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Capcom shipped 1 million units of DmC: Devil May Cry on Xbox 360 and PS3 in January. The company adjusted its sales forecasts for the game to 1.2 million by March 31, down from the 2 million projected back in May 2012. The figures don't take into account the PC version, released on January 25. None...

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Dante's new look is about to get even newer, and by "newer" we mean "old again." Capcom has revealed DmC's first batch of costume DLC over on its official Japanese website, with Dante's DMC3 coat and hair arrangement featured front and center. The costume pack, which hits Japanese PS3s and Xboxen o...

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Devil May Cry, under the new direction of Ninja Theory, has garnered positive responses – from reviewers, anyway. Our review found DMC "does action extraordinarily well and manages to make Dante look like the epitome of cool with every move." Giant Bomb (5/5): "Everything in this new game e...

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There is a fine, bleached line between "trying too hard" and "confident in your own skin." The two descriptors can look disturbingly similar: Some people use hair dye, awkward yet fashionable clothing and violent curse words as a mask for their insecurities, while for others these are outward expre...

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1. Have you been holding out on getting Resident Evil 6? 2. Are you planning to pick up Devil May Cry? If you answered 'No' to either question, please accept our sincere apologies and kindly move on to the next Joystiq post. If you answered 'Yes' to both then congratulations, you might be intereste...

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This CG trailer for Ninja Theory's upcoming Devil May Cry reboot is showing in movie theaters nationwide. The CG actually stands for Creepy Goo; looks like Mulder and Scully didn't do a great job with that particular case. Luckily, Dante is on hand to foreclose that sucker for good, maybe....

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While Dante oozes style, we just kind of ooze. We could never pull off Dante's flashy pendant seen above. It's free to anyone who purchases a copy of DmC: Devil May Cry through the Capcom store. Of course, you don't have to wear the pendant. You could just hang it somewhere, or lay it on a table ne...

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Ninja Theory's Devil May Cry is sliding onto Windows PCs on January 25, 2013 in North America and Europe, just 10 days after the game lands on Xbox 360 and PS3. The port, which Capcom outsourced to Polish team QLOC, will be available via Steam, with the publisher specifying availability at retail ...

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"Vergil's Downfall" is the first DLC pack announced for DmC: Devil May Cry, and it contains Dante's twin brother, Vergil, as a playable character. Vergil's Downfall will be available via XBLA and PSN for $9 (720 MS Points) in early 2013, and Capcom makes sure to note that it is not on-disc DLC. N...

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DmC is capped at 30 FPS on consoles, but according to director Hideaki Itsuno, the game will feel like it's running at 60 FPS – and it all comes down to mind games. "60 FPS is a speed the brain and the eye can catch up with and understand," Itsuno tells Eurogamer. "But at 30 FPS there's a tec...

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DMC: Devil May Cry will change the experience up with multiple special difficulty modes, beyond the included "standard" modes, which are called Human, Devil Hunter, and Nephilim. According to a Capcom-Unity post, the "Son of Sparda" mode changes enemy placements and increases enemy difficulty, incl...

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As this new trailer from the New York Comic Con shows, not everything's changed in the alternate reality of Ninja Theory's Devil May Cry. The music remains familiar, very much the Joystiq-turn-that-racket-down-right-now-or-so-help-me-Lord brand of heavy metal. Capcom also revealed at NYCC that it...

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Capcom is planning an online demo of DmC: Devil May Cry prior to the game's launch, giving fans and on-the-fence aesthetic nuts a chance to try out Dante's new look for themselves. Capcom has no firm date for the demo yet, but it is coming to consoles at least, producer Alex Jones tells a panel at ...

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The PC port of DmC (Devil May Cry) is outsourced to Polish outfit QLOC and is being released after the console versions, Capcom has confirmed to Eurogamer. QLOC has collaborated with Capcom on PC before, having handled Resident Evil: Raccoon City and Street Fighter x Tekken. That leaves Ninja The...

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