DmC vs DMC4 Breakdown and Review. Part 3

It’s finally time to compare these games head to head. I’ve made it no secret that I prefer DMC4 over DmC, but when I put them side by side hopefully you’ll see why.

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DmC vs DMC4 Breakdown and Review. Part 2

I should have played DMC4 before DmC in this retrospective. The games control so very different that it’s jarring to go from one back to the other. I was so used to the pulls and dodges of DmC that it took me much longer to re-acclimate to DMC4’s traditional controls than I’d like to admit.

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DmC vs DMC4 Breakdown and Review. Part 1

In light of the rumors of a DmC HD remake swirling about, I thought it would be a good time to review and compare the last game of the original series, and this reboot. Since this will get out of hand and become a massive wall of text, I’m going to divide it up into three parts. One for each game, and a final part to compare. There will be some spoilers, but nothing you wouldn’t see coming from a mile away.

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Square-Enix sacrifices sales with Rise of the Tomb Raider timed exclusivity.

Square Enix recently announced Rise of the Tomb Raider, the sequel to the 2013 Tomb Raider reboot, as a timed exclusive to the XB1. Clearly Microsoft shilled out a lot of cash for this timed exclusivity. Beyond just a check, SE is probably benefiting from aid in production or advertising as well. In the end though, it may cost them more than they would have made with a typical multiplatform release.

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