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RUMOR: Devil May Cry V Reveal At E3 2018. Unreal Engine 4. Might be PS4/PC only.

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Airaku said:

Definitely play Resident Evil 7. It's fantastic. As for your point with your console argument. Perhaps it's just me being a huge Capcom fans for years, but had this debate took place even half a decade ago. I don't feel like there would be much of a debate to being with as it was something that was brought up in consistent manner in many online gaming communities back in the day. Especially in the 6th gen Capcom's exclusives were pretty much always above their multiplat games.  This also tended to be true for gen 7. Here in now with Gen 8 their exclusives aren't so hot, but asides from Resident Evil 7 and Resident Evil Revelations 2.... how many games of a high caliber quality did they release? Multiplat or not. I would argue that the answer is not very many. Some will even debate Revelations 2 because the game was on a tight budget, but for what it was. Storywise and what not, it's one of the best Resident Evil games in my opinion. It mixed up the older atmospheres with the newer style of gameplay and created a very intense and even emotional story, despite it being more targeted to the more die hard Resident Evil fans. I mean it does reference older plot points from RE5, RE1, RE2, CVX, rev 1 along  with easter eggs and jokes from all those. Resident Evil 7 on the other hand has a much broader appeal for standing on its own and having more subtle connections to the overall RE universe. It's still very much connected as much as people like to deny it. Some of the documents you find may even tie into a mysterious element of RE2, but some of the details leaves room for speculation.

Getting back on track. What I'm trying to say is that Generation 8 hasn't exactly been the hottest for Capcom. I'm not entirely sure mentioning games like SFV, or DR3 is substantial material when the overall quality of their games, multiplat or not... has been below the average quality fans expect from Capcom. So far we have 2 that has had great reception from either the fans or critics alike. I really can't think of anything other than those two that isn't ported from a past generation. Speaking of which, another initial exclusive I forgot to mention is Okami. Shame on me for forgetting that one.

I didn't mean to disagree entirely with your premise. There's a valid argument to put when one says that exclusive games for one console have better chances of getting better optimizations, and for sure, some of Capcom's best games are also the ones that started as exclusive ones, such as the Ace Attorney saga or the Resident Evil REmake. I'm just saying Capcom's greatest isn't limited to exclusive games, and sometimes they're able to pull amazing gems while designing for a multiplatform release; so while it's true that Capcom's quality has taken a big hit in the eight gen, and they don't seem to properly get out of the hole they're in, the possibility of DMC5 being amazing is there regardless of it being exclusive or multiplatform.

And I absolutely loved Revelations 2. Mostly because of the Barry fanservice, but it was long, fresh, it had quite a lot of interesting and challenging sections and a shit ton of extra content to enjoy. Certainly a great game despite its shortcoming.



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cool and all if true but a new Onimusha or gtfo capcom



As a fan of the original Devil May Cry game and DmC, I really didn't want to see DMC4 continue for many reasons. However good luck to Capcom with the project, I hope they find the success they're looking for. After DMC4 I walked away from the series, yet I came back for DmC, which was way better than the previous games, bar DMC1 of course. It was about on par with that game. If Capcom can make it work this time, good luck to them. I however will not be going anywhere near this until I see that Capcom have returned to the series roots rather than continue with DMC4.



A203D said:
As a fan of the original Devil May Cry game and DmC, I really didn't want to see DMC4 continue for many reasons. However good luck to Capcom with the project, I hope they find the success they're looking for. After DMC4 I walked away from the series, yet I came back for DmC, which was way better than the previous games, bar DMC1 of course. It was about on par with that game. If Capcom can make it work this time, good luck to them. I however will not be going anywhere near this until I see that Capcom have returned to the series roots rather than continue with DMC4.

DmC was great.

But Nero man... my favorite character with Vergil so I want to DMC V.



Baddman said:
cool and all if true but a new Onimusha or gtfo capcom

it's not onimusha but ghost of tsushima from sucker punch could fit this role



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As someone who has heard a lot of DMC fans woahs and rants ... it's very odd to me how many people in this thread think DmC was great and think the series betrayed DMC1 or got worse after it...

From what I've heard, and again I've never played them but, I've always gotten the idea it was DMC3 that most fans loved the most, with 4 being a "missed" opportunity that could have been the best DMC game.



ZODIARKrebirth said:
Baddman said:
cool and all if true but a new Onimusha or gtfo capcom

it's not onimusha but ghost of tsushima from sucker punch could fit this role

I thought NIOH was that game but it turned out to be another souls clone. Good game but not onimusha. 



Airaku said:

Though if I were to give a more serious opinion on the matter; I personally find find that Capcom is always at it's best when it fully optimizes one platform. 

 

Yeah, if you thought Devil May Cry 2 was an actual good game l0l.

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According to ResetEra user Son Of Sparda, who posted the leak, the game is not utilizing the MT Framework engine. So most likely it’s being built on Unreal 4.



AngryLittleAlchemist said:
As someone who has heard a lot of DMC fans woahs and rants ... it's very odd to me how many people in this thread think DmC was great and think the series betrayed DMC1 or got worse after it...

From what I've heard, and again I've never played them but, I've always gotten the idea it was DMC3 that most fans loved the most, with 4 being a "missed" opportunity that could have been the best DMC game.

 

DMC3 indeed was the best one.

 

I still liked DMC4 despite them trying to reboot the series interest with a new protagonist.


DMC2 still worst and I think DmC was okay.



    

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