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File this under the "unsurprising" category. After years of silence, it looks like the PSP version of Devil May Cry has been canned, indicated by the latest issue of Japanese mag Famitsu finally removing the title from its release list and noting the title's demise. IGN notes that Famitsu has been...

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In Tokyo last night, Sega quietly announced plans for a "simultaneous worldwide release for Fall 2009" of action/hair manipulation game Bayonetta. New screens revealed at the event show the game's heroine battling enemies on the side of a building, unleashing her guillotine on another and fighting ...

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Our impressions of Bayonetta have been consistently favorable, and now we must invent new heights for our appreciation to soar. Following our viewing of this latest trailer -- the highlight of which is the game's heroine suplexing a giant dragon because we weren't lying in the headline of this post ...

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We may not always have loved every one of his games or his hairstyles, but we wanted to take a moment to tip our hat to Dante, whose Devil May Cry series has reached the milestone of 10 million units shipped. For some perspective, 10 million pennies would make a six-foot by six-foot cube, a cube w...

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A reader of Capcom Unity, Capcom's official blog, posed a bold question to the crew during the blog's "Ask Capcom weekly roundup." He wanted to know why Capcom had 'forsaken the PSP.' He got the idea after listening to a silly rumor made by a friend and then further worried having seen Capcom's min...

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Their later musical crimes may keep them off of our 100 favorite artists list, but we have to admit that Stevie Wonder and Paul McCartney were exactly right in the classic song "Ebony and Ivory" when they sang: "Ebony and Ivory, shoot together in perfect harmony. Side by side in some Japanese stor...

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A poster on Capcom Unity's forums has received an answer to the question of whether Devil May Cry 4 and Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo HD Remix will be getting the trophy treatment and it is no. Capcom feels that DMC4 already has "its own little trophylike system" and the Puzzle Fighter team has mo...

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We've seen Dante sit proudly atop many things; piles of enemies, thrones and building tops, to name a few. Now we can add "Capcom release calanders" to that list, as Devil May Cry for PSP is currently resting at the top of Capcom Japan's recent and future games list. Sure, there's no release date a...

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[Update: riot from Gamespark.jp – along with our own Andrew Yoon – let us know this listing has apparently been on Capcom's Japanese website since as far back as 2005. What's the deal, Capcom?] Rumors that Devil May Cry would be theatrically shooting its way onto the PSP are about as o...

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Following the Cannes Film Festival this past week, Bloomberg Japan is reporting that Capcom might be looking to capitalize on its hottest video game properties through various film deals. The strategy, according to Bloomberg, would closely resemble one struck by Marvel Comics years ago, where movi...

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You know the industry's come a long way when consoles are no longer the exclusive domain of androgynous, sword-waving jackasses with glowing demon arms. Capcom has sent us a reminder that the Personal Computer version of Devil May Cry 4, the latest (and commercially successful) entry in its slash-...

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This is it. It's 4th and goal, the home stretch, the appropriate metaphor. If you want a win a copy of Devil May Cry 4, you have 3 hours to do so as of this post. For one last shot at winning, head over to the official giveaway post and enter. It's easy. Just follow the directions and enter. As us...

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Adaptive difficulty (also called Dynamic Difficulty Adjustment) is a game mechanic in which play becomes easier or more difficult depending on how well you progress. If you keep dying in the course of the game, the action ramps down a bit until it's at a more manageable level. This can be seen in th...

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Just a quick reminder, we're still accepting entries for our latest Fanswag giveaway, in which you can win a shiny new copy of Devil May Cry 4. We don't care what you do with it if you win. You can use it for target practice, use it as a coaster, whatever you want. Heck, you could even play it if ...

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It doesn't get much better than winning stuff. That's why we're here to remind you that you can win your very own copy of Devil May Cry 4 for free. Yes, absolutely and completely free. All you have to do is head over to the official giveaway post and follow the super simple directions. How hard co...

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How does some half price demon killing action sound? This is only for UK Devil May Cry 4 fans we're afraid, but Amazon are offering the latest episode of the franchise for only £25. There's no saying how long this deal will last, so be sure to grab it before it ends. If it ends. If you're not...

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It's time for another fanswag giveaway, fanboys. This week, we have a brand new copy of Devil May Cry 4. The first in the series to appear on a Microsoft console, it's sure to delight all the demon-hating action fans out there. For your shot at winning this pristine shrink-wrapped wonder, simply f...

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As I violently disassembled insectile robots into their constituent sparks and parts, someone asked me which game Too Human reminded me of. Without pause, I pointed towards Devil May Cry, Capcom's over-the-top display of acrobatic swordsmanship and stylish oneupmanship. It made perfect sense -- th...

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