Tags » Devil May Cry

Devil May Cry 5 Reveal: What to Expect, When to Expect It, & Why

Devil May Cry has often been credited as codifying the subgenre of action games that emphasize aggressive and stylish action and combos against hordes of enemies. 2,265 more words


This baby sure can pack a punch

Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition • You have acquired Eryx • 20G • 36.45% of gamers unlocked this

Ah, Xbox. I haven’t forgotten you. Tonight was essentially an opportunistic chance to tidy up ‘something’ from the library, and Devil May Cry seemed like a good opportunity to grab a meaty achievement without feeling like I was either calling-it-in or spending all night grinding. 156 more words


Dante and Vergil - The Rivalry That Would Define Rivalries

Devil May Cry is a franchise that has invented and defined the spectacle Fighter/Hack’n’Slash/Technical Fighter, whatever you may call it. DMC1 was at the time of its release a very inventive and experimental but also fun game. 5,142 more words


3 and 3: Reboots that worked and those that Didn't.

It’s no secret that once a franchise has reached a certain number of releases, it runs the risk of becoming stale.  Developers will generally make significant changes if their franchise sees a dip in sales or consumer support.  1,321 more words


Remembering Toys "R" Us, Drake Twitches Fortnite, Shadow of Tomb Raider - D-Up Gaming Podcast Ep. 9

In episode 9 of the D-Up Gaming Podcast, Gyasi and Jeff recall fond memories of Toys R Us, discuss Drake breaking the internet by streaming Fortnite with Tyler “Ninja” Blevins and the Shadow of the Tomb Raider reveal blunder. 138 more words

D-Up Gaming Podcast

Sea of Thieves is "Cursed", Spyro & DMC Trilogies, Trilogies We Want - D-Up Gaming Podcast Ep. 5

Out of focus this week… again :(

In episode 5 of the D-Up Gaming Podcast, Gyasi and Jeff discuss the “Cursed” setting on Sea of Thieves, Spyro and Devil May Cry HD remasters, other gaming trilogies we want to see remade. 139 more words

D-Up Gaming Podcast

Gaming Roundup

Since I’ve been essentially in limbo for a month or so, it has given me time to catch up on my gaming; I would still rather be at work, either in front of these keys or at my desk in my office, but it kept the brain turned on to some degree, at least. 1,224 more words

Living Conditions