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Posts Tagged ‘Devil May Cry’
11 Apr 2012
Capcom and Ninja Theory explain why Dante’s reboot will be a solitary experience
30 Mar 2012
This weekend Ridge Racer Unbounded, Silent Hill: Downpour and Tiger Woods PGA Tour 13 mark the return of three beloved franchises, while Kinect Star Wars fulfills the fantasy of every child of the Eighties: dancing with slave bikini Princess Leia.
5 Jan 2012
Tameem Antoniades, chief creative ninja at DmC developer Ninja Theory, attempts to extinguish some of those fanboy flames surrounding the Capcom remake.
13 Sep 2011
The long undisputed king of the brawler, Capcom’s eye for subtle gameplay mechanics, memorable character design and hyper-stylised visuals remains as sharp today as it was back when Street Fighter was first released in 1987. games™ counts down Capcom’s best.
Magazine Issues
7 Jul 2011
New issue on sale now, a sleek slipcase carrying a lifesize Wii U controller as we go behind the scenes on the new technology Nintendo has in store. Elsewhere, we talk to Square Enix about Final Fantasy XIII-2′s uphill struggle, quiz Team Ninja on the return of Ryu Hayabusa and have a very interesting chat with love/hate Xbox Live Indie Games developer Silver Dollar Games…
Magazine Issues
28 Oct 2010
New issue on sale now, featuring exclusive behind-the-scenes access to LittleBigPlanet 2 where Media Molecule speaks on the delay and the trials of putting together the most versatile game in years. Elsewhere, we get to check out Resistance 3 and Rock Of Ages, while Platinum’s Atsushi Inaba talks about what the future holds for the coninually outstanding developer.
17 Sep 2010
After the relative disappointment that was GamesCom 2010, the news that’s been coming from Tokyo Game Show has been absolutely fantastic. Or crushingly disappointing, depending what announcement you’re talking about. Join us as we take a look at the best, and worst, reveals to have come from TGS thus far.
2 Sep 2010
And still the celebrations continue, as we showcase covers 61 to 80 of our 100 Greatest Games extravaganza