a new Devil May Cry is in the works
September 15, 2010

from Gamespot:

"While details on the game were scarce, Capcom described the new game--simply called DMC--as a "re-imagining" of the franchise, one that will feature a young Dante and his adventures from before the first game"

oh no another re-imagining!!!!!!! they could have named it Devil May Cry 5 and made it a prequel.....the trailer is awesome and so is the voice but i didnt like the new Dante.....

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zippdementia zippdementia - September 15, 2010 (11:19 AM)
I remember hanging out with Rueben Langdon and Daniel Southworth. Cool guys.


So this is basically Capcom saying "DMC3 was really succesful, so, uh, let's do that again!"
sashanan sashanan - September 15, 2010 (12:40 PM)
DMC3 has been on my shelf and unplayed for years now. It is so legendary for its difficulty that I suspect I'll hit game over somewhere halfway to carrying it to my PS2.
blood-omen blood-omen - September 15, 2010 (01:01 PM)
honestly and im not bragging here coz i know i suck at games.....DMC 3 wasnt that hard......i dont know why it became famous for that......
Genj Genj - September 15, 2010 (01:25 PM)
Only the American version of the standard edition of DMC3 was considered "too hard" because Capcom completely screwed up he difficulty settings by making the default difficulty the Japanese version's Hard and kicking up all the difficulties from there. The problem is, Hard in the DMC series is meant to be played while retaining all your weapons and upgrades from a Normal playthrough. It stands to reason making you start from scratch on Hard is a bit unfair. You pretty much had to play it on Easy and if you were the type that needed Easy Automatic on the first game, you were pretty much screwed. The European version has the same difficulty settings as the original Japanese release after unanimous criticism over the American localization.

As for the new game, I will be happy if it plays like a Devil May Cry and doesn't involve recycling levels halfway through like DMC4. I don't know what to think about it being made by Ninja Theory.
sashanan sashanan - September 15, 2010 (01:53 PM)
And of course the version I ended up with is the American one. Given that I get my ass kicked by the original DMC fairly early in the game already, I think I did the right thing never opening that DMC3 box. Who knows what will come out.
blood-omen blood-omen - September 16, 2010 (09:54 AM)
but i dont know which version i played :P
bluberry bluberry - September 18, 2010 (09:28 PM)
what is this shit
Suskie Suskie - September 18, 2010 (10:36 PM)
Wasn't Bayonetta pretty much the successor/reboot the series needed since it was pretty much everything DMC4 wasn't? Of course, you goomers didn't buy Bayonetta, so now we'll have to settle for a goth-punk re-imagining by the guys who made Kung Fu Chaos. Excellent.
sashanan sashanan - September 19, 2010 (01:25 AM)
Not my fault they're releasing consoles faster than I can clear my backlog :P Still PS2-bound for the foreseeable future...
Genj Genj - September 19, 2010 (11:48 AM)
Wasn't Bayonetta pretty much the successor/reboot the series needed since it was pretty much everything DMC4 wasn't? Of course, you goomers didn't buy Bayonetta, so now we'll have to settle for a goth-punk re-imagining by the guys who made Kung Fu Chaos. Excellent.

So you'd rather see Dante pole dancing?
bluberry bluberry - September 19, 2010 (11:59 AM)
I agree with Suskie. I'd even go so far as saying Bayonetta's on par with/better than DMC1, shame the PS3 version sucked a bit.

the best you can really hope for with the new DMC is another DMC3, decent game with a great combat engine. except now Dante is a queer from Detroit. beautiful.
zippdementia zippdementia - September 19, 2010 (01:22 PM)
I like queers. I don't really like Detroit, though.
WilltheGreat WilltheGreat - September 20, 2010 (01:44 PM)
Well you can't please everybody.
Suskie Suskie - September 20, 2010 (01:47 PM)
We just beat Detroit.

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