Surprinsigly or not, I played a demo of DMC4 in a japanese store in September BEFORE it was unveiled at the Tokyo Games show in October.
It was so good(I didnt know the serie) that I bout DMC3 from the PS2
Looking forward to the release here in Japan now. Allez, off to the shops to see what's coming soon apart from GT5
Do you think you'd have to of had played the other DMC games to get the most from number 4?
Seems like this will be a big title and I never actually played any of the others on the PS2.
They're talking about a 25 minute initial install, during which they show stills and give you the background story. No loading through the game though, which is cool.Thought I'd bump this up seeing as it's not too long away. Been reading that it installs 5gb worth of data to help load times. Might get it over the 360 version if it makes it any smoother.
They're talking about a 25 minute initial install, during which they show stills and give you the background story. No loading through the game though, which is cool.
The German version of GamePro (via NeoGAF) has published its review of Devil May Cry 4 and revealed some interesting features for the PlayStation 3 - namely, achievements. Similar to the Xbox Live counterpart, you'll be able to perform certain actions and earn recognition, which can then be seen by your friends.
From what we gather, this is only for DMC4, however, and not a console-wide feature, so don't expect to start bragging about your PSN gamerscore anytime soon. The idea of PS3 achievements, rumored once to be called entitlements, were denied by Sony leading up to the console's launch.
The review also confirmed Sixaxis functionality in the form of tilting to adjust the camera, and noted a 5GB required installation before you can play the game. The 1UP podcast this week also confirmed this, saying it took 25 minutes to complete the installation process, so don't expect to play the game as soon as you get home from the store.
[Update: Upgraded emphasis on 5GB installation]
There are supposed to playable demos of this, and RE5 coming on the R1 version of Resident Evil: Extinction on Blu-Ray
not feeling to good for this game, got the new issue of opm through the post other day and in gut reaction colum, in the downward arrow is devil may cry4, saying "halfway through dmc4 it does the old switchheroo, and make you play all the same levels(and bosses!) again.do not want.", looks like capcoms idea of making game longer is change character and play game through for a second time. ive loved the dmc series, but i think this one is gonna be a rent first for me.