First shown during Sony's Gamescom 2014 press conference, Hellblade is the latest from Ninja Theory, developer of Heavenly Sword, Enslaved, and DmC Devil May Cry. They recently uploaded a look behind the scenes, showing the eight weeks of work that went into getting the trailer ready in time and more. Dig into the first developer diary after the jump.
Announced during last week's Gamescom event in Cologne, Germany, developer Ninja Theory (Heavenly Sword, Enslaved, DmC Devil May Cry) is cooking up a new game called Hellblade. While they have a relatively small team working on that, they took some time to show off another game called Razer, which never made it into production. Hit the jump for a look at some unreleased material.
One of the reveals during this week's Gamescom event in Cologne, Germany was the latest from Ninja Theory, the developer behind Heavenly Sword, Enslaved, and DmC Devil May Cry. Their next game is Hellblade, and according to Sony it's set to debut on PlayStation 4 prior to release on other platforms. Hit the jump for a trailer.
The next game from developer Ninja Theory takes the action to smaller screens in the form of free-to-play brawler Fightback. It's currently scheduled for release "soon" on iOS and Android devices, and you can see some of the gameplay in the teaser trailer after the jump.
If you're sitting on your copy of DmC Devil May Cry and wondering what to do next, Capcom announced the release date for the "Vergil's Downfall" DLC, which lets players take control of Dante's brother in his own story. The DLC hits North America on March 5, and Europe on March 6. Video and more past the jump!
DmC Devil May Cry is getting a couple of treats soon, with Bloody Palace Mode arriving alongside a patch that tweaks the game based on player feedback. Check out the details after the jump.
It's no secret that not everyone is a fan of Dante's new look in developer Ninja Theory's DmC Devil May Cry. If that's all that's holding you back from playing, though, you might want to check out Capcom's first costume pack, which includes Classic Dante, Dark Dante, and Neo Dante outfits. Check 'em out after the jump.
Love him or hate him, Dante is now setting foot in stores around the world, with Japan to follow in a couple days, and Capcom has a launch trailer to celebrate DmC Devil May Cry's arrival. Soak in Ninja Theory's take on the world one more time after the jump before you play it for yourself.
Fans of Devil May Cry will be pleased to learn that Bloody Palace Mode is returning as a free update in DmC Devil May Cry. The mode unlocks after completing the main game, and features over 100 levels of demons and enemies, including five boss battles. Peep some screens after the jump.
Vergil is getting his own story chapters in the "Vergil's Downfall" DLC, available to purchase or free with pre-orders of DmC Devil May Cry. For now, get a load of how he plays in Capcom's latest trailer after the jump.
You know that crimson-stoned pendant of Dante's? You can see it on the title screen if you played the DmC Devil May Cry demo, and you can see it on your neck if you buy Ninja Theory's game from the Capcom Store. More after the jump.
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!