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3 years ago#161
(Topic Creator)3 years ago#162
WAAAAAAAAA! *teardrop* *sucks pacifier and falls asleep*
Because fictional characters worked better for childhood heroes than real people
Real people suck, period
I wanted to be like Goku, y'know
Firing lasers and flying around
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3 years ago#163
If you ask any kid who his hero is, it's either "My dad" or "*insert super hero name here*"
No child answers with actual heroes.
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3 years ago#164
This is like a One Pound Hairy Trucker (Ninja Theory), Grab my Childhood and just rape the hell out of it.
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3 years ago#165
Was not expecting that, lol. I got it when it first released, and was well in my teens.
lol I got it at launch as well (or should I say, my older brother got it). Only thing is that I'm probably younger than you. Born in 92' to be exact.
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3 years ago#166
biohazardoud856 posted...Was not expecting that, lol. I got it when it first released, and was well in my teens.
I'm '94, but the same thing applies. My brother bought it, we both just loved it.
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3 years ago#167
While I do despise Ninja Theory or Capcom or whoever for trying to change Dante. I don't hope anybody lose their job here. I hate Dino with a passion because he's the epitemy of what I believe is a bad character:
- Cursing so much you actually notice it
- Saying F U more then asked for
- Looking like a teenage douchebag
- Acting like a teenage douchebag
- Makes it apparent that the character is trying to hard to act cool
I'm not gonna lie I gave the demo a chance but didn't like it because of the controls and Dino's attitude. Also that menu screen with the angels... just no. I remember when Capcom tried to make Nero for DMC4 but at least he was sorta like Dante, and was durable unlike this one. So yeah I'm not gonna buy this game and instead stick with Metal Gear Rising for my combo goodness.
On a personal note I do hope Capcom stops pushing this Dante on us so much. If people don't like him, they don't like him, nothing will change their mind. The free necklace, his inclusion in Playstation All-Stars, and the early DLC is like begging almost. Capcom just needs to let whatever happens, happens, it's only them to blame for sales like any developer.
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3 years ago#168
Capcom hired out Nina Theory to Produce and DEVELOP the game. They are both the producer and developer. The same. With Capcom there as a name.
This is just too cute.
1. Capcom is the publisher.
2. Nice ass pull with everything else.
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3 years ago#169
From: KA_ME_HA_ME_HA | #154
Devil_wings00 posted...Ya since Dante was TOTALLY the same character between DMC 1 and 2 right? Besides looking the same Dante was a COMPLETELY different character who happened to be called Dante in DmC 2. DMC dante was a wise cracking smart ass while in DMC while he was a near silent EMO in DMC 2. So this is absolutely nothing new for the series to change the character. Now they just changed his character model this time and personality. It's not like Dante was a classic character or anything.
I think what he was getting at is that Dante was already changed before and people hated it, yet they learned to accept it. What I find funny is that people seem to think original Dante was the same throughout the past 4 games, when he had a different personality in each and every game. Everyone's "precious Dante" was essentially 3/4 different characters.The Dante in DmC 3 reminds me so much of this Dante, and I like it. Just because the new one is trying to be "badass/edgy/cool" doesn't make a difference, because that's the same impression the past Dante, especially DmC 3 Dante, gave me.
3 years ago#170
Yell at me all you want
Sounds to me like you still have some growing up to do my friend. When you're an adult, things like this won't matter.