If they continue with DmC 2, I'll look forward to the continuation of the interesting premise, art direction, style, and watching the new Dante become Dante while enjoying the more accessible but extremely fun combat.
If they go back to DMC5, I'll enjoy the challenge, depth, and setting that I enjoyed in the first and third games, the return to the macabre, and be happy for long time fans of the series.
Either way, I'll be happy. --- Last Film Watched: A Serbian Film My Thoughts: I actually enjoyed it >_> That wasn't so bad.
Whatever they choose to do, I'd like the new controls + lock-on.
The old, clumsy "hold R1 to lock-on and make your character walk slowly" is outdated as f***. There are better ways of implementing lock-on, as seen in Zone Of The Enders or Metal Gear Rising. --- There is no such thing as a "Quick Time Event done right". A game that has Quick Time Events is a "video game done wrong".