This September Capcom is releasing a Platinum Hits Triple Pack for the Xbox 360 containing Dead Rising, Lost Planet, and Devil May Cry 4. If you’ve been holding out on buying any of the games this seems like a great deal, especially since the pack comes with a $39.99 price tag.
Yeah, 1 million times. That’s like 25,000 downloads a day. I’m one of those 1 million people. I haven’t played it yet, but that doesn’t matter. What does matter is I downloaded it, I helped. The whole press release is below:
Quick email to let you know that on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2008, Capcom’s Devil May Cry 4 demo on the Xbox LIVE service passed its one millionth download, and is still going!
According to Microsoft, not only is this the first demo of the year to hit a million downloads, but it’s also one of the fastest downloads to hit the one million mark in the history of the LIVE service. The demo appeared on the network January 24, and has been averaging over 25,000 downloads a day ever since. Additionally, the game has been a huge hit at retail, with reorders coming from major retailers within days of the game’s release.
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It didn’t hit my spam bucket Capcom, it didn’t.
That’s right, this Thursday the playable demo for Devil May Cry 4 will be downloadable through both the Playstation Store and Xbox Live. Awesome, I can’t wait to play the game. All the details are below:
Warm those broadband connections. The Devil May Cry® 4 playable demo hits both the PLAYSTATION®Store and Xbox LIVE® Marketplace this Thursday, January 24, 2008. Devil May Cry 4 has been rated M for Mature by the Entertainment Software Ratings Board (ESRB).
The demo introduces gamers to the gothic-inspired supernatural world of Devil May Cry 4, new protagonist Nero and the awesome power of his Devil Bringer. The demo consists of a sampling of sections from the full game, chosen to showcase Devil May Cry 4’s varied locales, allowing gamers to familiarize themselves with Nero’s unique abilities. Players will receive instruction on the various new actions that the Devil Bringer bestows, such as the ability to slam creatures to the ground, cover great distances in a single bound or even grab enemies while on the ground or in the air and pull them towards Nero to continue an attack combo. The Exceed system allows Nero to “rev up” his sword as if it were a motorcycle throttle and unleash devastating attacks. Players will need to master all these techniques before the end-of-demo showdown with the mighty Berial.
Fully demonstrating the power of the next generation of consoles, the Devil May Cry 4 demo brings to life the coastal city of Fortuna and its surroundings in exquisite detail, such as the port and the snow-capped mountain ranges. Devil May Cry 4 delivers its intense action at a constant 60 frames per second at 720P resolution on HD monitors, ensuring seamless and breathtaking gameplay in stunning high definition.
Capcom has official announced a playable demo for the upcoming Devil May Cry 4. The demo is set to be released early 2008 through both the Playstation Store and Xbox Live. Instead of just one single level, the demo will feature a number of different environments that will highlight many of the games play mechanics.
The official press release can be found below:
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I love this collector’s edition trend in video games. It’s like the developers are thinking “Well…if we have a collector’s edition, people will think it’s a good game…let’s throw in some art book or some crap.” Unfortunately , I buy into it every single time. I don’t care what it is, as long as the game case says “Collector’s Edition” on it somewhere, I’ll shell out that extra $10.
Devil May Cry 4, however, is a pretty big title, so I would expect a collector’s edition…February 5th can’t come soon enough. Here’s what you get: Continue reading Devil May Cry 4 Collector’s Edition Details