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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 ...

Devil May Cry 3 release date announced on Nintendo Switch

In the past few hours, Capcom has officially unveiled the release date of the Devil May Cry 3 port on Nintendo Switch. One of the most appreciated chapters by the public of the historic brand action will come to Nintendo ...
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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 ...
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Devil's Hunt - Review

Layopi Games is a small but certainly ambitious software house. In fact, the Warsaw-based indie studio sets goals that it would be an understatement to call "brave". Not only do they point to a level ...
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Teppen, the new card game sees Chun-Li, Dante and Mega Man challenge each other

GungHo Online Entertainment has published the new card game Teppen on the Android and iOS stores, featuring the Capcom characters.

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 ...

Devil May Cry, Capcom announced the first chapter for Nintendo Switch

Like a bolt from the blue, Capcom has announced that the first Devil May Cry will arrive this summer on Nintendo Switch.
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Capcom has modified the timeline of the Devil May Cry

Capcom, on the occasion of the fifth chapter, has reordered the timeline of Devil May Cry with a significant change of positions.

Super Rare Games announces seven new physical games for Switch

Collectors rejoice! Super Rare Games has announced seven new limited editions for Nintendo Switch that will arrive in the near future. Titles include Dandara: ...

The mayor of Boston asks Sony not to worry about ...

After Sony's announcement of not participating in PAX East, the mayor of Boston asked the company to rethink it.

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