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Devil May Cry 5: already sold over 2 million copies

Devil May Cry 5 has already sold more than 2 million copies in just 2 weeks

Devil May Cry 5 - Review

The resurgence of Capcom continues incessantly, the times of the much criticized Resident Evil 6 and DmC: Devil May Cry (the reboot) seem increasingly distant. This 2019 has definitely started with a bang for the company, ...

Devil May Cry 5: huge sales success

Devil May Cry 5 is currently the second most successful game from Capcom in terms of PC sales, managing to surpass the highly anticipated Resident Evil 2 remake. The ranking is ...

Devil May Cry 5, the PlayStation 4 version is censored?

A graphical comparison between the PS4 version and the Xbox One / PC version of Devil May Cry 5 highlights a censorship in the game for the Sony console.

Devil May Cry 5 pirated from day one on PC

Devil May Cry 5 has been released for a few hours and, despite the short time, it has already been cracked in its PC version. Apparently, some users have found an executable file without ...

Capcom opens Devil May Cry 5 on Nintendo Switch?

The long awaited Devil May Cry 5, the franchise's new entry available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One, was released by Capcom today. The title as we know was not ...

Resident Evil is Capcom's most successful franchise

The Resident Evil videogame franchise is approaching an incredible milestone in Capcom's revenues. According to the website of the Resetera website, the Resident Evil brand has grossed a total ...

Here comes a curious crossover event between PUBG Mobile and Resident Evil 2

The latest update of PUBG Mobile is online and brings with it the crossover event with the title of Capcom Resident Evil 2.

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