well i would have liked it just the same if i just would've bought it. The chances are that i would've dismissed it as just another hack n slash like i did with games like heavenly sword and that dark-something- series i just can't remember at the moment lol. --- Devil May Cry: Apocrypha --Devil May Cry reboot prequel choose your own adventure with RPG elements. Or something-- Join the fight on a DmC-board near you!
#3Gen2000Posted 4/19/2013 2:04:14 AM
If it wasn't called DmC it would probably be in the forgotten pile with Blades of Time, NeverDead and the like. --- The Storm Is About To Rage.....
#4produnerPosted 4/19/2013 2:22:24 AM
No, it doesn't interest me. I might play It for combat.
#5Psychochild27Posted 4/19/2013 2:37:52 AM
I'd have no feelings on the matter as I would've been able to safely ignore it. I wouldn't be missing much anyway as the game has absolutely no legs past the first playthrough.
#6ScreamingMidgetPosted 4/19/2013 2:58:52 AM
No, it would have still been a sub-par platformer.
#7StepswordsmanPosted 4/19/2013 3:58:56 AM
It's just another terrible actions game, whether you do or don't pay attention to its name.
People would have liked it more that way than they do now, but only in comparison. Admit it, "Another crappy NT game that no one played" sounds better than "Awful, NT-level action game that tries to pass as DMC". --- Decline in quality due to excessive outsourcing.
#8KyryloPosted 4/19/2013 4:48:20 AM
If it wasn't called DmC it would probably be in the forgotten pile with Blades of Time, NeverDead and the like.
Leave NeverDead out of it. It's much better than DmC.
#9DuuuDe14Posted 4/19/2013 6:56:36 AM
I never would have noticed it. --- The Official Sons of Sparda of all GameFaqs boards. I shall forever be sitting in Dante's chair. Till the day he returns to us.