DmC Hands-On | Coin-Op TV

Concerns on the ‘new look’ aside – DmC gameplay is just as fun, fast and exciting as it was in the past. It’s unlikely that we’ll see any ‘new Dante’ cosplayers anytime soon but from our short playthrough of the latest build we were highly entertained and intrigued for more. Ninja Theory is new on the development team – which is good news because their last game Enslaved was a groundbreaking and fun experience. There’s tons of attacks that revolve around basic gun/sword play then there’s the extra stuff that comes from your Demon and/or Angel powers – players also have freedom of movement with the camera.

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Lord_Sloth2278d ago

....aaaaaaaaaaaand that's where I stopped.

Baka-akaB2278d ago (Edited 2278d ago )

Well did you ? I can understand liking the game (not really , but oh well ..) but you guys are quite watering down the meaning of groundbreaking :p.

Did it have the best story ? Nope
Was it the prettiest game around and a tech perf ? No way
Did it feature any gameplay innovation or mechanic worth noting ? Hell no .

It did nothing groundbreaking and earth shattering .

Uncharted2Vet2278d ago (Edited 2278d ago )

agreed with that. Enslaved was trash i don't care what anybody says otherwise. repetitive/boring gameplay, lame ass characters, sub-par graphics and textures, and worst of all the stupid story ESPECIALLY the ending like really what the HELL were they thinking. if anyone honestly think that game is groundbreaking then their standards must be set low. like under the the mantle of the earth low

Maldread2278d ago

DMC looked a bit more fast paced than i`ve seen in previous trailers, so that`s good. But the whole emo-look and behavior isn`t doing this game any favors. I`m still sceptical if i`m going to poick it up.

On a more funnier note. Something tells me he`s holding he camera himself, so he can stand closer to her :)