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E3 2012: Capcom Unity released E3 trailer for DmC: Devil May Cry

Posted: 05.06.2012 by JonahFalcon

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Capcom Unity has released a new E3 2013 trailer for the Devil May Cry reboot, DmC. The video shows off some more of young Dante's moves and storyline.

DmC: Devil May Cry dated 15th January 2013, PC version announced

Posted: 22.05.2012 by JonahFalcon

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Capcom has announced that DmC: Devil May Cry, the reboot of the popular third person action series, will be landing on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 next year on the 15th January, 2013 in North America and Europe.

Capcom also announced that a Windows PC version will be arriving later in 2013.

Ninja Theory and Capcom tweaking DmC's combat and missions

Posted: 17.04.2012 by Technet2k

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The development of DmC by Enslaved developer Ninja Theory has reached the stage where all the game's missions are designed, but they're now getting revised and adjusted.

The same goes for the combat as the studio and Capcom take a closer look at it. The artwork is also a priority as it's brought up to code. Capcom 'guiding' combat gameplay.

"Nothing needs a reboot unless that reboot works," says DMC's Ninja Theory

Posted: 21.03.2012 by Technet2k

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Tameem Antoniades of developer Ninja Theory is no stranger to fan wrath as his studio is handling Capcom's DMC reboot. When a reboot actually works it can make a series "survive."

Antoniades' opinion is "irrelevant" as to the reboot because it was Capcom's call. They went with a "bold step" to reinvent the IP but also to "give it to a non-Japanese dev."

Lacklustre sales for Enslaved had dev drop DLC, multiplayer mode

Posted: 15.02.2012 by Technet2k

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Ninja Theory have revealed that poor sales for Xbox 360 and PS3 Enslaved led the studio to dropping planned DLC, which included a multiplayer mode featuring Monkey's skateboarding 'cloud'.

The team wanted to create "affecting characters" in Enslaved and not just "cardboard cutouts." If it had of been successful perhaps others would have deemed it a "worthwhile pursuit".