• CirnoLakes

    Nothing really unusual here. Capcom has a fairly good history with the PC. And the recent Devil May Cry games have pretty good PC support.

    Not going to change the fact that this game is viewed very negatively by the gaming community.

    • eilegz

       now if only they use steam and not gfw, plus the fact that capcom digital pc games its region locked =/

    • tubers

      Was the prev. PC DMC port also handled by this Polish QLOC?

    • Budgiecat

      DMC 3 PC version was pretty crappy actually

      • https://twitter.com/#!/Ojsinnerz Firo_Prochainezo

        Yeah, but that wasn’t done by Capcom lol. DMC4, on the other hand, I heard was excellent.

      • CirnoLakes

        Yeah, I have that one. It pretty well is. Mostly the fact it is bare bones. It’s a pain to mess with anything and even have a working controller. I not having much in the way to mess with the resolution or the controller or anything for that game. And I kind of wish they would make a patch to fix that port. Gosh knows we deserve one.

        That’s I guess what I meant by “recent”. I shouldn’t have said games. What I meant was that PC support for Devil May Cry has improved for 3 to 4. Devil May Cry 4 being much more friendly of a port that 3. SEGA and Capcom have both improved their PC support a lot in recent year.

    • linksow

      Yes yes, DMC3 and DMC4 did great, however that control ussue on DMC3 was annoying, but thankfully could be easily solved.

      And, let the rage live forever.

  • MrRobbyM

    If they use Steam then I’ll be all over the PC version.

  • Budgiecat

    “Real Dante” PC mods to ensue….

    • OatMatadoQuatro

      Which of the four Dantes? DMC3 Dante is the best for me (DMC2 Dante and DMC4 Dante were hard to take serious)

      • https://twitter.com/#!/Ojsinnerz Firo_Prochainezo

        Really? You took DMC3 Dante seriously? Okay, the final few scenes got to me, but DMC3 Dante was pretty outrageous. Rides missiles, climbs towers with motorcycles, jumps off the said tower while being stylish as heck, and tons of other stuff.

        Uncle Dante’s my favourite. It’s pretty clear he’s not trying at all in 4, and lets Nero take the spotlight. He’s self aware he can fix things if he tries, so he just tries to have fun with anything around. That’s why we got the Lucifer weapon intro and the play.

        • OatMatadoQuatro

          It’s that DMC4 Dante plays around with anything he can turning the game into a comedy (he even makes a poem). DMC3 Dante was considerably less childish and his attitude actually fitted his age (a teenager). And then it’s the fact that DMC3 Dante decides to takes things seriously inspired by Lady’s will.

          • https://twitter.com/#!/Ojsinnerz Firo_Prochainezo

            The thing is, he knows he can just fix things if he bothers trying at all. He’s already beaten Mundus, he sort of “avenged” Vergil, and he was already a party-loving-guy-pizza-eating-sundae-consuming-guy to begin with. Oh, and he’s still an immortal, and there’s practically NOTHING that can even scratch him in that universe if he’s serious about a fight.

            What else can a guy like that do to get some fun?

          • linksow

            Hum… Mundus will return (not now that DmC exists…), however Dante can’t beat him without Sparda Sword, even with it he nearly died, Dante was ready to accept his defeat when Trish showed up.

            Mundus is probably the only match for Dante in the whole Devil May Cry Universe, maybe he got strong enough to face him without Sparda Sword by DMC4 times, but I really doubt so, after all we’re talking about the Demon Emperor, the one who took Sparda to seal away.

    • CirnoLakes

      Haha, that’s one benefit to PC gaming all right!

  • http://kinlit.com Kuiper

    As much as I’d like to play this game on PS3 for trophy support, I’ll be holding out for the PC version since I’m of the belief that a game like DMC cannot be fully enjoyed at 30 FPS.  The PC version of DMC4 was excellent so I have high hopes for this release.

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