This one is a little long overdue. I made the Devil May Cry 3 thread last time (3 years ago), so i’m hoping this one will live up to it. The whole point of this thread is to keep everyone informed about the game and to build up Hype for it.
Platforms: PS3 and Xbox 360
Genre: Action Adventure
Release Date: U.S. - February 5th 2008 (Out now) /Japan - January 31st 2008 (Out now)/Europe - February 8th 2008
Game Rating: Rated M for Mature.
http://www.devilmaycry.com - U.S Site
http://www.capcom.co.jp/devil4/ - Japanese Site in English (More up to date)
http://devils-lair.org/ - Excellent fan site with loads of info for Advanced players
Director - Hideaki Itsuno
Character Design - Tatsuya Yoshikawa
Level Designer - Makoto Tanaka
Producer - Hiroyuki Kobayashi
Movie Director - Yuji Shimomura
Devil May Cry 3>>>>Devil May Cry>>>>Devil May Cry - Anime>>>>Devil May Cry 4 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Devil May Cry 2
[Quote=DMC English Site]
Long ago the Dark Knight Sparda rebelled against Dark Emporer and waged a one-man war to save humanity. Thousands of years later, a religious worships this renowned savior and has taken it upon themselves to rid the world of all evil. Residing in Fortuna, this organization is known as the “Order of the Sword”, and is made up of an elite group of “Holy Knights”. One Day knight named Nero witnesses the renowned Devil Hunter, Dante, slaugther his fellow warriors. Has he turned his back on humanity? What does this encounter mean for these two individuals?
The Main Character of DMC4, voice and motion capture done by Johnny Yong Bosch. He’s the loner of the “Order of the Sword” and is often given their “dirty work”. After watching Dante kill members of the Order, he sets it upon himself to get avenge their deaths. Wields the sword Red Queen and the revolver Blue Rose. Also his right arm has transformed into the “Devil Bringer”, which allows him to perform grabs and unleash powerful slams.
The main character of the previous games (Voiced by Reuben Langdon from DMC3) takes a different role in this outing, however he’s still playable. For reasons unknown, he slaughters members of the Order. He wields the sword Rebellion and the pistols Ebony and Ivory.
Trish: Dante’s partner for Devil Never Cry. A former creation of Mundus emulating Dante’s mother appearance.
Lady: Returning from DMC3, she was a fellow Devil Hunter that helped Dante defeat Arkham.
A Supporting character. Helped raise Nero and is like a sister to him. Younger sister of Credo.
The Supreme General of the Holy Knights, the organization charged by the Order of the Sword with protecting Fortuna, earned his title with his exceptional skills with the blade. Kyrie’s older brother.
Meteorically rising to the leadership position in the Order of the Sword shortly after joining the faith, Gloria’s exotic appearance and voluptuous assets set her apart from the rest.
Cheif Alchemist for the Order of the Sword. In charge of development of anti-demonic technologies.
The Gameplay for DMC4 is very similar to the previous games. However, some changes have been made to make the game much more accessible to newcomers. As stated interviews, Hideaki Itsuno (game director) says that DMC4 with have more weapons, items, enemies, locations, music, and more cutscenes than all the previous games combined.
If any of you are worried about Nero playing EXACTLY like Dante, don’t!. Both characters are vastly different from each other. What Nero brings to the table is his Devil Bringer. Allowing him to grab enemies, toss them, and even slam them to the ground. Another element that Nero has is his ability “rev” up him sword attacks. His sword, Red Queen, has a Motorcycle handle that comes into play when the L2 button (possibly the left trigger for the 360 version) is held down. Holding it down allows the player to power up his sword attacks. However this leaves him open to enemy attacks since he is unable to attack, even with his firearms.
Dante, while not the main character, is still playable. He plays EXACTLY as he did in DMC3, though with obvious graphical updates. The style system makes a return, but it now allows players to switch styles on the fly. Which should make comboing with him a lot more interesting.
Early Teaser from 2006
GC 2007 Trailer
Dante Gameplay Trailer
TGS07 Trailer (Short Version) / High Definition TGS07 Trailer (Short Version)
Extended TGS07 Trailer (Better Quality)
Capcom Gamer’s Day Trailer (Same as extended tgs, but direct feed)
Final Trailer - 2007
JPN TV Spot 1
JPN TV Spot 2
JPN TV Spot 3
L’Arc?en?Ciel - Drink It Down (Song made for DMC4)
TGS 2006 Gameplay Montage
Battle with Frosts
Berial Boss Fight
E3 2007 Gameplay
The 1up Show Impressions
Trial Version Gameplay
TGS 2007 Gameplay (No Sound)
12 Minutes of Gameplay at TGS07
Hideaki Itsuno (Game Director) Video Interview
Makoto Tanaka (Level Designer) Video Interview
Tatsuya Yoshikawa (Character Designer) Video Interview
Hiroyuki Kobayashi (Game Producer) Interview
Nero VS Berial
Dante looking like a Badass
Nero VS Dante
Dante using Gunslinger
Nero Area Attack
Dante using "Drive"
Dante and Berial
Dante using “Fireworks” in mid-air
Dante using Gilgamesh
Lady entering "Devil Never Cry"
High res shot of Trish
High res shot of Lady
Trish eating pizza with Dante and Lady
Gilgamesh in Action
Gilgamesh kicking action
Dante using Air-Dash
Nero vs White Knight
Nero vs Mephisto
Air Grab on the White Knight
The White Knight
Expect updates when new info is released.