I’ll be the first to admit that I was wrong to give Ninja Theory an unfair slamming after the first reveal trailer for their Devil May Cry reboot, DmC. But then I began to wonder, why was I really so…
You gotta wonder if Capcom and Ninja Theory wanted the controversy surrounding DmC: Devil May Cry. Ever since that awful reveal trailer turned off millions of fans, the game has slowly begun to look more like an actual Devil May…
Capcom has never taken it easy on the Devil May Cry franchise. All four games have sported a bone crushing level of difficulty unapproachable for casual fans looking for a quick action fix. This trend peaked in Devil May Cry…
Resident Evil 4 had a bit of a problem trying to be a topical game with overwriting long conversations of what it means to be a terrorist and creating some of the most cringe inducing dialogue in video game history. DmC is already leaning towards not only what makes a terrorist, as seen flashing on a newspaper, but also has Dante bringing down the American people’s number one enemy of the last four years: banks.
Dante tears through a bank and rams a huge “FORECLOSED” stamp into the forehead of the demon running the institution. The demon, of course, sits high and mighty with a nice suit surrounded by sexy women, smoking a cigar, the perfect stereotype of a bank CEO in this day and age.
Come on, guys! I was giving you the benefit of the doubt because your demo had really fun gameplay, but if you’re going to try and act smart with us all, we can just call this off right now. Just please remember that Devil May Cry is a game about a dude killing demons, not a political statement meant to fire up the masses about our country’s problems. Keep your brains in check at the door.
Anyone else also think the girl drinking from the can looks like a creepy old woman? She made me shiver.
Capcom’s DmC: Devil May Cry will be released on January 15th for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The PC version is slated to drop on the 25th. Expect a review to come shortly after.