History VideoGame / DmCDevilmayCry

5th Dec '17 2:48:09 PM ViperAcidZX
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''[=DmC=]'' was released in North America and Europe on January 15, 2013 for the UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}} and UsefulNotes/PlayStation3, and on January 25 for [[UsefulNotes/MicrosoftWindows Windows]]. The game will be remastered with all DLC for UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 and UsefulNotes/XboxOne as well as the graphical capabilities of the original PC version. New features include hard-locking on enemies, a higher difficulty level beyond Dante Must Die called "Gods Must Die", new game modifiers Turbo (speeds things up), "Must Style" (enemies won't take damage until the style meter is S or higher), and "Hardcore" (gameplay changes that make the game a little closer to the old ''DMC'' titles), and a Bloody Palace mode for Vergil. There is also new costumes (such as a ''Devil May Cry 1''-style Dante outfit). Certain gameplay nuances were also tweaked (such as being able to damage enemies with anything that previously required a specific weapon alignment to damage).

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''[=DmC=]'' was released in North America and Europe on January 15, 2013 for the UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}} and UsefulNotes/PlayStation3, and on January 25 for [[UsefulNotes/MicrosoftWindows Windows]]. The game will be was remastered with all DLC included for UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 and UsefulNotes/XboxOne as well as the graphical capabilities of the original PC version. New features include hard-locking on enemies, a higher difficulty level beyond Dante Must Die called "Gods Must Die", new game modifiers Turbo (speeds things up), "Must Style" (enemies won't take damage until the style meter is S or higher), and "Hardcore" modes (gameplay changes that make the game a little closer to the old ''DMC'' ''Devil May Cry'' titles), and a Bloody Palace mode for Vergil. There is also new costumes (such as a ''Devil May Cry 1''-style Dante outfit). Certain gameplay nuances were also tweaked (such as being able to damage enemies with anything that previously required a specific weapon alignment to damage).









* AsskickingEqualsAuthority: "Kyle Ryder" a.k.a. Mundus controls pretty much the entirety of Earth's economy. He's also pretty much invincible under most circumstances, and supremely strong under all others. He also seems to have a large degree of control over the chaos of Limbo.

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* AsskickingEqualsAuthority: "Kyle Ryder" a.k.a. Mundus controls pretty much virtually the entirety of Earth's economy. He's also pretty much very invincible under most circumstances, and supremely strong under all others. He also seems to have a large degree of control over the chaos of Limbo.



** Also, the name of pretty much every trophy in the game.

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** Also, the name of pretty much every trophy most of the achievements/trophies in the game.



** The ''Definitive Edition'' adds another new difficulty called "Gods Must Die" that goes one step beyond Dante Must Die: enemies will ''spawn'' in their [[TurnsRed Devil Triggered]] states, you cannot use any items, and no Green Orbs will be spawned (so any health you lose is gone for the entire level, pretty much).

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** The ''Definitive Edition'' adds another new difficulty called "Gods Must Die" that goes one step beyond Dante Must Die: enemies will ''spawn'' in their [[TurnsRed Devil Triggered]] states, you cannot use any items, and no Green Orbs will be spawned (so any health you lose is gone for the entire level, pretty much).level).



** [[spoiler: Mundus's son]] as well, to a greater degree.

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** [[spoiler: Mundus's [[spoiler:Mundus's son]] as well, to a greater degree.



* UpdatedRerelease: The game was re-released on [=PlayStation=] 4 and Xbox One as ''Definitive Edition'', with visual improvements comparable to the PC version, adds host of new modes and gameplay tweaks, and comes bundled with all [=DLCs=].



19th Nov '17 4:39:58 AM NanoMoose
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''[=DmC=]: Devil May Cry'' is a HackAndSlash ActionAdventure VideoGame developed by Creator/NinjaTheory. First announced as a ContinuityReboot to the ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry'' series, it later became a {{prequel}}. It is now apparently an AlternateContinuity set in a parallel universe... [[FlipFlopOfGod or something]].

In this alternate continuity, demons secretly run the world, controlling everything from [[PropagandaMachine the media]] to [[MorallyBankruptBanker the financial sector]] to [[IAteWhat food production]]. Living on the fringes of the [[MassHypnosis brainwashed society]] is Dante, the [[ConvenientlyAnOrphan orphaned son]] of [[NonhumanHumanoidHybrid an angel and a demon]] at odds with the demons who have made his life hell for as long as he can remember. Over the course of his battles through the [[MalevolentArchitecture twisted streets]] of Limbo, Dante is contacted by a [[MysteriousWaif mysterious psychic]] named Kat on behalf of [[LaResistance The Order]], a rogue group led by Dante's [[LongLostRelative long lost brother]] Vergil. Vergil, [[SelfMadeMan a millionaire computer genius]], is hell-bent on exposing the demons to the world and freeing Limbo City from their clutches.

Gameplay combines multiple elements from previous entries, with further emphasis on platforming and aerial combos: The StanceSystem for instance now involves Dante switching between [[YinYangBomb demonic and angelic powers]] on the fly in both combat and exploration segments. However, a large arsenal of weapons is still available, including the [[CoolSword classic longsword]], a [[AnAxeToGrind demonic axe]], an [[SinisterScythe angelic scythe]], and [[PowerFist flaming gauntlets]]. Dante's signature [[LimitBreak Devil Trigger]] also returns, now allowing you to temporarily [[TimeStandsStill freeze time]] and kick even more ass. Exploration and platforming meanwhile revolve around the new Malice System, where Dante alternates between the [[RealIsBrown gloomy-looking real world]] and a [[DarkWorld demonic parallel world]] with [[ChaosArchitecture distorted architecture]] and [[BrightIsNotGood vivid colors]] where [[EverythingTryingToKillYou even the city itself is trying to kill you]].

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''[=DmC=]: Devil May Cry'' is a HackAndSlash ActionAdventure VideoGame developed by Creator/NinjaTheory. First announced as a ContinuityReboot to the ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry'' series, it later became a {{prequel}}. It is now apparently {{prequel}}, and was eventually released as an AlternateContinuity set in a parallel universe... [[FlipFlopOfGod or something]].universe.

In this alternate continuity, demons secretly run the world, controlling everything from [[PropagandaMachine the media]] to [[MorallyBankruptBanker the financial sector]] to [[IAteWhat food production]].production]], and [[SinisterSurveillance keeping a close eye on all]]. Living on the fringes of the [[MassHypnosis brainwashed society]] is Dante, the [[ConvenientlyAnOrphan orphaned son]] of [[NonhumanHumanoidHybrid an angel and a demon]] at odds with the demons who have made his life hell for as long as he can remember. Over the course of his battles through the [[MalevolentArchitecture twisted streets]] of Limbo, Dante is contacted by a [[MysteriousWaif mysterious psychic]] named Kat on behalf of [[LaResistance The Order]], a rogue group led by Dante's [[LongLostRelative long lost brother]] Vergil. Vergil, [[SelfMadeMan a millionaire computer genius]], is hell-bent on exposing the demons to the world and freeing Limbo City from their clutches.

Gameplay combines multiple elements from previous entries, with further emphasis on platforming and aerial combos: The StanceSystem the StanceSystem, for instance instance, now involves Dante switching between [[YinYangBomb demonic and angelic powers]] on the fly in both combat and exploration segments. However, a large arsenal of weapons is still available, including the [[CoolSword classic longsword]], a [[AnAxeToGrind demonic axe]], an [[SinisterScythe angelic scythe]], and [[PowerFist flaming gauntlets]]. Dante's signature [[LimitBreak Devil Trigger]] also returns, now allowing you to temporarily [[TimeStandsStill freeze time]] and kick even more ass. Exploration and platforming meanwhile revolve around makes use of the new Malice System, Malice, where Dante alternates between the [[RealIsBrown gloomy-looking real world]] and a [[DarkWorld demonic parallel world]] with [[ChaosArchitecture distorted architecture]] and [[BrightIsNotGood vivid colors]] where [[EverythingTryingToKillYou even the city itself is trying to kill you]].
19th Nov '17 4:36:19 AM NanoMoose
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Has a prequel graphic novel of its own known as [=DmC=]: Devil May Cry - The Chronicles of Vergil, which depicts Vergil's first meeting with and recruitment of Kat as well as his subsequent efforts to find the missing Dante.

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Has a prequel graphic novel of its own known as [=DmC=]: Devil May Cry - The Chronicles of Vergil, which depicts Vergil's first meeting with and recruitment of Kat as well as his subsequent efforts to find the missing Dante. Its canonicity is debatable.
19th Nov '17 1:44:23 AM rmctagg09
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* UrbanRuins: Limbo City is this in general due to its generally crumbing appearance, but it's even more so in its alternate dimension mode, which has demons running around

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* UrbanRuins: Limbo City is this in general due to its generally crumbing appearance, but it's even more so in its alternate dimension mode, which has demons running aroundaround everywhere.
19th Nov '17 1:44:02 AM rmctagg09
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* UrbanRuins: Limbo City is this in general due to its generally crumbing appearance, but it's even more so in its alternate dimension mode, which has demons running around
12th Nov '17 12:16:56 AM NanoMoose
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Has a prequel graphic novel of it's own known as [=DmC=]: Devil May Cry - The Chronicles of Vergil, which depicts Vergil's first meeting with and recruitment of Kat as well as his subsequent efforts to find the missing Dante.

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Has a prequel graphic novel of it's its own known as [=DmC=]: Devil May Cry - The Chronicles of Vergil, which depicts Vergil's first meeting with and recruitment of Kat as well as his subsequent efforts to find the missing Dante. Dante.
16th Oct '17 12:18:48 PM Netherman14
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Has a prequel graphic novel of it's own known as DmC: Devil May Cry - The Chronicles, which depicts Vergil's first meeting with and recruitment of Kat as well as his subsequent efforts to find the missing Dante.

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Has a prequel graphic novel of it's own known as DmC: [=DmC=]: Devil May Cry - The Chronicles, Chronicles of Vergil, which depicts Vergil's first meeting with and recruitment of Kat as well as his subsequent efforts to find the missing Dante.
16th Oct '17 12:17:12 PM Netherman14
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Has a prequel graphic novel of it's own known as DmC: Devil May Cry - The Chronicles, which depicts Vergil's first meeting with and recruitment of Kat as well as his subsequent efforts to find the missing Dante.
29th Aug '17 7:23:32 AM Netherman14
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29th Aug '17 7:03:20 AM Netherman14
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* Prequel: The game gets it's own prequel in the form of a hardcover trade, named DmC: Devil May Cry: The Vergil Chronicles.

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* Prequel: The game gets it's own prequel in the form of a hardcover trade, named DmC: [=DmC=]: Devil May Cry: The Vergil Chronicles.
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