• DmC Devil May Cry: Dante's White Hair Unlocking Guide

    Ninja Theory's DmC Devil May Cry is out now in retail stores, fans (both veteran and new) are enjoying each and every moment of the game except for one thing, lead character Dante's new appearance.

    DmC Devil May Cry: Dante's White Hair Unlocking Guide

    But wait guys, just don't curse Ninja Theory on this, because DmC Devil May Cry development team has already provided a solution to this in the form of reward. You can unlock that classic white hair for Dante in DmC Devil Cry. Check out the below guide detailing how to unlock Dante's White Hair in DmC Devil May Cry.

    Step 1:

    • Complete DmC Devil May Cry on any difficulty

    Step 2:

    • A brand new costume (popular classice white hair of Dante) for Dante will get unlock automatically.

    Step 3:

    • To use this new Dante's costume, you need to first enable it under Skins/Perks option from the Mission Star screen at the main menu.

    Step 4:

    • Now you can see Dante wearing that classic white hair across all missions and cutscenes in DmC Devil May Cry.


  • Fans "won't be disappointed" with DmC Devil May Cry and new Dante: Capcom

    No matter you guys think about Dante's new look and upcoming DmC Devil May Cry game, Capcom has assured that fans "won't be disappointed" with DmC Devil May Cry.

    At "World of Capcom" panel at New York Comic Con 2012, Capcom's Karl Reader stated, "those of you saying 'it's not the old Dante; it's not that good anymore', you're wrong. Very very wrong."

    "You won't be disappointed," he left off. "I assure you."

    Karl Reader further went on to explained that, "This is a rebirth and re-imagination of the DmC universe,"

    "It's a completely fresh take on all things DmC; however, that doesn't mean it has none of the previous elements of the past franchise."

    "You're still going to get that aerial combat and combat chaining," he assured fans, "but at the same time we've added a ton of new stuff. The new characters, Kat, being one of them, is a member of the Order - a vigilante group who, with the help of Vergil and Dante, are trying to take down the demons."

    At NYCC 2012, Capcom also showed brand new trailer of DmC Devil May Cry featuring some brand new gameplay.

  • Devil May Cry (DmC) Box Art revealed, Pre-order bonus details from Amazon also out

    Capcom has revealed the official box art of Ninja Theory's DmC "Devil May Cry" reboot. The game is schedule to arrive on January 15 for PS3 and Xbox 360.

    DmC Devil May CryThe publisher also revealed Amazon exclusive pre-order bonus. Gamers who pre-order Devil May Cry will get exclusive bone weapons and character perk.

    Transform Dante's shotgun, scythe and axe into precision crafted bone and strike fear into the hearts of the demon world! You’ll also receive access to the orb harvester – allowing you to collect hoards of extra red orbs to upgrade your weapons and combos, as well as purchase items.

    So what are you waiting for Pre-order Devil May Cry from Amazon NOW. Check out the official box art below.

    Devil May Cry Xbox 360 Box Art Devil May Cry PS3 Box Art

  • SuperBot explains why new Dante was included in Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale

    Recently at GamesCom 2012, Sony revealed four new characters for Playstation All Stars Battle Royale, out of which one was Dante (new version), and this drew huge criticism from fans as to why new version of Dante was selected instead on his original look.

    Daniel Maniago, the Community Manager of SuperBot Entertainment has responded to fans criticism with the following statement:

    "We understand that different people have their own favorite version of Dante. However, once players sit down and try him out they will realize that he’s simply a blast to play!"

    He further went on to explained how new Dante will play in PS All Stars Battle Royale:

    "Dante is one of the more technical characters in the game and uses a special cancel system to perform combos. Players can alter their attack string mid-combo depending on the situation; for example, you can cancel into a parry to stop an incoming attack, dash out of the way of harm, or transition into a powerful ender for maximum AP gain. You won’t be disappointed when you try him out!"

    Are you happy with the selection of new Dante instead of original one in Playstation All Stars Battle Royale?. Let us know your views in the comment section below.

  • "I don't care if DmC sells a thousand units or two million" says Dev

    The development team (Ninja Theory) behind Devil May Cry game titled as DmC just got one thing from fans of the franchise and it is "HATE". Fans stated that the upcoming DmC gane is going too drastically different.

    Devil May CryRecently PSM3 asked Tameem Antoniades for his byte on a comment made by fan who said upcoming DmC won't sell well. To this, Tameem Antoniades replied, "Usually the worst creative crimes are made when you're trying to make a game for someone else - some perceived demographic that, in all likelihood, doesn't actually exist."

    Tameem further added that the only way to develop a successful game is to make a game that developers want to play themselves.

    "So from that point of view I don't care if it sells a thousand units or two million units."

    The above statement clearly implies that they are developing game for themselves and not for the loyal DmC franchise fans, well in my opinion its really a BAD and BOLD move.

    What you guys have to say on this, let us know your views in the comment section below.

  • Ten Best Video Game Characters of All Time

    There are thousands of characters associated with video games. Many are memorable. Many stay with us long after we finish playing the game. Some are the main characters, others the antagonists, NPC’s or companions to go a-questing with. But a very few stand out from crowd. There are a handful of video game character than can be dubbed the best video game characters of all time. Here’s a look, in no particular order, at some of the greatest, most unforgettable characters ever to appear in games.

    Dante – Devil May Cry


    When I say Dante I mean the real Dante, not the Twightlight edition Dante from the last Devil May Cry game. Dante from PS2 days was everything you were looking for in a half demon hero. Giant sword, awesome, able to take on slews of bad guys in a single blow. And he didn’t look like a sparkly vampire or misunderstood goth teen.

    Samus Aran – Metroid

    Samus Aran

    Samus also makes the top of the list when it comes to awesome video game characters. But like with Dante I’m not talking about the wishy washy, overly girly Samus from the newest Metroid titles. I’m talking about the awesome, destruction creating Samus from the early days of Metriod. You know, the ones where you didn’t know the character was a girl until she took off her suit. Yeah, now that was an awesome woman.

    Kratos – God of War


    He may not be the nicest guy. Okay, scratch that. Kratos has little to no regard for human life and will go to any lengths to kill someone that he views as his enemy with no regard to their status as mortal, immortal or anything in between. But we love him anyway because he’s our cold, devil may care, murdering Spartan.

    Mario – Mario/Donkey Kong


    Mario is a true testament to time, first being seen in the original Donkey Kong, back when he wasn’t even named. Since then Mario has proved he’s a real trooper, rescuing that darn princess over and over, visiting outer space, winning car races and pretty much every other thing you can think of. But the real reason Mario has stuck around this long is because every gamer has a soft spot for this trusted, loyal friend.

    Ezio – Assassin’s Creed


    Anyone who can dive off the top of a sky scraper like church steeple into a tiny pile of hay and manage not to get killed has a vote in my book. This light footed assassin has no trouble scaling builings, hiding, blending in with crowds and making sure that his enemies are killed as silently as possible.

    Gordon Freeman – Half Life

    Gordon Freeman

    This gun totting geek is everyone’s hero. Half Life doesn’t give us the macho gunslinger but Gordon Freeman, a nerd with the degrees to prove it thrust into a situation where he must take up arms. Gordon’s a real guy players can relate to. Even though he’s been featured in many fewer games that characters like Link or Mario, but he’s become an icon in the gaming world nonetheless.

    Link – Legend of Zelda


    Sure, Link may not have that much to say, but that doesn’t mean that he isn’t one of the best video game characters the world has to offer. Always defeating evil and saving Zelda, he is the loyalist of loyal swordsmen you could find.

    Solid Snake – Metal Gear

    Solid Snake

    Snake is just about the coolest secret agent you’ll find. We’ve seen him age and grow into a better and cooler spy game by game. Sniping, sabotage, hiding in air ducts, nothing stops Snake from getting his guy – or out of a sticky situation. His best move? Hiding under a plain old cardboard box – where does he get them from? – and sneaking slowly across a room.

    Cloud Strife – Final Fantasy VII


    All the Final Fantasy games have a stellar cast, but FFVII was a particularly good game with a particularly good cast. Cloud Strife, however, takes the cake. He may be the epitome of an RPG character, but Cloud Strife did it right. Giant sword, layered storyline, featured in many other games. Yup, he’s our Final Fantasy hero all right.

    GLaDOS - Portal


    One of the best characters in video game history isn’t even flesh and blood at all. GLaDOS entertained for hours with her tendencies to lie and growing psychosis. The crazy device with artificial intelligence will ever remain one of the best video game characters of all time.

    So there you have it, ten of the best characters ever to grace the wonderful world of gaming. If you don’t recognize a name or a game, get out there and fix it pronto! These great characters and their respective games and franchises aren’t the kind of games that you want to let slip through your fingers.

  • DmC extended TGS trailer features old Dante

    Capcom has released an extended TGS trailer of Ninja Theory's Devil May Cry reboot. The extended TGS trailer begins with little existential philosophy, and then quickly shifts to new look Dante fighting each and every kinds of demos using his weapons (including dual handguns Ebony & Ivory.)

    Devil May Cry screenshot

    The trailer also feature glimpse of Devil Trigger mode, where an old look Dante makes a appearance. No launch date yet, but it has been confirmed that DmC will launch on PS3 and Xbox 360.

    Watch the trailer below.

  • Platinum Games: We are still ready to develop Ninja Theory's DmC

    Platinum Games designer, Hideki Kamiya said on Twitter that the studio is still ready to take over development work for the upcoming Devil May Cry title from Heavenly Sword creator Ninja Theory, but only if Capcom wishes them to do so.

    Dante in DmC

    On his personal Twitter account, Kamiya first replied to a fan's concern of Ninja Theory handling the development work of the game.

    Kamiya was asked: " We, your DMC fans, ask you…PLEASE COME BACK AND FIX THIS PROBLEM!"
    To this the renowned designer replied: "Ask Capcom".

    When Kamiya was asked, "If Capcom came and asked you and platinum to do DMC, would Platinum management go for it?", to this he replied, " Sure. We’re ready."

    Guys, do you want Platinum Games to take over the development work for Devil May Cry from Ninja Theory?, let us know your views as a comment to this post.

    Watch the latest trailer for the game, HERE.