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DmC: Devil May Cry Review

Is Ninja Theory’s Dante demonically ported or angelically faithful to PC?

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Hideki Kamiya and PlatinumGames Want To Make Okami 2

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With Capcom's wonderful Zelda-alike Okami due out on PC for the first time on December 12, the game designer and director of PlatinumGames - which is made up of developers who worked on Okami - petitions Capcom to allow them to make a sequel.

Could A New Devil May Cry Game Be In The Works? Nero Voice Actor Johnny Young Bosch Remained Silent At The Question

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We haven't really heard a peep from the Devil May Cry series in a long while now. Completing its main run with Devil May Cry 4, in which Dante wasn't even the main character, we wouldn't see the same character again until Ninja Theory's dangerous reboot that, while certainly causing a major backlash, was a fantastic iteration.

Capcom UK now has "destiny and our fate in our hands," new Resident Evil "a good showcase" for going 'back-to-roots'

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Now that Capcom territories don't need everything signed off on by Capcom Japan, there's a buzz of excitement and optimism back among the various offices and studios. Capcom UK now has their "fate in our hands."

They can start making better autonomous decisions, and the new Resident Evil: Revelations 2 is the publisher entering "uncharted territory" as it goes episodic with 'appetite strong' for the full boxed version.

Capcom "had its missteps, it's learning, it's definitely trying"

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Dead Rising 3 producer Mike Jones from Capcom Vancouver has said everybody at the company is "a huge Capcom fan." They don't have any 'yeah, whatever' employees as "most people f**king love Capcom."

He admits Capcom's size makes it difficult to get "all those pieces moving in the right direction" speedily, and acknowledges mistakes but there's "a lot of big stuff" coming.

Report: Capcom's European workforce "faces redundancy" of "more than half"

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Corporate restructuring on a 'major scale' within Capcom's European division means that "more than half" of the workforce will find their positions made redundant. This follows a 'bad fiscal year' for the company.

Capcom confirmed the EU business is now "currently evaluating its structure" following in the footsteps of their US operations. Missed targets have hit hard.

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