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Through the Backlog: DmC: Devil May Cry

Yep, I’m still getting through a lot of what 2013 held, but unlike clearing Tomb Raider from my backlog, DmC was an absolute blast to barrel through in a weekend. There’s plenty of stylized, over-the-top action the series had been known for, with a solid production behind not resulting in

DmC: Devil may Cry Review

Devil May Cry. That name means something to someone out there. Though I probably wouldn’t say I was sharing in those feelings until I picked up Ninja Theory’s reboot of the old(ish?) hack ‘n’ slasher from the distant days of the PlayStation 2. So, take this review with a grain

DmC: Devil May Cry Demo Impressions

DmC has seen its fair share of controversy ever since its reveal. Initial reactions were highly negative due to Dante’s punk attitude and new style. Even so, I’ve been cautiously optimistic that the end product would be solid. Ninja Theory’s previous efforts have been very positive for me and I was never

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