Vergil made the most sense out of the pantheon of past Dm C games.We’re re-telling Dante’s origin, and we’ve changed some stuff in the canon, including Vergil’s relationship with Dante.Now, more than seven years later, do those once cutting-edge visuals still make the grade on newer hardware and have any new issues appeared in the transition?Given Capcom's somewhat spotty remaster track record, we tackled this latest release with some trepidation.Each system has its own advantages and compromises, with the PS3 favouring texture detail and general image quality while higher-quality visual effects in combination with more stable performance are present on Xbox 360.But how much of an impact does this have on the overall quality of the experience?“We’ve been working on this for a couple of years, and we were at Ninja Theory about a week out of the month.
First, some back story – Dm C actually had a remastered edition of sorts with the PC version, handled by QLOC.
We're halfway through Capcom's 'Year of the Remaster' - Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition is the third of five revisitations of older titles due this year, with Resident Evil Zero and the Mega Man Legacy Collection still to come.
As one of the earlier games created using Capcom's MT Framework engine, the original DMC4 was quite a looker back in early 2008.
m C: Devil May Cry will go down as one of the most criminally under-appreciated hack and slash titles of all time, mostly due to the backlash surrounding Dante’s new look (the momentum of which spawned a petition that actually made it all the way to the friggin’ ).
This didn’t sully the critical acclaim the game received, though sales were less than amazing.