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DmC: Devil May Cry tips – here’s our guide to making the demon slaying that little bit easier

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at 11:17am January 16 2013
DmC Devil May Cry Bloody Palace mode screens

Despite the fears of the internet hate-mongers, DmC is every bit as hardcore, complex and satisfying as a game bearing the Devil May Cry name should be. But fear not. Having played the game from start to finish and accrued more than a few S ranks along the way, I’ve decided to bestow upon you the gory fruits of my violent labours. The blood oranges of my experience if you will. Or, you know, the 9 things I wish I’d known before I started.

DmC: Devil May Cry PS3 review – What’s dazzling you is the nature of my game

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at 08:00am January 14 2013
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When you finish DmC for the first time, the most notable of the virtual trinkets, baubles and inevitable concept art you unlock is the first chunk of a three-part reskin for Dante. It enables you to give him white hair. Thing is, you won’t want to use it. Because by the time you’ve got to the end of the game – by the time you’ve come to really know the new Dante and understand everything that his extended family at Ninja Theory has achieved with its relentlessly on-point reimagining of Devil May Cry – any move back towards the trappings of the old series will feel like a ludicrous retrograde step.

DmC: Devil May Cry Bloody Palace mode screens

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at 10:59am January 10 2013
DmC Devil May Cry Bloody Palace mode screens

For the Uninitiated Devil May Cry’s Bloody Palace mode is a challenge mode that make you fight everything forever. It’s mainly for masochists.

DmC: Devil May Cry trailer – Dante declares war

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at 05:01pm January 7 2013
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Here’s a CGI trailer ahead of DmC: Devil May Cry’s imminent PS3 release on the 15th. It shows Dante shooting up a bank and telling the demons running things that is it on.

DmC video preview – we check out fresh PS3 gameplay and discuss how new Dante’s doing

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at 12:00am December 14 2012
DmC Devil May Cry PS3 screens

Here’s me and Dave to talk about DmC in this video preview. Dave’s spent quite a lot of time playing Dante’s rebooted adventure, I’ve played about three hours so we here we are to chate about it all while we look at at some all new levels.

DmC demo gameplay – watch Dante’s new moves

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at 02:28pm November 22 2012
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If you’ve not downloaded the DmC demo yet then here’s a 45 minute video of the game in action. It really is good so try not to get all upset that Dante’s hair is a different colour. From what I played the fighting feels great and while the mechanically it’s different – using left and right angel and devil triggers to modify attack – the sense of tactically opening up groups, or weakening enemies feels just as strong as any game in the series.

DmC’s Absolute Power trailer is all about absolute… you get the idea

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at 04:52pm November 9 2012
DmC Devil May Cry PS3 screens

Here’s a new trailer for DmC where the cast talk about the characters and themes. Mainly absolute power and looking really cool while saying stuff.

DmC screens are all about the demonic pretty

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at 03:44pm November 2 2012
DmC Devil May Cry PS3 screens

These new DmC screens show of some more of the new-look Dante in action in the Devil May Cry reboot from Ninja Theory.

DmC is “a rebirth” not ‘Devil May Cry 5′, & isn’t “set up explicitly for a sequel”

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at 03:00pm November 1 2012
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We recently spoke to DmC producer Alex Jones about Dante’s upcoming return. He told that this new version of Devil May Cry is “a rebirth” and an “origin story” which is why there’s no number on the end.

DmC: Devil May Cry hands-on – Why it’s an improvement on the old series whether you like it or not

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at 03:00pm November 1 2012
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Rebooting a franchise is an issue of context. At its core, the job is to isolate the essence of the original work and then figure out how to recreate it in new surroundings. The job is to refresh what matters by losing what doesn’t and replacing it with something better. In DmC, the importance of context goes a bit deeper than that. Because while Ninja Theory are certainly doing all of the above and succeeding with unapologetic gusto, the varying reactions to their efforts have hinged on context too.

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