If you’re violently resistant to change, you may want to tell all puntable creatures to leave the room. According to Siliconera, Dante’s now half-demon and half-angel. Unfortunately, according to our villainous arch-rival Math, that leaves very little room for the human half that so characterized the white-haired embodiment of mid-life crisis in previous games. On the upside, the back-and-forth between Dante’s eclectic backgrounds will manifest in changes to his weapon, creating either a holy scythe or evil axe. Fingers crossed, though, that the weaponized guitar’s also making a comeback. Because truly, what’s more righteous than the power of rock?
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DmC: Devil May Cry takes the series in a new direction without watering down the series’ core fundamentals of combat, pacing and those ever-addictive red orbs. Capcom US producer Alex Jones has explained to VG247 why it understands fan’s initial reaction to Dante’s redesign and why it wanted to tone down the corny jokes and […]
DmC: Devil May Cry
We’ve got a new video showing the first 30 minutes of DmC: Definitive Edition in stunning 1080p/60fps.
The enhanced, 1080p/60 DmC: Definitive Edition is out today and everyone seems to like it.