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GamesMaster Magazine Reviews DmC: Devil May Cry, And They Liked It! A Lot!

WGB writes: "We’re nearing the release of Capcom’s controversial new DmC: Devil May Cry, and the reviews are starting to roll in. Pick up the latest issue of GamesMaster UK and you’ll find contained within the pages their verdict on Dante’s rebooted return to our consoles. So were GamesMaster impressed? Yup."

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J-Killer151363d ago

I tried playing the demo so much that I would like it as much everyone else does. I just can't get jiggy with this game. I'll stick with the OG series. This franchise isn't for me anymore.

DestinyHeroDoomlord1363d ago

Am I the only person looking forward too this game?

J-Killer151363d ago

Can you please tell me what I'm doing wrong? I've learned how to dry hump demons in mid air with jump cancel, and I'm incorporating other moves into my style of play, but I'm not having fun. Is there more to this game that I should know? I'm being serious.

WolfLeBlack1363d ago

There is indeed more to the game. Remember, you've only got the demo at the moment. Ultimately, though it's all about the combat and learning how to create flowing chains, so if you're not enjoying it in the demo then your probably not going to be that fussed about the full game either.

WolfLeBlack1363d ago

I'm looking forward to it, but then I'm not going into it automatically prejudiced despite my love of the previous games, except for 2. 2 never happened.

It looks like a solid action game, and right now that's what I'm in the mood for so it's all good.

Summons751363d ago

No, they liked the check that came with the game. NT is paying reviewers still. How is it all the media liked the demo but the general population hated it. Same thing is happening with the game.

Baka-akaB1363d ago (Edited 1363d ago )

the anti "DmC" and "Donte" faction , of wich i'm a part , should stop with the "paid reviews" arguments , it just make people look like paranoid nuts and raving lunatics . Not helping .

I just chalk it up as the media having a love story as usual with NT , and the usual bad taste and lack of knowledge about games .

The press wasnt paid to praise Enslaved to the point that had it sold well , it would have been a goty contender .

Of course some big sites like IGN are just adboards for the big publishers most of the times , but unless there is a blatant "proven" case (like pes 2008 and IGN) , it's best to let it go .

OptimisticPrime1363d ago

I don't agree with you, in that I think the game is good in its own ways. It's different than the originals. I understand the gripes but I like the setting, voice acting, the way the story looks. But those disagreements aside:

I appreciate your maturity in calling out the "paid reviewers" arguments. They look so immature! I have friends that review games for magazines/websites and, while it MAY be true for IGN, is a baseless accusation for these other publications.

So while we respectfully disagree, I am glad to see some of you don't JUST hate the game cause you feel like you're supposed to. I'm an old school DMC fan that is looking forward to this game from a different perspective

smashcrashbash1362d ago

People are just going nuts because it is not turning out the way they predicted it would. They hoped it would get bad reviews and Capcom would go home crying and make a DMC with Dante again. But now that their predictions aren't coming true they are pissed. Gamers don't care about if they were. That is all gamers are concerned about. Being right no matter what. Facts,logic and figures don't matter. People keep yelling 'The demo wasn't good' and decided that the demo represented the whole game and are shocked that the whole game is not as bad as they thought the demo was.