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What Happened to Devil May Cry’s Dante?

Posted July 7, 2011 by Taylor Stein in Editorials
Fans of Capcom’s action packed, button mashing series Devil May Cry might be a tad perturbed to see the son of a Sparda looking more like a high school emo kid than the badass demon we know and love. I’m all for a fresh haircut and new outfit but have u seen him?  He doesn’t even have his trademark silver hair. That’s where I draw the line.
For this installment of the series Capcom will be taking a backseat and giving the development rights to Ninja Theory who were responsible for games such as Heavenly Sword and Enslaved. This may explain Dante’s unnecessary makeover but at least key Capcom staff will be overseeing the project. Hedeki Itsuno in particular, who has worked on every other DmC title, will be there to supervise the task.
I don’t know what to think about Dante’s radically new appearance but luckily I did see his silver hair make an appearance in the latest E3 trailer. The video showcased a new power in Dante’s repertoire that bears a striking resemblance to the “Witch Time” mechanic from Bayonetta. Whether this new skill will replace his Devil Trigger demon mode or be another addition to his kickassness is unknown. It certainly is an interesting addendum to the series. Check out the 2011 E3 footage for DmC.
Is it me or did the town Dante was in remind you of Inception? Just a random thought. Do you think Capcom and Ninja Theory will be able to pull off the latest in the Devil May Cry series despite obvious stylistic differences?

About the Author

Taylor Stein

As an avid gamer and passionate writer, Taylor created Gaming Precision to share her infatuation with others while providing video game insight from a female perspective.

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