OXM UK: "You can't please everybody, so why not take risks?"
People need to stop writing these "What 'X' can learn from 'Y' articles." They're starting to get ridiculous.
Haah that's EXACTLY what I was going to say.
Judging articles by their titles, on the other hand, has always been ridiculous.
You know what it can learn from DMC, don't piss off the fans.....
Exactly fan service is the important thing.
without fans theres no sales and they just dont get that
The DMC reboot is not even out yet, they can learn nothing from which is currently vapourware.
You have a misconception of what vapourware is. Also they can learn a few things: >Don't piss off the fanbase >Don't change a character loved by millions >Don't keep changing your mind about when the story takes place and what it's about
But for all we know it might work out for the best. Once the game releases it may be back to it's glory days in terms of gameplay and story. Just sayin, i think it's too early to brand DMC with anything until the game is released.
Vapourware is something that has been canned/is not coming out. 8 days for example is vapourware.
My bad, i'd edit but i do not have the option...
they actually can i remember in infamous 2 they was gonna change the cole look tremendously so sucker punch ended up changing it to a more similar cole the fans loved for part 1 this is a example of listening to the fans
Halo and DMC are in to different fields its like comparing Mario to COD.
Is it, how to alienate the fanbase and completely change the design of iconic characters?
lol 4 real. ima play it anyway but dang wtf hahaha.
I actualy like the character design for new Dante, it would just be better if it was a new IP IMO.
^ That's what I keep saying. If it were a new IP, I'd be lookin forward to it.
LOL, maybe M.C. can take his helmet off and have the face of Harold Ryan. Like the ego-trip redesign of Dante that looks exactly like that one guy.
They can learn what not to do lol
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