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Devil May Cry 5 has reached 2.7 million copies sold in all ...

In the past few hours Capcom has announced that Devil May Cry 5 has reached the threshold of 2.7 million units sold all over the globe, thus allowing the historic brand action to exceed ...

The Game Awards 2019, let's discover the list of winners

The prestigious awards of the 2019 Game Awards have just ended and, as every year, Geoff Kneighley, the owner of the event that announced the various winners, presented the event. TO...
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Capcom plans to return some old IPs

Capcom is doing well in the last period, with games like Monster Hunter: World, Resident Evil 2 (remake) and Devil May Cry 5. It seems that Capcom is having a great time lately and this success ...

Hideaki Itsuno was about to leave Capcom at the time of Devil May Cry 3

Devil May Cry is a well-known series, whether you are a fan or not, due to the style of his fights and characters. For all this, we have to thank Hideaki Itsuno. Recently we learned that ...

Capcom with its RE Engine is already ready for the next gen

Capcom talked about its RE Engine, declaring that it already has many titles in development and that it is ready for the next gen.

Capcom - Record of profits for the Japanese company

Capcom has released the consolidated results for the fiscal year ending in March 2019. A second year of record profits emerges thanks to sales of Devil May Cry 5, Resident Evil 2, Monster Hunter and others. Now...

Bloody Palace mode is officially available on Devil May Cry 5

In the past few hours Capcom has officially released the long awaited free update for Devil May Cry 5 which introduces the Bloody Palace mode also in this fifth chapter of the brand. If you are tired of ...

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 ...

Want to be like Dante of Devil May Cry 5? Set aside 7000 euro ...

Devil May Cry 5 is one of the most anticipated games, especially by fans of the saga that did not particularly appreciate DMC. Probably Capcom knows this well and that's why he announced the Ultra Limited ...

Capcom promises at least three great games every year

In these hours, Capcom has published the annual financial report in which various interesting information emerged, including the desire to publish at least three triple A games per year. Of these games, of course, they would fall ...
Devil May Cry V

Here are another fourteen minutes of Devil May Cry V gameplay

A week ago, Capcom had shown Devil May Cry V at the Tokyo Game Show 2018 with a twenty-one minute demo, complete with a boss fight included. Also at the TGS, IGN registered ...

Devil May Cry 5 will have microtransactions

Devil May Cry 5 was shown recently in a closed-door demo at the Tokyo Games Show. Inside the demo was presented the mechanics of the Divinity Statue, which works as a merchant ...

Animal Crossing: an Xbox controller helps a player

In 2018 Microsoft released a particular version of its Xbox One controller to meet the needs of the public with motor disabilities ....

Mario Kart Tour, Yoshi Tour announced

Little is missing at the end of the Hammer Bro Tour on Mario Kart Tour, and Nintendo has already anticipated on Twitter what will be the next destination of the ...

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