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‘Devil May Cry’ Sequel Defended By Game Creator Hideki Kamiya

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Bayonetta developer Hideki Kamiya recently came to the defense of the new Devil May Cry in a handful of posts on Twitter.

Since Kamiya directed the very first entry in the Devil May Cry series back in 2001, fans of the series have been extremely interested in what he has to say on the subject. According to Kotaku, the developer finally addressed the game after numerous inquiries from his followers.

Although he was instrumental in bringing the original project to life, many fans have wondered what he thought about the latest addition to the popular franchise. Much to everyone’s surprise, Kamiya addressed DmC: Devil May Cry in a series of recent tweets.

The game developed explained:

“I’ve been getting a lot of DmC tweets lately. DmC is a very unique title, and I honestly hope that people enjoy it. I am also happy to see all of your messages, even though the first Devil May Cry came out 12 years ago. That being said, DMC has been on its own path for a long time now and asking my opinion of things is pointless. My only opinion is that people continue to love the Devil May Cry series, both fans and its creators alike.”

According to MTV News, posing questions to Hideki Kamiya can be risky business. Since the developer isn’t above trashing talking just about anyone who makes contact with him on Twitter, many were surprised when he addressed DmC in a straightforward manner.

Sometimes Kamiya’s responses can be a little intimidating. When one fan asked him for a recommendation, the Devil May Cry creator’s answer was pretty simple: “Ask your mom.”

DmC: Devil May Cry was released for Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 on January 15. The console versions of the game currently sport a Metacritic score of 86. The PC version of the game is slated for January 10.

Are you a fan of Hideki Kamiya? What do you think about his comments regarding the new Devil May Cry?

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2 Responses to “‘Devil May Cry’ Sequel Defended By Game Creator Hideki Kamiya”

  1. Joel Shoultz

    Very misleading title.
    He never defended it besides saying it's "unique" and that the series has been going it's own path for a while now.