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Submitted by Lavalamp 768d ago | review

DmC: Devil May Cry Review | IGN Italia

IGN Italia: "DMC is a really nice game as well as the QLOC PC porting. Significant visual impact, flawless optimization, good performance even with medium-low hardware configurations. It's a game that takes some distance from the previous installments of the saga and the white-haired Dante no longer exists, but is it really a problem?" (DmC: Devil May Cry, PC) 8.5/10

GoldPunch-TR  +   768d ago
Good morning IGN Italia.
Neixus  +   768d ago
welcome up from the rock, IGN italy. The year is now 2014, and the next gen consoles have released. The question is, why do you review DMC now? ''DmC 2:Fuck you'' just released this week, they also annonced DmC 3, where they'll deliver competetive multiplay-

oh god what am i doing with my life

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