Moving on to some news relating to DmC, Capcom has come out and supported Ninja Theory through their statement ‘Ninja Theory has been amazing’. Alex Jones the producer of Capcom US said this,
“These guys have been amazing”, Jones explained. “Like most developers would had three or four random guys from Japan arrivesuddenly and begin teaching them about how to do stuff, and it might not have gone as well.
Jones went on and said that Ninja theory have around 30 years of expertise that they have brought to the table and that the team consists of highly-skilled individuals.
Undoubtedly, we believe, looking at how DmC has been shaping up. In connection with improvement VG 24/7’s Stace Herman tried the first 10 of the 20 levels of the game. Playing on medium difficulty level he died only on one occasion. Well that may ring alarm bells for DMC fans but in our opinion Ninja Theory has reduced the difficulty to allow more accessibility for aficionados and other gamers as well. Previous DMC games were a mortification on players plus there is the Hard difficulty level still left to be tested. In general the impression left was excellent although Ninja Theory might just be focusing on starting gamers more, rather than skilled players. However experienced players can get their money’s worth by playing multiple play-throughs.
Another review is up at The Sun which you can take a glance at from here. By the way Ninja Theory has warned users regarding game analyses coming outprior to the game’s release. It appears disappointed players are putting up bogus analyses to devalue DmC. Although the review created by The Sun looks legit.
You may also watch an unpacking demo of the DmC here.
Just 2 more days before the game gets released until this time you can run the video once more or look into our article on DmC again. The game is shaping up to be fairly decent and Ninja Theory seem to have done a good job . The upcoming write-up about DmC from us will be a analysis of the game so catch up in a few days for the best DmC review on the internet.