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DmC's official box art unveiled... even for Genesis

Capcom revealed the box art for Ninja Theory's upcoming Devil May Cry reboot, DmC, yesterday on its blog. A slice of the box art, which features the young, re-imagined and short-haired version of Dante at its center, can be seen above.

The game will hit both the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 this coming January, and Capcom did us the great service of showing us the box art for both consoles because, well, we all like different flavors, right?

But I don't know exactly what to make of this: the reveal of DmC's box art for Sega's Genesis. What does this mean Capcom? Has Ninja Theory somehow figured out a way to get this current gen title running on Sega's old, 16-bit machine? Ooh, ooh! Or does it mean they made a 16-bit version of the game? That would be sweet too! Can I pre-order it? When? Where? We need answers.

Reported by Jonathan Davila



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