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A lot of concern and speculation has been circling the Ninja Theory development of Capcom's beloved Devil May Cry franchise.

Clearly palmed to a Western dev for a more palatable sales experience for the series, Capcom's decision to give Ninja Theory the greenlight might have initially been perceived as sacrilege, but it's turned out to be anything but.

Their handling of the game's combat and attitude -- arguably two of the namesake's biggest stand-out features, has been with stylish applause and Dave "ko-zee-ii" Kozicki couldn't be happier with what he was handed to review.

For more on his reboot verdict, click here.



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