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The Devil's in the Details: DmC Hands-On Impressions | Games Abyss

Andreas Asimakis writes, "When Capcom came out of nowhere with a new vision for its oft-praised action title, I really tried to pinpoint the reason why. Now at Tokyo Game Show 2012, and able to try Ninja Theory's vision of the IP for the first time, I can't say that I understand the reasons behind Capcom's new path for Dante, but I'm grateful that it was a journey the publisher decided to take." (DmC: Devil May Cry, PS3, Tokyo Game Show, Xbox 360)

Mocat  +   1152d ago
The only thing capcom managed to do with their games is split the gaming community

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