Seven years after its original release, Devil May Cry 4 returns with an expanded cast and all new Legendary Dark Knight difficulty Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition! Check out the brand new costumes and slick combos, after the jump!
Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition launches later this month, and so far we've seen all three of its newly playable characters in action. Capcom's latest video goes back to one of the original two playables with a look at how Nero handles combat after the jump.
After seeing combat introductions for Vergil and Trish, it's now Lady's turn to play. See the third of the new playable characters in action after the jump.
Earlier today Capcom announced a concrete release date for Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition. The enhanced, digital-only release launches on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in North America and Europe on June 23 for $24.99 / €24.99 / £19.99. Hit the jump for a trailer and more.
Following up on the Vergil combat overview from a couple days ago, Capcom is back with another Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition combat introduction. This time Trish is up to bat after the jump.
Capcom has a nice little double whammy in its latest Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition video, which shows off both an introduction to Vergil in combat and the faster Turbo mode after the jump.
You asked for it, and now you're getting it, Capcom fans! Capcom recently announced at Dwango's Niconico Cho Kaigi 2015 (Niconico Super Conference) that there's going to be an official Sengoku Basara vs. Devil May Cry stage play coming soon. Hit the jump for more information!
We've finally got some new information on Capcom's Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition. Following up on Japanese info from Famitsu, Capcom came through with an official announcement. First up, the debut trailer after the jump.
In addition to showing off the remastered release of Ninja Theory's action game, the DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition launch trailer teases Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition's upcoming summer release. See a bunch of action from the former and a snippet from the latter in the video after the jump.
Last time we posted about the beefed-up DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition it was all about Vergil, but Capcom recently highlighted the release with another side-by-side comparison video. This time we get to compare the original speed to the newly-added Turbo Mode, which boosts the gameplay by 20% across the board. Hit the jump to watch.
A few days ago Capcom posted a DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition trailer that showed off combos and the newly added Must Style modifier. Now we have another look at a fresh addition: Vergil's Bloody Palace. Hit the jump for more.
Capcom is back with more 1080p, 60fps gameplay for DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition, highlighting combos and the newly added Must Style modifier after the jump.
Capcom is bringing the enhanced action of DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on March 10, and you can sample the 1080p, 60-frames-per-second update in a new trailer after the jump.