If Devil May Cry 5 had been made and concluded the story of the series...

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User Info: Zora_Prince

Zora_Prince
3 years ago#1
...would you have been as upset by this reboot? Even a little bit less upset? At least the series you loved got an ending.
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User Info: ScreamingMidget

ScreamingMidget
3 years ago#2
Yes, because DmC is still a crap game.

User Info: Raycon

Raycon
3 years ago#3
My issue was not so much the game received an overhaul (always felt DMC as a whole was a bit unfocused and could have benefitted from a reboot that told a more cohesive tale while maintaining a setting and characters in-line with the previous games), but the terrible direction they took it (subjective, admittedly). The main character was as far removed from likeable as humanly (ha) possible, and what characters weren't awful were either boring or just utterly uninteresting. Not to mention the sheer level of angst hardwired into the "fight the system" plot was a bit overwhelming.

I can't say for sure whether I would hate it any less, but I wouldn't like it any more.
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ZeroX91
3 years ago#4
If it filled all plot holes and tied up all loose threads? Nope I wouldn't even feel the need to bother with this "spinoff".
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Zora_Prince
3 years ago#5
Had to log out to see who I'm blocking in this topic....Screaming Midget...Yep, definitely not changing that anytime soon.
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CirOnn
3 years ago#6
Zora_Prince posted...
Had to log out to see who I'm blocking in this topic....Screaming Midget...Yep, definitely not changing that anytime soon.


Sorry, but I laughed and I needed to say I did.

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Zora_Prince
3 years ago#7
Raycon posted...
My issue was not so much the game received an overhaul (always felt DMC as a whole was a bit unfocused and could have benefitted from a reboot that told a more cohesive tale while maintaining a setting and characters in-line with the previous games), but the terrible direction they took it (subjective, admittedly). The main character was as far removed from likeable as humanly (ha) possible, and what characters weren't awful were either boring or just utterly uninteresting. Not to mention the sheer level of angst hardwired into the "fight the system" plot was a bit overwhelming.

I can't say for sure whether I would hate it any less, but I wouldn't like it any more.


See, I think it's tragic that the whole situation had to be this way. I'd love to see more of this universe. I'd love to see this story develop. The world is interesting. The concept is interesting. The combat, while not classic DmC, is a solid combat system with great platforming and environments. The game has soul, and more soul than most games.

I'd like both DMC5 and DmC2.
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User Info: CykloneTiger

CykloneTiger
3 years ago#8
Zora_Prince posted...
...would you have been as upset by this reboot? Even a little bit less upset? At least the series you loved got an ending.


Not upset at all. As long as the various loose ends were all tied up and everything, I would've been satisfied. A reboot at that point would've sparked some interest, but knowing what I know now about DmC, I would've been like, "meh".
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User Info: IAmMC2

IAmMC2
3 years ago#9
Zora_Prince posted...
Raycon posted...
My issue was not so much the game received an overhaul (always felt DMC as a whole was a bit unfocused and could have benefitted from a reboot that told a more cohesive tale while maintaining a setting and characters in-line with the previous games), but the terrible direction they took it (subjective, admittedly). The main character was as far removed from likeable as humanly (ha) possible, and what characters weren't awful were either boring or just utterly uninteresting. Not to mention the sheer level of angst hardwired into the "fight the system" plot was a bit overwhelming.

I can't say for sure whether I would hate it any less, but I wouldn't like it any more.


See, I think it's tragic that the whole situation had to be this way. I'd love to see more of this universe. I'd love to see this story develop. The world is interesting. The concept is interesting. The combat, while not classic DmC, is a solid combat system with great platforming and environments. The game has soul, and more soul than most games.

I'd like both DMC5 and DmC2.


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User Info: NostalgiaRules

NostalgiaRules
3 years ago#10
Not to sound rude or anything, but if a proper DMC 5 had been created and properly concluded, and then DmC had been made, I wouldn't have paid attention to it.
Newer isn't always better.
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