Whatever, it's Devil May Cry. It's like arguing over KOTOR or KotOR - it's the same friggin' thing.
Sorry, I guess I should reiterate - when I see "D" "m" and "C" in a row, I immediately assume Devil May Cry when it's on a gaming forum. I typically specify if I mean the reboot or the original, and thus the capitalization aspect of it doesn't matter to me. Given that there's a new Devil May Cry game coming out tomorrow, I assume any references to "DMC," "DmC," or "dmc" are all about this newer reboot, unless it specifies otherwise.
So, to me, it's like arguing over KOTOR or KotOR. They stand for the same words, and reference the same thing. It's like when I see topics about "Tomb Raider," and can fairly easily discern the difference in usage between the new Tomb Raider named "Tomb Raider," or the original one, named "Tomb Raider."
People use "DmC" to refer to the reboot because that's its actual name, DmC: Devil May Cry. You're free to use either as long as you specify. This game draws a lot of flames and adding more feul will just make it worse.
So when COD gets 9 and 10 its paid off but when a game you likes gets 9 and 10 its a fair review. Please explain.
I have never assumed any game's reviews are bought. Resorting to the conspiracy fallacy is the worst way to make an argument.
I doubt most of them are paid off. But that doesn't mean that the companies won't steer the scores with threatening to not let them cover their games and whatnot. Remember, if these sites don't have access to previews and events, they have nothing to write about and are out of a job.
Soul of the lost withdrawn from its vessel, let strength be granted so the world might be mended. PSN - Makohazard