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Capcom intended for "knee-jerk reaction" over Dante's new look

Posted: 21.10.2010 by Technet2k

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Those crafty Capcom bigwigs knew fans of Devil May Cry would be baited into getting all hot under the collar over Ninja Theory's Dante makeover.

All the "discussion and dialogue" skyrocketed the "visibility of the title" versus same old Dante. This is an origin story of before we knew the guy.

Devil May Cry's reboot deal was "a no-brainer" for Ninja Theory

Posted: 08.10.2010 by Technet2k

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Enslaved developer Ninja Theory says everything about Devil May Cry requires the studio doing all "the things we love;" super fights and cinematics.

They say it's a "very good fit". Ninja haven't tackled an established IP before, which enticed them more. UK studio has "a lot of synergy" with Capcom.

New DMC Dante about "making you feel cool" says Ninja Theory

Posted: 22.09.2010 by Technet2k

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Sorry old timer but that Dante that built Devil May Cry "isn't cool anymore," said Tameem Antoniades of Ninja Theory. It must draw "on new things."

The studio did have more "far out" designs for the new young Dante, like being shirtless. Capcom's Inafune said 'no'. DMC must "update and mature".

Inafune: Japan is "five years behind", only "awful games" at TGS

Posted: 20.09.2010 by Technet2k

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Capcom's Keiji Inafune has lashed out at fellow countrymen again in the Japanese videogames industry; they're "at least five years behind".

He noted "everyone's making awful games" when he looked around this year's Tokyo Game Show. Capcom is "barely keeping up" with the West.

Devil May Cry creator 'not enthused' with Ninja Theory's Dante

Posted: 17.09.2010 by Technet2k

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Hideki Kamiya, creator of Devil May Cry, says he misses the Dante he crafted for the series, adding he's "sad since Dante left me." DMC was at TGS.

Ninja Theory is leading the all-new Devil May Cry with a younger Dante, who's all for breaking curfew and hooliganism. Kamiya-san isn't impressed much.