Dante’s Double

It’s been a few weeks since a publisher rehashed an old game from last-gen, so thank goodness for Capcom’s announcement of DmC: Definitive Edition.

DmC: Definitive Edition comes with the usual checklist of features that will make the game ever so slightly more appealing than before and ultimately, justify a new RRP. The game will run in 1080p, 60 frames per second; includes all the previously released DLC, and even features some actual new content in the form of additional game modes.

“When creating the original DmC, there were improvements that we wanted to make, but never got the chance to,” Ninja Theory’s Dominick Matthews told the PlayStation EU blog. “In DmC Definitive Edition, we’ve made those improvements.”

We enjoyed developer Ninja Theory’s controversial reboot when we reviewed it back in January of last year, though we’re still not convinced as to whether the new Dante is our demon slayer of choice.

Capcom has also teased that Devil May Cry 4 will also get another shot at gathering some more sales with a Special Edition coming in Summer 2015. The game originally released back in 2008 for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.

The game is scheduled to launch on March 17, 2015 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 and will be priced at £29.99.

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