DmC Devil May Cry fans can be proper bitchy

Capcom just released a new developer diary video for their forthcoming action packed DmC Devil May Cry reboot. Since the game was announced there has been much murmurings from fans both negative and positive, but the latest video has them up in arms once more as the lead actor pronounces the name of the game’s hero as “Donte” – that’s Don-tey.  The hero’s Italian origin name is actually Dante, pronounced DAHN-tay. What the comments and general sentiment towards the game from fans show is that said fans are already failing the game before they have played it fully, looking for any excuse to mock and knock the game despite whether it turns out any good or not. However, in their defense, if the lead actor cannot pronounce the main characters name properly then what hope is there? Check out the video and see if its just a few nit pickers having a go or a genuine WTF moment!

Written by: Robert Cram

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  • Kamille

    Demo was shit though.

    • Huandaa

      are you kidding me? demo was better than every DMC game ever!

  • Mct

    Game is starting to get more bull shit everyday, if they wanted casuals to play this game they shouldev just said so, RIP Dante, Virgil and Devil May Cry as a whole

  • Curt

    Na, it was shit, at least that’s how I felt about it. Very boring and bland. I barely got through it I found it so lackluster. Empty environments with tired and monotone art direction (the words on the street were cool, but 95% of it was empty brick corridors. Yay fun!) and underwhelming graphics. Boring controls that bring absolutely nothing new to the franchise too.
    I’m glad, really. There’s so many great games coming out around the same time as this one, thankfully I don’t need to cash in for this hackney re-tread.