Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition features 1080p 60fps visuals, the Legendary Dark Knight horde mode and three new playable characters: Vergil, Lady and Trish along with Nero and Dante. Drops Q2 2015 for PS4, Xbox One and Windows.
I couldn't be more excited for Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition, but sadly, I won't have a physical copy to add to my collection. Apparently in the west, the newly minted remaster will only be present in digital form. Japan however will...Show More Summary
Capcom sent us the first trailer of Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition along with screenshots. The revamped 2008 title will be available digitally for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One this Summer and features Legendary Dark Knight Mode, some gameplay improvements and 3 new playable characters (Vergil, Trish and Lady).
New information on Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition has just been revealed by Capcom.
Capcom is packing loads of additional content into this remastered release.
The smash-hit stylish action of Devil May Cry 4 returns in Special Edition, complete with five playable characters, improved gameplay, and new features.
Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition was announced in December and now Capcom has unveiled the details on what this next-gen remake of the 2008 classic entails. First off, it's coming this summer to PC in addition to the already announced PS4 and Xbox One. Show More Summary
Capcom gave the remaster treatment to DmC: Devil May Cry earlier this month. However, there's still a sector of fans that are holding onto the past glory of the original series. The publisher has those fans in mind, as well, with the upcoming release of Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition. Show More Summary
Hot damn! It's about time we got an info drop for Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition, a remake that made headlines with the inclusion of Vergil into the mix. The PlayStation Blog has spilled the beans on pretty much everything, and itShow More Summary
Greetings to the PlayStation community! Hideaki Itsuno of Capcom here. As you may know, Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition is set to release in the summer of 2015, some seven years after the launch of the original game back in January 2008 to a positive reception from fans of the series. The original Devil May Cry 4 was actually Capcom’s very first title for PS3.
This week highlights Battlefield Hardline, Resident Evil getting episodic, DmC: Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition's big comeback and more. Another week of releases to satiate your gaming thirst!
DmC Devil May Cry Definitive Edition was just released on Xbox One and PS4 and our good friends at the Xbox Network have been kind enough to send us a copy of the Xbox One version. The new 1080p resolution and increased 60 fps framerate...Show More Summary
This seems like a straightforward proposition, but what is Devil May Cry? It's a third-person fighting game that more or less invented a genre, then with Devil May Cry 3 raised the bar once more and, with Devil May Cry 4, had its biggest-selling entry (2.9 million). Show More Summary
The chief creative director of DmC: Devil May Cry has explained why the studio decided to make a change to the game's opening when releasing the Definitive Edition.
We've already established that the PlayStation 4 version of DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition offers a palpable upgrade over both Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of the game, with 60fps gameplay moving Ninja Theory's last-gen reboot more closely into line with Capcom Japan's origin titles. Show More Summary
It’s been two long years since developer Ninja Theory took the reins on Capcom’s popular series of demon genocide simulators with DmC: Devil May Cry. I’ve been a fan of the series for some time, but DmC took everything I loved about those games — the fluid combat, stylish world and the monsters that inhabit […]
With DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition out now, fans of the series have another title to keep them satiated till the next one is ready. As you've likely read, Chris gave his impressions of the game earlier. He was impressed with the changes and upgrades made to the game, but was still ho-hum about the story. Show More Summary
Devil May Cry, in addition to sounding like a scrubbed Pablo Neruda poem, was an evolutionary leap from the clunky 3D action games of the '90s when it hit the PS2 back in 2001. Capcom's game delivered a heady blend of The Evil Dead and anime flash, while redefining how free-flowing action felt in a video game. Show More Summary
I really enjoyed DMC upon its first release, dark-haired emo Dante and all. Released today, the Definitive Edition for PS4 and Xbox One gives fans of the first game a more traditional demon spawn hero to play with. He'll do. Let's play! Read more...