hating on this game is counter productive

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3 years ago#1
go ahead and cheer this game on at being a failure sales wise, theyll just quit on devil may cry and have no faith in it, and then you can kiss this series goodbye forever. then you can play god of war 8 instead.
3 years ago#2
I fail to see the logic here.
3 years ago#3
i'll take a God Of War reboot than DmC 2 honestly...
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3 years ago#4
Most "antis" would prefer this series be dead than continue as DmC.
3 years ago#5
Logic:

You should like things that are bad
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3 years ago#6
Retroxgamer0 posted...
go ahead and cheer this game on at being a failure sales wise, theyll just quit on devil may cry and have no faith in it, and then you can kiss this series goodbye forever. then you can play god of war 8 instead.


hardly.
it sends a message to the publisher that this is not what we want, and that they shouldnt antagonize their fans/customers.
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3 years ago#7
Actually LIKING this game is counter productive
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3 years ago#8
well i got the same amount of replay value out of this as DMC3
3 years ago#9
Hating on a game is counter productive? So liking a game you disliked is productive? TC is like all of the pros here, talking without using his brain.
3 years ago#10
RetsuxD posted...
I fail to see the logic here.


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