Now, a new Devil May Cry. Haven't played it, but it too looks to be trying to do things differently with some changes here and there. Reviews and critics tell ppl to like this game...and ppl praise the game.
Now some will say 'well I've played all the games you've mentioned Gemini, and those RE games that came out on console last year did suck. The new DMC is good.'
Really....if it really wasn't for someone giving there opinion on a gaming website or in a magazine, would ppl really be praising the new DMC.
....and to answer the thread question...my view/interest on Dante in the game hasn't changed....still no desire to use him
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As for his alt costume, yeah I agree - but as I said before, I guess it would be deemed as kind of a spoiler.
I had a blast with the game, there was one very surprisingly emotional scene that pretty much sold me on Dante's character - the performances were great. I wasn't expecting the game to be as good in the story department.
This is the part that scares me. I'm not insinuating that you're wrong, but rather that I feel like this is getting blown up BECAUSE it is Devil May Cry. This new one, and the old ones I presume, seems to handle its story with a great sense of irony, not taking itself too seriously. But Bayonetta did essentially the same thing, mocking and embracing sexualized anime-esque tropes.
So, I guess my question is: What exactly makes the new DMC more significant than just being a satire? How does it push itself further than its initial premise?
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