Devil may Cry 5 - I've played it, and interviewed the Producer...

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  1. warcrow

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    DmC Devil may Cry - I've played it, and interviewed the Producer...

    Just wanted to let you guys know I played DmC last Friday, and also conducted an interview with Associate Producer Gregory Lewickyj.

    Here is one of my favorite parts of the interview:


    Also, gameplay impressions:

    Got any questions? Shoot and I'll do my best. Full impressions and interview can found over here: http://eat-games.tumblr.com
     
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    So even though the frame rate is cut in half, the game still felt similar?

    Awesome if true. Will read this on my ride home from work, thanks!
     
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    Ha, careful there man. Don't want you to get in an accident. :O

    For what it's worth, it was a smooth 30+ frames (unconfirmed), and played great.
     
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    lol I ride the bus home :razz:
     
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    oh lol ok good! :)
     
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    Devil may Cry 5 hasn't been announced yet.

    This game is called DmC (dunno what the acronym stands for). It's a different game.

    It's a different game I tell you!!! :evil:
     
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    True, and changed.
     
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