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Devil May Cry Fashion Watch

Game Informer - The Internet raged when Ninja Theory revealed its younger, emo-fied version of Devil May Cry's demon-hunting protagonist. But is the new Dante really less chic than the old one – or any other character in the series? Join us as we rate the fashion sense of Devil May Cry's characters.

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VileAndVicious1301d ago

OK...I will admit.
Some of these articles are becoming a bit outrageous. Lol

wishingW3L1301d ago (Edited 1301d ago )

this guy doesn't even knows that Trish's a demon. lol

But I wanted to read what he thought about Lady's school-girl attire because I thought that one was really cool but he went for all the costumes from DMC4. And yeah, DMC4 was a pretty terrible game when it comes to level design and clothes too but the gameplay was the smoothest. DMC3 was faster though... But in part this is why fans are so pissed about the reboot because after such a fantastic game like DMC3 people wanted more and all we got was stupid Nero and then a reboot that betrays its roots.

BTW
Lady's school-girl costume: http://images1.wikia.nocook...

Blackdeath_6631300d ago

yeah DMC is dead and it died it the most horrible of ways. thank fully though my ps2 still works and i still have my DMC3 special edition played it like 12 times already

Pozzle1301d ago

I know a lot of fans hated it, but I genuinely liked Dante's outfit in DMC4. It's probably my favorite of his outfits in the series, tbh. It just makes me chuckle that Dante woke up that morning and thought to himself "yep, I'm gonna wear leather chaps over my leather pants today. Why not!"

And tbh, I think that's a big point that Ninja Theory have missed when making DmC. They are trying so hard to make new-Dante "cool" because they thought old-Dante's design was lame and laughable. But old Dante wasn't meant to be a fashion icon to begin with. He isn't a supermodel. He's a guy who dresses as outrageous as he acts. 'Cos he feels like it.

Deadpool6161301d ago (Edited 1301d ago )

The design of Dante in DMC4 is very much like a wild west design. With the updated visual they could add more details to the character model. Leather just happens to look really good visually when it comes to design and patterns. Dante has always been like the sheriff, cleaning the town from demon varmints. He has a lead guitarist in a band vibe to him and knows how to put on a show.

To me, DMC4 Dante was in his prime. Not as flashy as DMC3 Dante and not as cold as DMC2 Dante. He knows his place and is satisfied about it.

http://fc08.deviantart.net/...
http://images4.fanpop.com/i...

Blacktric1300d ago (Edited 1300d ago )

"It's probably my favorite of his outfits in the series,"

Exactly. It contributed to the "cuh-rayzay" elements even more.

Also comparing goddamn still images of Donte to Uncle Dante and saying Dante isn't fashionable because he doesn't have "flaming hulk hands".

And calling Ifrit "flaming hulk hands".

No one could be this retarded.

j-blaze1300d ago

from good looking, unique and stylish character to a homeless beggar it's just sad

FrostyZipper1300d ago (Edited 1300d ago )

I know people have a thousand other arguments against this game, but I really do think that DINO would have generated far less hatred if his aesthetic character design had originally given him white hair.

Then we'd have seen it in action and the public opinion would have dropped like a rock.

RyuX191300d ago (Edited 1300d ago )

We've seen what he looks like with the white hair unlockable in DmC.... it doesn't look good at all. His design just can't be helped.

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