Dante reboots in DmC: Devil May Cry

Written by Asia

January 18, 2013

Finally! Fans of the mercenary and demon hunter Dante rejoice as the popular hack and slash game return as DmC: Devil May Cry. Developed by Ninja Theory, the game is a reboot of the original storyline developed by Capcom back in 2001-2008. This 5th installment of the series uses 3D animation much like God of War and Resident Evil 6. It introduces a more ‘westernized’ perspective to appeal to the current generation as well as introduce some new gameplay to keep old and new fans excited for the reboot.

Like the previous gameplay, Dante uses his supernatural powers and weapons to fight the demons and other monstrosities that suddenly appeared in Limbo City. His sword, Rebellion, and twin pistols Ebony and Ivory remain as cool as ever and introduces two new moveset—the Angel  Mode  and Devil Mode which serves different purposes but both deal different massive or stylish combos. The demo of the game which released back in November 2012 debuts this week as the final commercial game available for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows.

 

Salivate in the awesome DmC game trailer:

 

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A SPECIAL TREAT TO ALL DMC FANS!

In tie-up with AstigStorePH, Devil May Cry fans can now order the latest DmC game for PS3 or Xbox! For only P1,930.00, not only will you reminisce Dante but get freebies (DmC T-shirt, game poster and iPhone 5 case designed with Dante himself) to show off your friends!

Click here: AstigStorePH to place your orders. Hurry, limited stocks only!

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