DMC

Global Total as of 14th Feb 2015 (units): 0.79m
Platform: PlayStation 3Also on: Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows, Xbox One, PlayStation 4
Developer: Ninja Theory Genre: Action

Total Units

North America: 0.23m 28.6%
+ Europe: 0.26m 32.4%
+ Japan: 0.19m 24.0%
+ Rest of the World: 0.12m 15.0%
= Global 0.79m

Release History

TitlePublisherRegionDateDistribution
DmC: Devil May Cry CapcomEurope15th January 2013Playstation Store
DmC: Devil May Cry CapcomEurope15th January 2013Retail
DmC: Devil May Cry CapcomNorth America15th January 2013Playstation Store
DmC: Devil May Cry CapcomNorth America15th January 2013Retail
DmC: Devil May Cry CapcomJapan17th January 2013Retail
DmC: Vergil's Downfall CapcomNorth America05th March 2013Playstation Store
DmC: Vergil's Downfall CapcomEurope05th March 2013Playstation Store

Game Overview

DmC: Devil May Cry is an action/adventure title developed by Ninja Theory and published by Capcom for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Windows PC. The game subsequently received an enhanced port to Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

A reboot of Capcom's popular Devil May Cry franchise, it features a younger and a more brash Dante. It takes place in Limbo City, a town where humans are secretly controlled and manipulated by demons through a soft drink known as Virility. Unbeknownst to Dante, the demons seek him out and when they find him he is through into a dimension also known as Limbo. Meanwhile, a "terrorist" organization known as The Order, fight for control of the city and Dante may just be the tool they need to win.

http://gamewise.co/games/10490/DmC-Devil-May-Cry

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Comments

fatslob-:O (6 days ago)
@A203D What more is there to prove that
DMC4 is better than DMC ? DMC4 is ON PAR
with DMC1 saleswise and DmC is the
LOWEST of the series therefore it is the
WEAKEST in the franchise ...

The
combat in DmC is awful. The combo
attacks don't connect very well, the
clunky controls just make things harder,
too many worthless weapons, no lock-on,
and it's unbalanced.

DMC4 is a
decent DMC game. The flying enemies
weren't annoying as hell in DmC, the
enemy designs ACTUALLY resemble to
demons, and it didn't try to make it a
platforming game.
A203D (6 days ago)
@fatslop. Fine, enter a thread and prove
it. Capcom collaborated with Ninja
Theory on DmC's combat, hence why the
combat ended up being the best in the
series. If you think DMC4 is a good
game, enter a thread and explain to me
why thats the case. I've been a fan of
these games since the first game, and
DMC4 is on par with DMC2 for worst game
in the series. Lying and trashing DmC
won't make DMC4 any better of a game.
the fact is the majority thought it was
weak.
fatslob-:O (on 20 February 2015)
@A203D How is it NOT a good game ? Both
reviewers AND more importantly sales
show for it ...

Capcom only became
heavily involved with the combat
mechanics AFTER the majority of the game
was already finished and it mostly
involved the aerial combat. Say whatever
you want about DmC but it doesn't
change the fact that the majority
thought it was weak ...

Trashing DMC4
won't make DmC any better of a game ...
A203D (on 18 February 2015)
@fatslob. How about you enter a thread
and tell me DMC4 is a good game. Lol.


Capcom actually designed the
gameplay mechanics, Ninja Theory
collaborated with them on those things,
hence why DmC is gameplay wise the best
game in the series. This is something
we've seen with the expert players
showing DMC4 fans how they deal with
lying Nero and Kyrie fans. DMC4 was
abysimal and insulting because of its
slow, clunky, automatic gameplay
mechanics. Blaming Ninja Theory dosen't
make the camp cowboy Dante, and it
dosen't make Nero the emo a good game.
fatslob-:O (on 04 February 2015)
Despite whatever A203D spouts about DMC4
that was actually a good game even for a
DMC game!

This on the other hand is
WEAKER than DMC2 ... It's a step
backwards compared to the previous games
in terms of enemy designs, plot (I am
not joking on this part as DMC games
don't tend to not have great stories as
it is ...), controls, platforming
mechanics, and including the combat
mechanics too! It's insulting enough
that Ninja Theory didn't get the
gameplay mechanics right but worst of
all there was no redeemable aspect
either. Case in point, you don't order
a burger without the meat ...

At
this point I'd rather see the series
retired if it means been able to keep
remembering that DMC was a good
franchise in the end. Stick a fork in it
already, Capcom ...
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