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May 29, 2016

This week, the guys talk DMC, and have a new VR idea they're ready to bring to market. Enjoy!

DMC: Devil may cry is a hack and slash action game developed by Ninja Theory and published by Capcom. DMC is technically the fifth game in the series, but is a reboot and is set in an alternate universe. Capcom called for a reimagining of the series and capcom chose Ninja Theory to make the game. Capcom worked alongside Ninja Theory to make sure the the gameplay was reminiscent of the older games but different enough to be special. The game started to receive a lot of flak even before its release as fans did NOT like the redesign of dante. Critics and new fans of the game praised gameplay, art, story, and music, but because of fan hate towards the new Dante the game did not meet Capcom's expectations. Later capcom claimed they were satisfied with the sales probably due to the definitive edition that was released on ps4, xbox one, and pc 2 years later. Dante's design was supposed to be similar to the original but capcom told ninja theory to make it completely different to appeal to a younger audience. So while the original dante was a japanese perspective ninja theory made him from more of a western perspective. The redesign was so hated that members of the ninja theory staff started receiving death threats. (apparently some in the form of comic books and a metal song.) early reception for the game was negative especially with the original creator hideki kamiya, and reuben langdon Dante's voice actor from the 3rd and 4th' games bagging on the game before release. producer alex jones said that some of the harsh response had turned positive. langdon changed his tune a little and urged fans to try the game. Rich Stanton from Eurogamer was about Dante's re-design, calling it one of the best reinventions of a character in gaming history. In contrast, Chris Schilling from VideoGamer.com was negative about the redesign, as he found the new Dante lacking some of the original's iconic features.

 

                      Schweiss                     Craig

Story                  6                               8

Gameplay           10                             10

Design                9                               10

Sound/Music        9                                9

Replayability        9                               10                     

 

 

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