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What’s going on you guys? My name is RBG, and we are back with more coverage on Devil May Cry 5. This is something that I had been meaning to cover since last week but I sorta got sidetracked by other news that I felt was more mandatory to talk. Now that things have calmed down I’m gonna briefly give my thoughts on a particular interview. But before I get into the jist of this discussion I’m proud to announce that I am now an Amazon Associate/Affilliate. This platform allows me to promote certain items that I think will peak your interests. And 1 of the main items I think you’ll be interested in is this Devil May Graphics Art book titled “3142.” Those specific numbers represent the actual chronology the games are set in. And it’s packed with tons of art designs, un-used concepts, and exclusive interviews from the devs and artist. I also have links for other DMC related media that’ll get you caught up to speed on the story before the newest game comes out. The links will be in the description and pinned in the comments so check em out if you’re interested. But getting back on track I came across an interesting article that might come off a little controversial. And it’s related to Ninja Theory’s DmC Devil May Cry reboot. This is something that has been brought up profusely for better or worst. And for whatever reason DMC5’s lead developer seems to have a deep infatuation with that particular title. In one of my earlier video I talked about how Hideaki Itsuno was heavily inspired by DmC Devil May Cry. Giving it praise for it’s stylish gameplay and going so far as to say it’s his favorite Devil May Cry game to date. And this opinion had a lot of fans divided since Itsuna said things prior that eluded to him dissing the reboot. Like we saw him saying “DMC” is back after the new game was revealed at E3.


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