- DmC: Devil May Cry
- Devil May Cry
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- Release Date (US):
- January 15th, 2013
- Release Date (UK):
- January 15th, 2013
- Online Players:
- Ninja Theory
- M [Mature]
- PSU Rank:
- 0 of 1169 Games
- PSU Rank on PS3:
- 0 of 0 Games
- Additional Information:
- Also available on Xbox 360
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Forget all the controversy surrounding Dante's new-look. DmC is one of the most compelling action games you'll play this generation.
- Superb visuals
- Intuitive and satisfying combat system
- Great boss battles and varied bestiary
- Linear level design
- Some long load times and brief stuttering during cut-scenes
Rebooting a beloved franchise is no easy feat, as developer Ninja Theory found out when tasked with overhauling Capcom’s iconic Devil May Cry series. DmC: Devil May Cry is the Cambridge-based studio’s take on the 11+ million-selling stylish action franchise, at the centre of which has been much controversy over the new look protagonist, Dante. Gone is the refined white-haired hero of old, replaced with a younger, w...
DmC: Devil May Cry News
DmC: Devil May Cry has received a new trailer today courtesy of Capcom, focusing on the hack-‘n-slash reboot’s upcoming Vergil’s Downfall DLC. Check it out below. Vergil’s Downfall is due out on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, priced at £7.29/$8.99 and 720 Mic...
Destructoid reports that Vergil’s Downfall, the upcoming full-fledged expansion for DmC: Devil May Cry, is in the region of 3-5 hours in length. According to the site, Vergil’s Downfall sees Dante’s silver-haired sibling trapped in a strange dimension without most of his abiliti...
DmC: Devil May Cry’s Bloody Palace mode will be made up for grabs from February 20, Capcom has announced. The new mode will be available for both PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, and takes the form of an arena-based challenge. Here, gamers battle through “a survival gauntlet of more than 1...
DmC: Devil May Cry shipped one million units in January 2013, Capcom has revealed. The Japanese publisher also revised its sales forecast for the Ninja Theory-developed reboot. Originally, the company planned to ship two million copies of DmC by March 31, but has now reduced that figure to 1.2 mi...
Capcom’s DmC: Devil May Cry has sliced and diced its way to the top of the Japanese software charts. The Ninja Theory-developed reboot sold less than half of what Devil May Cry 4 achieved back in 2008, but still managed to beat off the competition to claim the no.1 spot. Media Create re...
Vergil’s Downfall, the first expansions pack for DmC: Devil May Cry starring Dante’s twin brother, will be released in late February. Those of you who pre-ordered DmC at GameStop in the U.S. or EBGames in Canada will get their paws on the content free of charge. For everyone else howe...
Capcom has slapped a release and price on its upcoming DmC: Devil May Cry costume pack. The DLC includes three new outfits for protagonist Dante: Classic, Dark and Neo. The costumes will be released in the U.S. on January 29 and in Europe on January 30, priced at $4.00/£3.19/320 Microsoft P...
Ninja Theory’s stylish Devil May Cry reboot has dethroned FIFA 13 from the summit of the U.K. All Format Charts following its launch last Tuesday. The potty-mouthed hack ‘n slash title arrived on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, bringing with it a new-look Dante complete with a fresh backs...
Fans of classic Dante, rejoice! Capcom has announced a DmC costume pack for download on January 30. For $4.00, you will be able to play DmC with an outfit and hairstyle reminiscent of Dante's incarnation from the original Devil May Cry trilogy on PlayStation 2 (and 2008's Devil May Cry 4 on PlaySta...
Capcom has unsheathed a demonic batch of new DmC: Devil May Cry screenshots for your viewing pleasure. This latest bunch focuses on the Bloody Palace mode, which will be available for free after the game’s launch next week. Check out a screenshot below and then hack n’ slash your ...
DmC: Devil May Cry Features
Put your feet up and get comfy as we indulge in yet another one of gaming’s classic moments. Last time around we took a nostalgic glance back at Dante’s stylish pizza-munching, demon-slaying introduction from Devil May Cry 3. This time around we bring things up to date, though admittedly...
Welcome back to another instalment in PSU.com’s on-going Badass Bosses feature series. Last time around we scrutinized Dead Space’s mighty Hive Mind, and our latest offering once again sticks to the current generation of consoles. With Ninja Theory’s DmC: Devil May Cry still fre...
The Devil May Cry series dried up for me when Nero showed up. The fourth game turned into DMC2-2, especially when I was abruptly thrown into Dante's complex combat system after spending most of the game with Nero. Thanks to Ninja Theory, the DMC franchise is now in good hands, but the latest m...
Ninja Theory’s DmC: Devil May Cry reboot has attracted much controversy, chief of which is the decision to give series hero Dante a radical makeover. While the original demon-killing badass was very much Japanese-influenced – right down to the flashy red coat and white hair – DmC&r...
Ninja Theory’s striking reboot of Devil May Cry – also known as DmC – remains one of the most polarizing takes on a beloved franchise in recent memory. Back when it was revealed in 2010, people were quick to jump on the fact hero Dante had changed radically. Gone was the silver-hai...