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Ninja Theory thanks raters and haters alike ahead of DmC: De

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Ninja Theory thanks raters and haters alike ahead of DmC: De

Postby fracturedrich » 11 Jan 2013, 19:05

Lttle birds would be right,it froze for a second here and there at the start,but a install seems to have that sorted.Ive only played the first part, and even though you have only got one or two moves ime enjoying myself immensely.I have got it on the hardest difficulty that you can put it on at first and something called a hunter is kicking my arse all over the place.I cant really comment much more until ive played more of it,but i like it so far and i will be surprised if the reviews are negative.
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Postby OXM ETboy » 11 Jan 2013, 19:07

Ah, good stuff. Wait till you unlock jump-mounts and the grapples - they let you stay in the air more or less indefinitely, providing there are enemies to wail on :)
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Re: Ninja Theory thanks raters and haters alike ahead of DmC

Postby Ciaran Hillock » 13 Jan 2013, 22:24

And when this is released, hardcore fans of Devil May Cry weep.
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