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3 years ago#81
I feel stupid for making this post because it seems most of you are incapable of actual speech and instead say LOL CASUALS LOL DmC LOL DONTE VORGIL, etc. etc. this game sucks, etc. lol Tameem.
Hello. I think a lot of people still come here because it's the only board that's active when it comes to DMC (even though this is a DmC board). I guess some people like DmC, though the sales for it weren't very good. I guess Capcom didn't reach enough of the targeted audience. I know that it may seem like a little thing, but Tameem did go too far and I guess paying customers didn't want to be walked on. So, they didn't buy DmC.
Newer isn't always better.
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3 years ago#82
Strelok posted...RD_21 posted...Again, while most of those are facts, the effect it has on the enjoyment of the game is 100% subjective.
Possibly. The game had it no attachment to the DMC franchise, would be a mediocre H&S that really needs polish. There are some interesting ideas, but they do ot belong in a DMC game. The execution was downright horrible. I actually feel bad for those that liked the game as if NT and Capcom were not so damned stupid they could have had a new IP instead of this game destroying one.
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3 years ago#83
The answer is.
If they have been converted then they would be running out and buying the game . There would have been an uptick or holding in the sales number instead of the drop off.
Where were you told and by whom that they were banned? I have seen pros banned from boards too, it all has to do with behavior not point of view.
One of our more popular pros was banned from CU as his many alts. After harassing female board members and claiming to work for NT. I guess Gamefaqs would be the pros last stand too if you want to be fair.
Most boards have pretty much dried up on DmC topics. It had as much impression on the gaming community as a fart in the wind.