Making its debut on the PS2 in 2001 and emerging as a highly successful franchise ever since, releasing a series of elaborated manga(Japanese comic books) and even in production for the fourth time as a PS3 actioner, the Devil May Cry series takes it to another media art form, and this time its the Japanese anime. A complete animated motion picture for the fans of gothic and stylistic action mayhem.
With Final Fantasy XVI committing fully to fast-paced action gameplay, it may finally be time for a new remake series of a classic Capcom franchise: Devil May Cry. As the franchise that essentially originated the particular style of 3D action combat that the upcoming Final Fantasy is making heavy use of, Devil May Cry could very well be due for a remake, or even a series of remakes, to address certain flaws and more dated aspects of its classic games, similarly to the popular modern remakes for Capcom's Resident Evil series.
With DMC5's four-year anniversary passing and the increased relevance of its genre, now could be the best time for a new Devil May Cry game.
Fable co-creator Dene Carter turned to Devil May Cry for an idea of scope when developing the 2004 hit action RPG.