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Submitted by Murpho 1002d ago | preview

GamerNode | DmC: Devil May Cry NYCC 2012 Hands-On Preview

GamerNode Senior Editor Mike Murphy writes: "Let’s get one thing straight: it doesn’t matter what Dante looks like, because DmC: Devil May Cry is still that same great collaboration of action, difficulty, and attitude that fans of the series have come to love. Just because the franchise’s hero is skinnier, has different colored hair, and sports a new wardrobe doesn’t mean he can’t kick ass just as much as the Dante of old. Don’t believe me? Take a minute and read through my hands-on time with DmC at New York Comic Con to see what I mean..." (DmC: Devil May Cry, New York Comic Con, PS3, Xbox 360)

italianbreadman  +   1003d ago
No matter how emo you think he is, Dante will continue to be badass!

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