What would you imagine DMC5 and DmC2 would be
like? (story wise)
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I was tossing around several ideas of what I would envision the next game in the franchise could be.
For DMC5 if they want to still attract new players without worrying about the "convoluted" narrative of the older games then I would take a trip back in time and play as Sparda in his creation of a new era and detailing his defeat of Mundus and his legions.
For DmC2 I guess it would be best to deal with the rise of Vergil but also maybe discussing freeing Sparda from his prison and maybe he can take on the villain's role. Or hell go with the angels now wanting to subjugate humanity and make them the villains.
thoughts? --- You don't get a gold star for being less bloody stupid than another bloody stupid person when you are still demonstrably bloody stupid. -the final bahamut
DMC5: Return of Dante can be right after DMC2, with Nero setting up a portal to get Dante out of the Demon World. He'd be at a castle, gathering items needed for the ritual, and the main enemy for his scenario would be a demon whom Sparda sealed on the Island that the castle's in, obviously trying to stop Nero because he doesn't want Sparda's son coming back, and also having some sort of a grudge against Vergil, who he can faintly sense inside Nero. In Dante's scenario, he'd be on the other side, fighting through demons to get to the area where the Hell gate would be in the Human World. How Dante knows he needs to go to that specific Hell gate is up for debate, but you could easily have Nero utilize an item that lets him talk to Dante for 2 minutes and explain what he's doing. Dante's enemy would be Mundus, who is still sealed in the Demon World. Nero's scenario would be explaining his past, with appearances from Lady, who gives Nero a ride to the castle and stays guarding their escort, and Trish, who is helping Nero collect the items. Dante's personality in 2 doesn't need to be explained, he had a similar one in the anime but he is normal in DMC4, which means Dante can just get moody. Nero's past would be revealed either as Dante & Vergil's cousin (corny, I know) or as a failed clone of Vergil. Dante & Nero get 20 missions each, Trish, Lady, & Lucia each get an unlockable scenario with 5 missions.
DMC5: Vergil's Downfall (badum-tss) would start out when Vergil and Dante are 8, and would shed light on their mother's death. It would then show what happens to Vergil afterwards and how he becomes the way he was in DMC3. Nothing specific, but off the top of my head it would be based around a 15-16 year old Vergil fighting to free his lover, whom one of Sparda's old enemies has captured (Hell, if you want to add a big twist, it would be the same one that is trying to stop Nero in the plot for Dante's Return). The demon-lord took her into the demon world to use as a sacrifice for a ritual to undo the seal placed on him by Sparda. In the end, the ritual was successful, and his girl dies. Vergil then defeats him, but before he could kill him, the Demon seals himself back into the Demon World to save his life. Thus, Vergil becomes bitter and power-hungry, quoting himself in DMC3: "Might controls everything. Without it, you cannot protect anything." Also give it an epilogue after VMD mode, where you play as Nelo Angelo during DMC1.
DMC5: Sparda's Legacy would be about Sparda and his rebellion. The beginning would be about Sparda carrying out Mundus' orders to wipe out a town of Devil Hunters. He does so, but one woman escapes, and it is from then on, his mission to find and kill her. (The enemies for this part would be other demons who are rebelling against Mundus, but aren't really a threat). When he finds her, they fight with Sparda winning easily, but some vague romance stuff happens and they fall in love, with Sparda slowly turning against Mundus. Sparda Starts off with Force Edge, but along the way finds Yamato and Rebellion. Yamato behaves like it does in DMC3, but Rebellion's true form is shown to actually be a badass Flaming Sword, available only when in the Demon World. There would be bosses that were in previous DMC games that mentioned knowing Sparda, like Beowulf. Around the time of the final fight with Mundus, his Demonic Orb (which holds a huge amount of demonic power and is shown to be the reason of his god-status) ends up having it's own will and imbues it's power into Force Edge, giving him the sword of Sparda. blahblah, Sparda seals Mundus, blahblah seals the demon world. And no, the woman isn't Eva, because this was 2000 years ago and Eva was human. Lets say it's Lady's ancestor whom Sparda sacrificed to seal Temen-ni-gru.
I'll go into more detail if anyone wants but frankly I've posted this about 9 times already. --- I came here to chew bubblegum and kick ass, and I'm all out of bubblegum. http://www.mindistortion.tv/iwantyoursoul/?i_am=dillpickle61
I don't have any for DmC2 because I have yet to play it, but if I did I'd say it should have something to do with the demons invading the human world (Obviously) --- I came here to chew bubblegum and kick ass, and I'm all out of bubblegum. http://www.mindistortion.tv/iwantyoursoul/?i_am=dillpickle61
They would need to make a game of Devil may cry 3 multiplied by Metal Gear Solid 3 for people to begin forgiving capcom, they would need to show that they are completely devoted to making each individual game a hit like they did back in the 90's and early 2000's before they started to driving their employees to the brink of suicide with giving them too much work --- Trust no one, the minute god cr@pped out the third caveman, there was a conspiracy against one of them
They would need to make a game of Devil may cry 3 multiplied by Metal Gear Solid 3 for people to begin forgiving capcom, they would need to show that they are completely devoted to making each individual game a hit like they did back in the 90's and early 2000's before they started to driving their employees to the brink of suicide with giving them too much work
So they would need to make a boring, slow as all **** dumbed down game with terrible AI? MGS3 is terrible compared to MGS2. --- Armstrong for President
I doubt it. I haven't played MGS3 yet, but from the little I've played of MGS2, I know that it = clunkiness --- I came here to chew bubblegum and kick ass, and I'm all out of bubblegum. http://www.mindistortion.tv/iwantyoursoul/?i_am=dillpickle61