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Call of Duty: Ghosts, Soul Sacrifice, Star Trek – and much, much more.
Thanks to the different difficulty modes, and the ability to go back and get a better ranking in each of the levels, Vergil’s Downfall offers up a few good reasons to return to DmC, but it’s certainly not for everyone.
Vergil’s Downfall, single player DLC for Ninja Theory’s Devil may Cry, will release on March 6 for Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and Windows PC.
DmC: Devil May Cry gets some free content on February 20 in the guise of Bloody Palace, a survival-like high score challenge mode.
Congratulations to Namco Bandai, as their JRPG is getting a huge amount of love right now, not least from the UK public, who have purchased enough copies to have the game enter in first place, this week in the UK Charts.
The Story Mechanic is a fortnightly column from Mark Bridle, celebrating narrative and story. This week, defending Ninja Theory’s take on DmC.
The critical reception for Ninja Theory’s take on Devil May Cry was pretty much unanimous, the game is a triumph. Capcom and Ninja Theory are acknowledging this by releasing an accolades trailer.
As 2013′s wheels struggle to kick into action, the top UK top 20 is pretty much the same as it ever was, due to a lack of releases.
To round off our coverage of the game’s launch, we’re going to live stream the PC version so you can see how incredible it looks.
Basically, the PC version is the best version of DmC: Devil May Cry around but just make sure you play the game on one of the available formats
As each member of the Godcast crew continues to buckle and buy a Wii U, we check in with Lee to see how he’s enjoying his new purchase, in this week’s Godcast.
No longer is Devil May Cry a frenzied brawler with very little substance other than massive combo chains and big scores – it’s an emotional rollercoaster with everything we’ve always loved and more. It’s a brand new character, it’s a deep and engaging storyline – it’s DmC.
We get our hands on the reboot of the Devil May Cry series for the first time. Find out what we thought of DmC.
Sit back and watch ten minutes of DmC, and be sure to turn the volume up or stick some headphones in, as Adam Cook and Martin Baker talk you through what you’re going to be seeing. Who could ask for more?