Project Sylph Update

Great news for fans of Square Enix, Gamearts and Xbox 360. Project Sylph, a new Xbox 360 shooter first announced by Square Enix at a Microsoft press conference prior to E3, is in the works for a year 2006 Japanese release. The latest issue of Famitsu has first details.

Project Sylph is indeed the next game in the Silpheed line of shooters. Although not officially labeled a sequel, the title promises to expand upon the classic Gamearts franchise.

The game takes place far in the future, hundreds of years after humans have taken to the stars in space vessels and conquered the galaxy. Mankind has spread to two new planets, who are referred to as "Refugee Planets" and whose resources are used to feed the drying Earth.

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shotty6505d ago

Sounds cools, I hope it's an MMO

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Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising - Reality Bites Hard

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Ranking the Devil May Cry Series

VGChartz's Mark Nielsen: "Upon finally finishing Devil May Cry 5 recently - after it spent several years on my “I’ll play that soon” list - I considered giving it a fittingly-named Late Look article. However, considering that this was indeed the final piece I was missing in the DMC puzzle, I decided to instead take this opportunity to take a look back at the entirety of this genre-defining series and rank the entries. What also made this a particularly tempting notion was that while most high-profile series have developed fairly evenly over time, with a few bumps on the road, the history of Devil May Cry has, at least in my eyes, been an absolute roller coaster, with everything from total disasters to action game gold."

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VersusDMC1d 7h ago

First to last for me...3,4,5,1,2.

VersusDMC1d 6h ago

Me leaving it out should be telling of my thoughts on it. Better than 2 as a DMC game.

Still a good game though.

Exvalos12h ago

What a weird name, it's essentially devil may cry, devil may cry lol

Cacabunga11h ago

Best to good for me: 3, reboot, 1, 5

2 and 4 are trash, didnt like any of them.
5 has very good gameplay variety but i hated the foes.. it is just insects the whole time. Reboot has the best foes for me

Friendlygamer1d 7h ago

3,1,4,5 to me, never played 2. 5 gameplay is amazing but level design was really disappointing to me, just a bunch of plain arenas, the story felt like a worse written rehash of the 3rd and the charater models looked weird ( specially the ladies ). Another problem with 5 was that there was not enough content for 3 charaters so I could never really familiarize with any of them

monkey6021d 6h ago (Edited 1d 6h ago )

2.
Dmc.
4.
5.
1.
3.

God DMC2 was an awful game.
And in case this isn't obvious it goes worst to best

Yui_Suzumiya1d 4h ago

1 and DmC. The rest are unimportant.

DarXyde1d 4h ago

Order changes depending on your focus. I tend to focus on gameplay/fun factor, so...

5, 3, 1, 4, 2.

I really didn't like 4 but commend Dante's weapon diversity. The retreading of old ground was pretty unacceptable to me.

But even then... Still more enjoyable than 2 for me

SeTTriP20h ago

This right here is my order as I thought DMC 5 was amazing and obviously 3 comes after 4 was great and 1 for the nastilgic value it holds 2 was so terrible that my local GameStop gave full refunds to people who returned it.

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