Previously vaguely planned for sometime after the console versions hit stores, DmC Devil May Cry now has a firm release date on PC. The Ninja Theory-developed action game lands on Windows PC on January 25, 2013. Read on for the details!
Folks online have plumbed the depths of combat to ridiculous degrees since the DmC Devil May Cry demo was released. Not everyone can perfect things so naturally, though, so the folks at Capcom-Unity put together a Combat Overview clip to help everyone else hone their skills. Check it out after the jump!
Capcom's Performance Capture Diary series continues with looks behind the scenes at actors working on Ninja Theory's DmC Devil May Cry. The third entry centers on lead protagonist Dante, played by Tim Phillips, and "mysterious wild card" Phineas. Video after the jump.
The first part of Capcom and developer Ninja Theory's DmC Devil May Cry Performance Capture Diaries went behind the scenes with the actors portraying Lilith and Mundus, and now the series is back for a second round. This time Sage Mears (Kat) and David de Lautour (Vergil) are up at bat, so check out their process after the jump!
Alright, everyone has aired their complaints about Ninja Theory's DmC Devil May Cry since the day it was announced, but the proof is in the pudding. Actually, the proof is in the final game, but for now you'll be able to test DmC out courtesy of a demo set to arrive in North America on November 20, with Europe following the day after. Read on for more!
Capcom's latest DmC Devil May Cry trailer confirms DLC for none other than Vergil, who gets his own chapter with "Vergil's Downfall." The DLC will include new weapons, combos, unique enemies, and four difficulty levels when it makes its debut in early 2013. Watch it after the jump!
We've seen plenty of gameplay, so now Capcom is going behind the scenes of developer Ninja Theory's DmC Devil May Cry. The latest clip kicks off a series of Performance Capture Diaries, focusing on the way the various actors bring their respective characters to life. Check it out after the jump!
Capcom recently revealed four additional difficulty modes that can be unlocked in DmC Devil May Cry beyond the initial Human, Devil Hunter, and Nephilim levels, offering plenty of challenge for those who plan on sticking with it for the long haul. More on that and some new gameplay clips past the break!
Hardcore Devil May Cry fans will likely always find something to beef about with Ninja Theory's DmC Devil May Cry—whether it's Dante's look or Vergil's fedora—but there's still plenty of room for excitement. See if you can rouse up any of that enthusiasm with Capcom's latest trailer out of New York Comic Con. Video after the jump!
With plenty of time between now and DmC Devil May Cry's January 15 release in North America, a handful of retailers are offering their own unique pre-order incentives. Check out the various weapon packs available from GameStop, Best Buy, and Amazon in a trio of new videos after the jump.
There may be a ton of action in the DmC Devil May Cry Tokyo Game Show trailer, but a few aspects here and there also hint at Dante's past. From the opening moments to a brief mention of Sparda, take a look at where Dante's been and where he's going after the jump.
Capcom posted footage from a GamesCom 2012 press conference that focused on DmC Devil May Cry, with producer Alex Jones showing off gameplay pitting Dante against demonic newscaster Bob Bargas. Smash the media past the break!
Some of the footage in Capcom's latest DmC Devil May Cry clip may look familiar, but stick around for the nearly half-hour showing and you'll come away with a greater taste of the combat mechanics, from canceling to air combos and much more. Check it out after the jump!
Ninja Theory's DmC Devil May Cry doesn't come out until January, but Capcom had a new addition to the game to show off at their GamesCom press conference. Dante's twin brother, Vergil, is leaping into action, and you can see the brothers meeting for the first time in the trailer after the jump.
Famitsu uploaded a new trailer for DmC Devil May Cry, which puts developer Ninja Theory (Enslaved, Heavenly Sword) in control of Capcom's wild man Dante. This one eschews story and cinematics for pure platforming and sword-slashing action. Check it out after the jump!