Take a shinier look at DmC: Definitive Edition’s new polish

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There’s a new version of the 2013 action masterpiece DmC: Devil May Cry coming out on console, which features all kinds of polish and rather terrific new visuals. Or to be more precise, PC graphics on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Still, I’m kind of impressed with what Ninja Theory has cooked up.

Announced last year, DmC: Definitive Edition packs in the original game, all the DLC and a ton of new modes running at that sweet spot of 60 fps and at 1080 of your favourite peas. It’s a download only game, at a rather high price as the PC gamers are keen to tell you. And I kind of agree with them.

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I am however, completely blinded by my unabashedly biased love for the game, and not even an entire warehouse of Dante fobbing off a silver wig can convince me to not love the work that Ninja Theory produced a couple of years back. It’s out in March. And a little later in the year, so is a remaster of Devil May Cry 4. I NEED MORE REMASTER POWER

Last Updated: January 13, 2015

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