People were dealt quite a blow at the end of April 2019. Matt Walker, one of the Devil May Cry 5 producers, said that development on the game ended. While data mining had hinted at another playable character, his statements meant things were done. No Lady, Trish, or Vergil for people who were hoping they would come to the game. (At least fans always have the Bloody Palace.) So, while gamers mourn and come to terms with that, lets celebrate a game that, well, actually did give us all three of those people as playable characters. Lets talk about Devil May Cry 4.
Freedom in video games is something that we take for granted, albeit what good is that freedom if it isn’t interesting. You can only admire salt plains for so long, you can only take notice of lush trees so many times. People make a land interesting, people make a nation what it is. That’s an idea that Far Cry 5 is building on for its release next year, as Ubisoft’s premier shooting and survival experience expands massively in a new narrative direction.
Fans of Corpse Party will be delighted to hear Xseed plans to make a Corpse Party game available for Nintendo 3DS owners. The game will include never-before seen content outside of Japan and will cost an affordable $29.99 US. People who are unable to wait for its summer 2016 release can pick up its PC [...]