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DmC: Devil May Cry Is A Reboot


Hello Readers.
Devil May Cry has over a million fans as we all know. People were waiting badly for Devil May Cry 5. What they got was DmC: Devil may Cry. The game which isn't developed by Capcom, but Ninja Theory instead. The game featured a new Dante, which was REALLY hated by fans, as I am a fan of Devil May Cry series too, when I saw the new trailer, I was highly disappointed and I was really raged. DmC: Devil May Cry really broke the heart of all the fans, turning out to be a whole new game. So, after people saw its trailers and stuff, people were really ''angry'' and gave HUGE negative feed back. So, it turns out that DmC: Devil May Cry is a ''reboot'' rather then a prequel. The game is set in a parallel universe, with a new Dante. The game is NOT set in the same Saga as of Devil May Cry 1,2,3 and 4. Many people confused the new Dante as a ''younger'' Dante and the game as a ''prequel'', but it is now confirmed that the game is a reboot, the world is different, the Dante is different and the whole game is different. The game has a city called ''Limbo'' which also is a new addition. Plus, on the official banner of the official website of DmC: Devil May Cry, it says *Rebirth of '"Devil May Cry''*.

The true fans are disappointed by the new game, at least we got an explanation now.

~Muhammad Junaid~
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Published On Entertainment Ghost At Saturday, December 17, 2011