Back when the original Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne was updated with the Nocturne Maniax version in Japan, it introduced a playable Dante from the Devil May Cry series. Now he's coming back in the HD remaster, so hit the jump for a trailer.
Capcom has a handful of new features on the way to the Switch version of Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition, which is due out on February 20. It all started with a look at on the fly Style-switching and weapon-switching, and the latest change to be revealed involves the challenging Bloody Palace Mode. Read on for more.
When Devil May Cry 3 Special Edition launches on Switch on February 20, it will bring a handful of new features along with it. Producer Matt Walker previously announced that new features were being added, and one has been confirmed in the first part of a video message series. Read on for more.
Last month Capcom announced plans to bring the very first Devil May Cry game to Nintendo Switch. Now the latest port of the 2001 PlayStation 2 entry is almost upon us, because Nintendo eShop listings have it set to arrive in the west on June 25. Read on for more.
It's been a whopping 18 years since the original Devil May Cry game launched on PlayStation 2 back in 2001. Since then there have been rereleases and remasters, and the latest has Dante's first action-packed outing coming to Nintendo Switch this summer. Read on for more.
Devil May Cry has been in a bit of a slump for a while, but following Capcom’s amazing work on Resident Evil 7 and the Resident Evil 2 remake and some amazing trailers, it seemed like we might get something similarly great from Devil May Cry 5. Needless to say, we got something great and more! Curious what we thought about the game? We won’t juggle you too long for style points; read on and find out!