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A game mechanic is not the same as a DLC overpowered weapon.
Oh, yeah I forgot my gamers law bible... That's article 7.11b right?
But he's right, the fox blade is a dlc weapon that not everybody owns. Wigs are the equivalent to the bandana and stealth camo in previous games so those don't count either. If you were talking about spamming Jack the Ripper mode then you may have had something there, but you didn't. You used an item that is almost the equivalent of a God Mode cheat code.
"They sowed their fate when they took this job.... I'm just the reaper" - Raiden
LOL DmC has some major balance problems with game mechanics and weapons, and, not only arbiter and demon dodge.
Enemies in MGR can easily one-shot you at higher difficulties and you need to be extremely fast and precise when you dodge and parry in MGR, even if you were using wigs or overpowered fox blade, you will get owned if you're not skillful enough.
MGR does have some overpowered moves and blade mode cancelling makes things easier just like jump canceling, but still you need skill and tactics in MGR.
Last gen, companies really had to put just about everything they had into making a game. They didn't have the crutch of depending on online services so they could release patches everytime a bug or glitch showed up. DLC wasn't around so they could gyp us out of content that should have been in on Day muthaf***in' One. They actually HAD to spend time on their product.