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A pair of new gameplay trailers for Capcom's upcoming DmC: Devil May Cry have surfaced today, offering a good look at the new visuals and style for the series' latest installment.

The most significant difference this time around is the fact that the game is not being developed in Japan by Capcom's in-house teams, but at the UK studio Ninja Theory -- known for their Eastern flair with games such as Heavenly Sword and Enslaved: Odyssey to the West -- in collaboration some of the original Japanese developers.

Watch the trailers embedded below or click the links for the direct video pages. DmC is due on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in 2012.



DmC Devil May Cry "The Fight" Gameplay Trailer


DmC Devil May Cry "Escape" Gameplay Trailer



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