’m sticking with my original point.

        • Fr33Kingdom

          Capcom japan is also working on the game so it can’t really be considered “lack of faith in the japanese face of the action game industry”. It’s that face that is working on what they consider to be their “next big franchise”, Dragon’s Dogma. Maybe this isn’t an East vs West thing as many try to make it, it’s likely more of an old vs new thing. They do wanted to elevate the dmc ip to much higher sales that is correct, but they were aware that drawing people in with the 5th entry in a series that’s story is supposedly negligible would be a bit difficult. They believed that doing the same thing again wouldn’t elevate the ip. Though honestly this dmc, seems to be what devil may cry would be if it were made today. Devil may cry seemed to fit an older definition of “cool” and yes it was trying. This fits a newer definition and yes it’s clearly trying. This is all just observations from afar of course. 

          I guess fans will have to decide whether they want more of the same, or something new. 

          • Gaara D.Dragon

            great, now we have people repeating Antoniades’ interviews….

            yes they do have lack of faith since this is but a complete westernization attempt

          • M’iau M’iaut

            No sir, we just have folks who have a different viewpoint than your own. If you can’t accept that, you are welcome to post elsewhere.

          • Fr33Kingdom

            What interview? How could it be a westernization attempt when they seem to be working with japan? It’s definitely an attempt to appeal to a different audience. 

        • http://www.siliconera.com/ Ishaan

          Dragon’s Dogma and Resident Evil 6 are two of Capcom’s biggest releases this year. Both have been made by Japanese development teams. Next year, Monster Hunter 4 will be among their biggest releases. That game is developed by a Japanese team, too. I don’t see that as “losing faith” in the least.

          In fact, the reason DmC is being developed by a western studio is so that their Japan studio is free to grow Dragon’s Dogma into a new franchise. It’s very clear that they consider their own internal resources a very important asset.

        • http://wiredjungle.wordpress.com/ DrakosAmatras

          “Responsibility to show our preferences”? Isn’t that what people have been doing? In fact, the problem is that some people go overboard with their expressions, which is why we have to be strict about these threads.

          Besides, the essence of what you said (as I understand) is that you consider the old DMC to be what people should be supporting. …Isn’t that up to each person’s decisions and preferences? I’m not trying to be mean here, but: Franchises come and go; it’s inevitable. It’s not like people bought the first DMC knowing that’s exactly what they want of that game; the new DmC is going to have its own fans in the same manner. Nothing unusual, or “wrong”, about that.

    • http://wiredjungle.wordpress.com/ DrakosAmatras

      It’s called “being open-minded”.

      And ignored my indirect warning/notification near the top of the thread, did you?

      • http://www.facebook.com/people/Richard-Viet-Nguyen/100000070536507 Richard Viet Nguyen

        I’m starting to think you should post a warning in the actual articles of anything that partly mentions DmC.

  • Domii

    The fist look freaking awesome from what I’ve seen. I also love the fact that you can charge every weapon in the game, not a selected few like in the past. So far I’m digging it.

    Edit: Hey Kris, I know you reading this, so please remember to find out during PAX more info about the devil trigger ok.

  • Go2hell66

    Nice, the game is so pretty i almost forgot dante’s ugly mug was right in the middle of the screen :D

    Gameplay looks good, actually looking forward to trying it out

  • Domii

    Guys I found the GT footage I saw about this interesting boss fight. Check it out.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9JQTymZwkB8&feature=youtube_gdata_player

    • Fr33Kingdom

      I saw that on ign! I dont know how anyone could deny how cool that is, i honestly believe if it wasn’t called devil may cry this game would have so much hype behind it. And if no one new who developed it they’d assume it was a japanese developer because of the art direction and fantastic world. 

      • Domii

        That’s nothing. You should’ve seen the DmC version of the Beowulf fist that I saw over at GT, It looked crazy awesome.

        • Bentan

          in b4 at the end of the game, dante becomes dmc3 dante  complete with manbra outfit everyone loves

          • Domii

            Huh?

    • http://wiredjungle.wordpress.com/ DrakosAmatras

      Couldn’t help but notice the comments below that video. It seems people hate it when Dante exhibits juvenile behavior, but have no problems behaving like juveniles themselves. I guess uninvited “self”-reflections must really hurt.

      • Domii

        Yeah. I’ve always said that DmC/Capcom threads bring the worst out of people around these parts. Luckily for us that are excited about this game, that you guys are enforcing the site’s rules in these threads.

  • Gaara D.Dragon

    Complete westernization is not my viewpoint or my phobia or whatever. It is the reality of this endeavor. Calling this art direction japanese is simply not a fact, it is a consciously misleading statement.

    And when someone says, DMC used to be cool but not anymore and DmC will be cooler, that is not a “different viewpoint” that is Antoniades interview. scripta manent

  • darkfox1

    Im gonna buy this game….. and not gonna regret it…

  • ShawnOtakuSomething

    *ahmm* the game play looks awesome since its for PC there’s sure to be skins or costumes but oddly hes starting to grow on me…. O_O

    • http://www.siliconera.com/ Ishaan

      If you have nothing productive to say, please don’t say anything at all. I won’t warn you again. Next time you’ll get banned, no questions asked.

      Edit: In fact, this is your second warning. You’ve already been warned once for bragging about piracy on here. Consider yourself very lucky to still be around.

      • ShawnOtakuSomething

        game modifications is piracy? Sorry

        • http://www.siliconera.com/ Ishaan

          It says “piracy” in our moderation chart. I’m fairly certain our mods can tell the difference between the two.

          • ShawnOtakuSomething

            you sure moderation chart isn’t modded? *sigh* bad joke fine I’ll change it

  • Manuel Antony Marcano

    theres a lot of reasons why its still not for me, but this will be a great experience for a lot of people and seeing stuff like cancelling is a step in the right direction, hope it works out. 

  • Solomon_Kano

    It’s interesting to note how much sound design actually does for a game. I’d said many times before that the gunplay lacked punch to me for some reason, and it turns out that it was due to the sound effect they had before. Much, much weaker. We now also have the return of a lot of Dante’s tricks from DMC3, so that’s definitely a good thing.

    The combat has looked better and better each time they show the game, so I’m actually pretty confident this will be fun now. Hopefully NT will take the things they’ve learned from Capcom with them to whatever their next game is, because it looks like they’ve finally got a game with suitable gameplay. I’m very much looking forward to playing this.

    • Domii

      Agreed. I’ve always seen NT as a developer with a lot of potential. It seems that Capcom are helping them realize that potential, now let’s hope that we see a great improvement in their own future IPs.

      • Solomon_Kano

        Yea, if they leave this with the quality of gameplay to match their stories, then I’ll definitely be looking forward to whatever they do next.

  • Peter Le

    I absolutely hated the idea of a DMC reboot at first… But now this has piqued my interest. I’m impressed by the gameplay and actually want it now. If the characters had different names it would’ve been more well received I’m sure.

  • neetyneety

    Is it bad that I like what I see in that video? In fact, if I had an HD console, I would actually be excited to buy this.

  • LynxAmali

    Cancelling seems interesting enough.
    Same with multi-weapon combos.

    Huh.
    Still not too fond on the aesthetics though.
    Maybe it’ll grow on me when I pick it up? 

  • Mildra

    When I first found out about this, I was in the “cautiously optimistic” crowd, now, count me firmly in the “welcome to my library” camp. Just goes to show that first impressions aren’t as useful as they’re cracked up to be.

    My biggest fear, however, is that this game is going to get TRASHED by the reviewing circuit for not having the same visual aesthetic as previous games, gameplay and facts be damned. (a similar case in point is when GTcomplained about the amount of cheese in the dialogue in 4).

    That said, i’ll be looking forward to it, and seeing how long it takes before I make the “bad lieutenant” analogy again.

    • Eilanzer

      No way…
      on the contrary…The “review world” will distribute good grades for this game …And…The players will bash…I can even bet /o/

      For me…Capcom is dead…a company that does not respect his customers doesn´t deserve my money!

      • Mildra

        Honestly, while capcom has done some things I don’t exactly condone, I can’t bring myself to throw all the labels everyone else has on them (especially when I compare them to other companies i’ve had issues with). That, and my promise to support new IP whenever I can is a higher priority

  • http://twitter.com/CheeseCakez0 Ace

    My name is Vergil. But you can call me Vergil the demon killer. 

  • AaqibRawat

    damn anybody says anything negative about this game they get picked out and destroyed !

    After viewing this video …. the combat is a bit ropey and slow.

    its going to be weird going from fast game play from the previous games to this:{

    stop spamming the scythe man !

  • FlameEmperor

    I still don’t agree with the styles being removed e.e….
    Thats was one of the reasons I loved the previous games in the serious.
    Actually feels like I’m getting less combat wise with this game.

  • Syn

    Am sorry to who ever thinks this game will suck, That seamless transition from the rain storm in to a sword slash and the potential for tones of high level skill based combinations has me riled up with freaking JOY!!! if the potential to completely make your own moves is diverse and possibilities increase as you progress, count me a fan. DMC has always been about the gameplay, and from what DmC is showing, it got alot of potential, will definitely be trying this one out.

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