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Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition Announcement Trailer + New Details Released

Capcom has released the announcement trailer for the remaster of Devil May Cry 4. It was officially revealed towards the end of last year, but now we have more concrete details.

  • There will be five playable characters this time around; Dante, Nero, Vergil, Trish and Lady (Who will be playable for the first time in a DMC game)
  • Lady’s fighting style is all about staying at a distance, with a special emphasis on firearms
  • Trish does away with weapon switching and utilizes the Sparda sword in a variety of ways
  • The game will feature a new “Concentration” mechanic which “compliments” Vergil’s ““iaijutsu” fighting technique, allowing for stronger attacks that continue to grow in strength, the more calmly and flawlessly he fights.
  • Vergil’s ability to teleport makes for a new gameplay experience, different to that of Dante and Nero’s
  • Legendary Dark Knight Mode which wasn’t included in the PS3 version of DMC4, will make its return. Players will have to adapt their way of playing as they face off against “a tremendous number of enemies”
  • There will be a “plethora” of new costumes that are fully compatible with in-game cutscenes
  • It will be in 1080p and run at 60fps

It seems Capcom is going all out with this remaster. Instead of giving it a shiny new coat of paint and calling it a day, they’re offering new ways to play the game. I’m sure fans will be pleased. You can check out the action packed trailer below.

 

Devil May Cry: Special Edition is slated for a Summer 2015 release, on PS4, Xbox One and Steam.

Via: PlayStationBlog

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DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition’s Trophies/Achievements Hack and Slash Their Way Online

The trophies and achievements for Ninja Theory’s Dmc Devil May Cry Remaster, have been unleashed. PlayStation 4 players can earn a total of 51 trophies, while their Xbox One brethren can earn a total of 50 achievements, worth 1000 gamerscore points.

You can view them and how much they’re are worth below, thanks to PlayStationtrophies and Exophase.

Platinum Trophy – 

Collect all DmC Devil May Cry™: Definitive Edition Trophies

Time to go to work guys! –   | 10 points

Purchase Dante’s first upgrade

Come on Puppy. Let’s go! –   | 20 points

Defeat Dante’s pursuer

It’s got to stay in the family –   | 10 points

Acquire Arbiter

Thing drives me crazy –   | 10 points

Acquire Osiris

Only kind of gift worth giving –  | 10 points

Acquire the Angel Boost ability

Flock off, feather-face! –   | 10 points

Survive the encounter with the Tyrant in the church

This baby sure can pack a punch –   | 20 points

Acquire Eryx

He’s a demon too –   | 10 points 

Help Phineas retrieve his eye

You are not a Human, are you? –   | 10 points

Acquire Dante’s Devil Trigger ability

No talking! –   | 20 points

Acquire Aquila

More than just a few sparks –   | 10 points

Acquire Revenant

Whatever, Lady –   | 20 points

Defeat Mundus’ spawn

You’re not going to shoot me –   | 10 points

Acquire Kablooey

It’s time to finish this! –   | 10 points

Help Vergil open the Vault

Cleaning up his Dad’s mess –   | 20 points

Defeat Mundus

The end? Don’t bet on it –   | 20 points

Complete Dante’s story

Is there a problem? –   | 40 points

Complete all missions (on Nephilim or above) on Hardcore mode with Dante

Too easy! –   | 40 points

Complete all missions on the Son of Sparda difficulty with Dante

Devils never cry –   | 60 points

Complete all missions on the Dante Must Die difficulty with Dante

I only take special jobs –   | 10 points

Be awarded a SSS rank on 10 different missions with Dante

It’s only the rain –   | 10 points

During “Found”, kill 10 enemies using the Hurricane ride

A man with guts and honor –   | 10 points

Finish “Secret Ingredient” while killing all of the enemies during the descent

There’s still time –   | 10 points

During “The Plan”, kill all of the enemies before entering the tower

Impressive –   | 10 points

Slay 100 Demons as Dante

Bring it on! –   | 10 points

Slay 1,000 Demons as Dante

Looks like we have a winner –   | 20 points

Slay 2,500 Demons as Dante

This is my kind of rain –   | 20 points 

Spend 20,000 Red Orbs as Dante

Let’s rock, baby! –   | 20 points 

Upgrade Dante’s health to maximum

You can’t handle it –   | 20 points

Upgrade Dante’s Devil Trigger to maximum

Power… Give me more power! –   | 30 points

Purchase all of Dante’s combat upgrades

Fill your dark soul with light –   | 30 points 

Free all of the Lost Souls in Dante’s story

This party’s just getting crazy! –   | 20 points 

Complete 10 Secret Missions

One hell of a party! –   | 40 points 

Complete all of the Secret Missions

We have an uninvited guest –   | 10 points

Defeat a Wisp

You don’t belong here –   | 10 points 

Defeat an Imprisoner

Our souls are at odds brother –   | 20 points 

Complete Vergil’s downfall

Don’t speak. Just die! –   | 30 points

Complete all missions (Nephilim or above) on Hardcore mode with Vergil

I need more power! –   | 30 points

Complete Vergil’s downfall on Son of Sparda difficulty

This is the power of Sparda! –   | 50 points

Complete Vergil’s downfall on Vergil Must Die difficulty

I see a devil inside you has awakened –   | 10 points

Be awarded a SSS rank on 5 different missions with Vergil

Not very classy for someone’s dying words –   | 10 points

Kill 1000 enemies with Vergil

This may be fun! –   | 20 points

Upgrade Vergil’s health to maximum

You shall die! –   | 20 points

Upgrade Vergil’s Devil Trigger to maximum

I’ve come to retrieve my power –   | 20 points

Purchase all of Vergil’s combat upgrades

Begone! –   | 20 points 

Free all of the Lost Souls in Vergil’s story

King? Yeah, here’s your crown –   | 50 points

Reach wave 50 on Bloody Palace with Dante

What are you gonna do with all that power? –   | 50 points

Reach wave 30 on Bloody Palace with Vergil

Looks like it’s your lucky day –   | 10 points

Complete a level without taking any damage

Sensational! –   | 10 points

Gain a SSS Style Rank during combat

Stylish! –   | 10 points

Complete a mission with a SSS rank

 

Dmc Devil May Cry launches on March 10th, 2015 for PS4 and Xbox One.

Via: PlayStationTrophies and Exophase

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DmC: Definitive Edition – Vergil’s Bloody Palace Gameplay [HD 1080P/60FPS]

Vergil’s Bloody Palace Gameplay of DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition in 60fps.

Genre(s): Hack and Slash, Shoot ‘Em Up, Action
Platform(s): PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Publisher(s): Capcom
Developer(s): Ninja Theory
Release Date (NA): March 10th, 2015

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Check out these Stylish New DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition Screenshots

Capcom has released new screenshots for their upcoming remaster of Ninja Theory’s Devil May Cry title. These shots feature the game’s protagonist Dante in action, as well as his twin brother Vergil who will also be playable.

In case you missed it, Ninja Theory announced towards the end of last year, that the game would be re-released on PS4 and Xbox One — with all its DLC, a new manual lock mechanic, new modes and will run at 60 frames per second in 1080p resolution. You can check out the screens below.

DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition will release on March 17, 2015 for PS4 and Xbox One.

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DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition Release Date Pushed Forward

Originally announced with a March 17, 2015 release date, the remaster for Ninja Theory’s Devil May Cry reboot will launch one week earlier. DmC fans can now expect to get their hands on the game, on March 10. The developer made the announcement via twitter.

This is great news for fans and gamers alike. It is always good to hear a game getting pushed forward, instead of delayed.

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Rumor: Is Ninja Theory’s DMC Reboot getting the Remastered Treatment on Next-Gen Consoles?

Despite being critically well received, Ninja Theory’s DMC: Devil May Cry garnered a lot of negative feedback (Many didn’t bother playing it) from the fans and under performed greatly in sales. It seems Capcom may be giving the title another chance on PS4 and Xbox One with an Ultimate edition. This is all according to Russian retailer videoigr.net, which listed the game for pre-order on the next-gen platforms.

Apparently the retailer has a good track record of leaking games before they were officially announced. Seems it was spot on with its listing of Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag before the official reveal.

Via: Hardcore Gamer

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Project X Zone Review

Project X Zone is developed by two companies Banpresto and Monolith Soft. While both developers are Japanese companies that have a good track record for games, Monolith Soft has been working on games such as the very awesome Xenoblade Chronicles and Chrono Cross. Project X Zone is published by Namco Bandi Games, they have a long track record of publishing awesome games that have come up under their name on it such as Dark Souls, Ni No Kuni, Soulcalibur V, Ace combat: Assault Horizon, and the upcoming Super Smash Bros on Wii U as well as the Nintendo 3DS.

When told I was going to be playing Project X Zone I was super pumped. I had seen things about this game at E3 2013, still having no clue what the game was like in my own hands until I got my code for it, put it into my Nintendo 3DS XL, and booted it up for the first time. I was blown away by this game. First off this game is very Japanese, just by the way that everything is subtitled and the characters are all speaking Japanese, and the art direction also follows suit.

Project X Zone has a story following the theft of the ‘Portalstone’. The Portalstone is a stone that has been protected over the ages and Project X Zone’s plot follows detective Konoro Tenzai to locate the stone. From there the story twists and turns and I found it really hard to follow, but that wasn’t a problem because you are looking at a very long story to play through which is good. You’re going to get a lot of bang for your buck with Project X Zone, there is at least 40+ hours of game to play through.

The gameplay in Project X Zone is very awesome. Players have, on one side, a top down RPG with grid movements that is turn based with so many variations to it. Then there’s the best battle system I’ve seen in a game for a long time. When you go into attacking someone you get a 2D mixed with 3D type of fight scene reminiscent of Street Fighter. You will either be attacking solo or you will have a pair of two characters. You also will have cross-hit and support-hit where you can have nearby allies join in the fight and give you some support during fights which will inflict major damage. In each of the levels you will get the chance to play as several different characters and get items as you play that will become very handy during gameplay.

The controls end up with players usually using the circle pad and buttons on the right hand side. The d pad is rarely used and there is the option to use the bumpers (which are used here and there). Any gamer can pick this game up pretty easily, because it teaches you how to play the game with on-screen directions. When you are in battle it also shows you combos that you can use in-game, they are specific to the character you are using.

Speaking for the characters in this game there’s characters from franchises like Resident Evil, Street Fighter, Tekken, Devil May Cry, Valkyria Chronicles, Tales of Vesperia, Dead Rising, God Eater, and Mega Man. The graphics in the game are ‘pixelated’ 3D models in the RPG mode and there is really good art when you are in the fighting mode. This game is going to have a very high replay-ability. Handheld gamers will be able to come back to Project X Zone over and over again.

Final Verdict: Project X Zone is an extremely enjoyable mix between fighting and role playing from Monolith Soft and Banpresto presented by Namco Bandai Games packed full of Sega, Capcom, and Namco Bandai’s characters and earns a 9.6 out of 10 from RealGamerNewz. It’s one of the best 3DS games played to this point and one of the best games played in 2013. We recommend that if you have Nintendo 3DS, you need to pick this game up and enjoy it now.

Official Trailer:

Overall Score: 9.6 / 10

RGN Rating: Platinum Game

Available On: Nintendo 3DS

Developer: Banpresto + Monolith Soft / Publisher: Namco Bandai Games

Played On: Nintendo 3DS XL

Review Copy Info: A digital voucher for this game was provided to RealGamerNewz by the publisher for purposes of this review.

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