DmC: Devil May Cry News (Xbox360)

"High budget, high stakes" triple AAA retail model "is creaking"

Posted: 06.09.2011 by Technet2k

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Ninja Theory's Tameem Antoniades reckons the digital revolution is "such an opportunity for fun creative games" unlike the "stranglehold" of the AAA retail model.

It's "crushing innovation and access to creative content." The price point is stopping consumers taking a chance - makes you want "a known experience".

Screen Gems behind Devil May Cry movie, written by Kyle Ward

Posted: 08.06.2011 by Technet2k

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A live-action feature film starring Capcom's 10 million unit strong franchise Devil May Cry is in the works, with Los Angeles-based Screen Gems handling the project.

Screenwriter Kyle Ward, who also wrote 'Hitman 2' and 'Kane & Lynch', is penning the script for Dante's arrival on the silver screen. Resi Evil did well so why not?

Capcom: DMC is a "maybe" for E3, keep expectations "in check"

Posted: 20.05.2011 by Technet2k

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All Capcom's "major announcements" have been made at Captivate says Capcom US VP Christian Svensson. Fans of Devil May Cry will have to "wait and see."

The 'reboot' title DMC which showcased last September at the Tokyo Game Show has been kept under wraps. Svensson asks to keep "expectations in check".

Rumour: Unnamed studio keeps Heavenly Sword series alive

Posted: 11.04.2011 by Technet2k

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Ninja Theory created Heavenly Sword but has since moved on to other projects leaving the PS3 exclusive series in limbo, but rumour has it with someone else.

Heavenly Sword may get to see itself as a trilogy someday after all. Info on who has taken up the challenge remains scarce. The original cleared 1.5 million sales.

Sony-owned Screen Gems nab Capcom's Devil May Cry film rights

Posted: 01.03.2011 by Technet2k

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Resident Evil movie maker Screen Gems has also landed the film rights to Capcom's Devil May Cry franchise, with scribe Kyle Ward penning the script.

Screenwriter Ward is attached to the Kane & Lynch adaptation. Screen Gems has spun gold out of the Resident Evil films, raking in $580m globally.