Devil May Cry 4 News
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United Cutlery, your worldwide source for replica weapons, is casting a replica of Red Queen, Nero's sword from Devil May Cry 4. That's a picture of the weapon above. As you can see, your own personal Red Queen is meticulously, slavishly copied from the game's sword, right down to the whacked out throttle and brake on the handle. According to...
DC Comics and Capcom are teaming up to bring you comics based on popular game franchises Devil May Cry and Resident Evil! “Capcom is thrilled to be partnering with DC,” said Germaine Gioia, Senior Vice President of Licensing for Capcom Entertainment, Inc. in a statement “Comics are a critical component in Capcom’s...
More news from Capcom Gamer's Day, as the release of Devil May Cry 4 for February has been confirmed. This means you'll be able to while away the hours of the long Winter while playing the next installment of the very successful franchise. This time, however, you will be able to play as Dante, and as a new character, by the name of Nero. Won't...
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