MTV:Rebooting a longstanding series like Devil May Cry is no small task. The series has been around for twelve years, already has a wholly fleshed out mythology, and not to mention countless fans. Whatever Capcom's reasons for going back to the drawing board after 2008's Devil May Cry 4 were, they've certainly paid off. For the franchise's fifth release the Japanese publisher took a risk by transferring the development from an in-house team to the wizards at Ninja Theory (Heavenly Sword, Enslaved: Odyssey to the West), with the hopes of breathing new life into the series. The final product, DmC: Devil May Cry, turns the series on its head, and starts fresh with an all-new Dante.