DmC: Devil May Cry just can’t catch a break. Here it is, a day from release, and fans remain up in arms over the latest iteration of the beloved series. It doesn’t matter how many times Capcom assures otherwise, what a plethora of glowing hands-on previews report and even how an admirable public demo plays; the consensus that DmC is not a good game remains. Frustratingly, this sentiment isn’t the result of the visuals, gameplay or production value; it’s because Ninja Theory developed it and Dante is a brunette rebel. It’s a shame fans have to be so obstinate, because they’re missing out on what may be the best Devil May Cry yet. Not only has Ninja Theory persevered what made the series so lovable in the first place, but vaulted the franchise in a new and exciting direction.