kyl wrote:It's such a shame that by shifting the focus from what was an intensely involving combat system to something that is more broadly accessible that Ninja Theory seem to be sacrificing what made DMC3 such a technically rich and diverse action game. The entire series has generally made efforts to accomadate experienced and not so experienced players by way of multiple difficulty levels, like Easy Automatic. By broadening the appeal of DmC it seems that NT are only going to alienate those players that made DMC the brand it is today. Which makes me sad.
All that aside, I'm sure it won't be a bad game either. I guess an 8 or a 9 in the review although a score like that wouldn't assuage my concerns unless it was written from the perspective of someone who really appreciated the depth of DMC3's combat.
BumblebeeCody wrote:Haha please dude, DmC is just as indepth. So far the community have explored the demo to death, posted combo videos and found some interesting combo tech.
Talk about what you know rather than pointlessly hating.
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