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Submitted by thegamingadvisory21 555d ago | opinion piece

Old Dante VS New Dante

The new DmC game is releasing soon, and is being handled by the team at Ninja Theory. Making a new Dante was a very risky move on the part of Ninja Theory, but which is better? (DmC: Devil May Cry, Ninja Theory, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

Root  +   555d ago
Should this even be discussed....old Dante all the way
GenoZStriker  +   555d ago
Godzilla is better.
Majin-vegeta  +   555d ago
Old dante if i wanted to hear some emo retard say dumb s*it.I would sit down with my gf and watch twilight-_-.
izumo_lee  +   555d ago
Old Dante (especially Devl May Cry 3 ver.) cause you do not have to say 'F*CK' all the time just to sound cool.
CrimsonSquall  +   555d ago
Old Dante, for pure nostalgic purposes. However, New Dante does have his own thing going for him which is hes cocky as hell(ya see what I did der).
Vandamme21  +   555d ago
Both..they are same person
csreynolds  +   554d ago
This is little more than another hollow hate article, which like all the others overlooks two fundamental points:

1) this is a reboot (it's not supposed to be 'the same')
2) Ninja Theory developed the game with significant input and advice from the team that produced DMCs 1-4, which kind of throws your "NT hate DMC" argument out of the window...

It's about time people stopped romanticising about 'old Dante' and came to terms with the fact things change. Sometimes it's for the better. Sometimes it's for the worst. Either way, persuading people not to buy a game just because you hate NT, or want all your heroes to have flowing white locks and spout cheese in the face of conflict, is not the way to go. More to the point, it's a videogame in the grand scheme of things, and yet people are reacting like Mike Ball just walked into their homes and slaughtered their families.

TL;DR: stop imposing your views on others, and allow people to make their own minds up. If you hate DmC, fine. Just stick to playing the other DMCs and quit crying about it for the love of God.
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edawg11885  +   554d ago
Shut up Dude
csreynolds  +   553d ago
Thank you for your constructive contribution to this discussion. Or not... -_-

Come back when you have something more substantial to say.
edawg11885  +   553d ago
I said all that needed to be said. This article was done before the new DmC came out. The writer didn't really have a chance to play the new game. So, he went off of what was presented in the demo version. Which was a pretty poor demo for a game on the level of what the new DmC is. And, he didn't say it was a bad game. Just what was presented to him in the demo was bad. In the end no one can make you not buy a game, you have to have it set in your mind that your not going to get it already.
Lyatus  +   552d ago
I own and have played all the original Devil May Cry's. Yeah the new DmC is way better than the originals ever were. 3 is a very good game but. People need to stop complaining and judging the new Dante. He puts the old Dante to shame. haha!

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