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10:00 AM on 09.20.2012

TGS: DmC: Devil May Cry gets an unpopular trailer

The above trailer currently has 609 dislikes compared to 370 likes on Youtube. Something tells me that, two years later, people are still sore. That DmC just can't catch a break with fans.  I'm still pretty pumped, myse...

Jim Sterling

9:00 AM on 08.18.2012

gamescom: Here's what Vergil looks like in DmC

Capcom has shared some images that show what Vergil will look like in DmC: Devil May Cry. Above you'll find a render of his actual character, and in our gallery you'll find a cool artwork piece.  All you'll get now is a ...

Dale North



gamescom: DmC: Devil May Cry keeps on getting better photo
gamescom: DmC: Devil May Cry keeps on getting better
by Dale North

Being one that writes about games for a living, I'm in a rare position that has me playing some games as they're being made, letting me sort of follow its development along the way. Ninja Theory's upcoming DmC: Devil May Cry is one of those games for me.

Since it was announced at Tokyo Game Show a few years ago I've had my hands on every build they've shown to the gaming press, talked to the developers a few times, and have written a fair bit about it. I've previewed the game more than once, and Jim did the same for you again at E3 this summer. We've said a lot about DmC here at Destructoid, and I would hope by now that you would have at least gathered that we dig it. 

And now that a new build and stage of DmC has been made available for press members attending gamescom this week, I've played it again. I mean, why not? Who wouldn't want to see more of a game that they're into? 

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5:45 AM on 08.14.2012

Vergil revealed in latest DmC: Devil May Cry trailer

Say what you will about the makeover Dante has received for the upcoming reboot of Devil May Cry (Lord knows, no force on Earth seems capable of preventing it), but some of these changes really do look like they're for ...

Conrad Zimmerman

11:00 AM on 08.10.2012

DmC director: Western games put graphics before gameplay

DmC: Devil May Cry represents a clash of East and West as Capcom is collaborating with Ninja Theory. One thing game director Hideaki Itsuno has apparently learned is that Western studios work in the opposite directi...

Jim Sterling

10:00 AM on 08.09.2012

DmC: Devil May Cry gets a chewy new trailer

A new trailer for DmC: Devil May Cry has surfaced online, as Dante fights nasties in what I am guessing is some sort of food factories, what with the food-looking crates and "obesity" written on the walls. Or it could just b...

Jim Sterling

3:00 PM on 07.16.2012

Jimquisition: A game by any other name

What effect does a game's name have on the quality of the actual software? According to some gamers, everything! The idea that a game is bad because its name places it into an existing series is rather rife in the community,...

Jim Sterling

2:15 PM on 07.14.2012

SDCC: Capcom stands behind DmC, but the future is open

White hair?! Ninja Theory?! Capcom Japan's Motohide Eshiro and Hideaki Itsuno told Destructoid that they were ready for the fan reaction when DmC: Devil May Cry was first announced.  In an interview yesterday at San Dieg...

Dale North

1:45 PM on 07.14.2012

SDCC: DmC: There's some hope for taunting, cameos

DmC: Devil May Cry producer Motohide Eshiro and supervising director Hideaki Itsuno weren't quite ready to spill the beans on what else might be in store for their upcoming Xbox 360, PS3 and PC title, but they at least gave ...

Dale North

1:16 PM on 07.14.2012

SDCC: DmC producers: 30 fps can feel just as nice as 60

I've got no hate for series reboot DmC: Devil May Cry, and Jim seems to be on the same page, but it's understandable that long-time series fans have some concerns over the use of the Unreal Engine and its ties to a 30 fr...

Dale North

11:30 PM on 07.06.2012

Let's listen to one of the songs from DmC: Devil May Cry

WUB WUB WUB WUB WUB Dutch electronic musician NOISIA will be providing some "sick drops, brah" to DmC: Devil May Cry. NOISIA has composed over three hours worth of original music that will be used in cinematics, gameplay and...

Hamza CTZ Aziz

7:00 AM on 06.12.2012

DmC has camera eyeballs and off-screen anal play

In this scene, I play the part of an eager young schoolboy while Headmaster Holmes whispers words of invigorating encouragement softly into my ear, inviting me into a world beyond any I have ever known. Or I was playing DmC:...

Tony Ponce



E3: I'm sorry, but DmC: Devil May Cry was great fun  photo
E3: I'm sorry, but DmC: Devil May Cry was great fun
by Jim Sterling

I know what you want to read. You want to read that Ninja Theory completely screwed up DmC: Devil May Cry and irrevocably destroyed a franchise. You want to read that DmC is a watered-down shadow of the original games, a stain on the legacy that you have built in your mind. 

Ultimately, you want to read something that completely validates everything you decided to hate about it the moment the game was announced and you had nothing but a teaser trailer to base all of your venom off of. 

Sorry boners, I can't be your hero this day. I played DmC: Devil May Cry, and I had a blast. 

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E3: DmC: The barfing boss I couldn't beat photo
E3: DmC: The barfing boss I couldn't beat
by Dale North

We brought you a thorough preview of the first hands-on with Ninja Theory's DMC not too long ago, but we were able to take it for another spin in a newly revealed boss battle that proved to be so difficult that I'm sure no one in attendance at the press event was able to beat it. I was openly cussing at this as*hole, much to the amusement of onlookers.

Don't get the wrong idea, though. Despite dying too many times, this bastard was fun. I actually had to force myself to stop playing and move onto other work.

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DmC now coming January 2013, PC version in the works too photo
DmC now coming January 2013, PC version in the works too
by Hamza CTZ Aziz

Capcom has announced that DmC will now be coming out on January 15, 2013 for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in North American and Europe. The title was originally slated for a 2012 release, and now joins several other big titles delayed to 2013.

The delay news also brings word of a PC version of DmC in the works, set to be released sometime in 2013 as well.

Sad to hear of another delay, but at least we'll be getting our hands-on the game again at E3 in just two weeks!

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2:30 AM on 04.12.2012

The DTOID Show: Capcom, Namco Bandai, and FEZ!

It's been a while since we had a show as jam-packed as today's, so go ahead and break out that poncho, because it's about to rain hyperlinks in here! On the first half of the show, we cover all the news to come out of Capcom...

Tara Long