DmC getting owned with just one finger.

#11GoldsicklePosted 12/20/2012 6:24:08 AM
Ether101 posted...
The vid shows someone playing the Under watch level

You mean a few seconds of the Under Watch level.

If that guy wants to prove that one finger could "own" DMC, try it with the whole game.

Something like those series of "Luigi wins without doing anything" videos.
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#12sworderPosted 12/20/2012 6:34:24 AM
You can do that in the DMC4 demo. You can do that in the MGR demo.

I fail to see the point. You might think the guy is dissing DmC but he's just mocking hack and slashes in general.
#13Vault_ZeroPosted 12/20/2012 6:35:53 AM
sworder posted...
You can do that in the DMC4 demo. You can do that in the MGR demo.

I fail to see the point. You might think the guy is dissing DmC but he's just mocking hack and slashes in general.


No way you can do that in the MGR Demo.
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#14WingedRegentPosted 12/20/2012 6:37:38 AM
From: Goldsickle | #011
Ether101 posted...
The vid shows someone playing the Under watch level

You mean a few seconds of the Under Watch level.

If that guy wants to prove that one finger could "own" DMC, try it with the whole game.

Something like those series of "Luigi wins without doing anything" videos.


Yeeeeah. The whole game would be impossible to beat with one finger if the Slug Queen/Succubus boss is any indication. It's an indicator on how easy the normal enemies are + how helpful the "Auto Lock-On" feature is, though. It actually makes a case that having a button assigned to lock-on isn't necessary if the lock-on feature is that good to be honest.
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#15Ether101(Topic Creator)Posted 12/20/2012 6:41:58 AM
Goldsickle posted...
Ether101 posted...
The vid shows someone playing the Under watch level

You mean a few seconds of the Under Watch level.

If that guy wants to prove that one finger could "own" DMC, try it with the whole game.

Something like those series of "Luigi wins without doing anything" videos.


You cut off the context there.
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#16maniakiddPosted 12/20/2012 6:43:55 AM
Well to be honest...I let my friend who doesnt know DMC play DMC4 on easy(human) difficulty. he managed to fight all the way to credo...by mashing the triangle button.he did use some items to heal himself though.
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#17Ether101(Topic Creator)Posted 12/20/2012 6:46:33 AM
maniakidd posted...
Well to be honest...I let my friend who doesnt know DMC play DMC4 on easy(human) difficulty. he managed to fight all the way to credo...by mashing the triangle button.he did use some items to heal himself though.


Did he also not touch the analog stick at all?
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#18WingedRegentPosted 12/20/2012 6:52:13 AM
From: Ether101 | #017
maniakidd posted...
Well to be honest...I let my friend who doesnt know DMC play DMC4 on easy(human) difficulty. he managed to fight all the way to credo...by mashing the triangle button.he did use some items to heal himself though.


Did he also not touch the analog stick at all?


The downside with that is how the two games are built:

DMC 4 has a manual lock-on, so either way, you're going to use something other than the Triangle Button by either having to turn yourself around or using the lock-on. Again, this mostly speaks volumes on how the Auto Lock-On is a bit too good.
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#19GoldsicklePosted 12/20/2012 6:54:20 AM
Ether101 posted...
You cut off the context there.

Nope, I'm on topic.

Just pointing out how some people try too hard.
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#20Ether101(Topic Creator)Posted 12/20/2012 6:57:11 AM
Goldsickle posted...
Ether101 posted...
You cut off the context there.

Nope, I'm on topic.

Just pointing out how some people try too hard.


I'm not trying at all. Once again, you fail at insulting people.
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