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Episode 269:

Devil May Cry

00:00 / 01:04

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I'm taking another bite out of the backlog this week and covering the winner of our PS2 themed Patreon poll: Devil May Cry. The camera in this game almost made ME cry, but when it was working, it was pretty fun!

I'm traditionally not a big hack and slash fan, and I played DMC 3 years ago and thought it was "meh", so I didn't know what to expect from the original game. I respect its impact on the genre, and I love seeing what was almost Resident Evil 4, but the camera and repetitive nature of the game kept me from falling in love.

Also, Dante is a douche.

My pal Miklos swung by the show this week to talk crying devils. And despite the fact that he played this game twenty years ago and I played it last week, we had a lot of the same opinions when it came to the good and bad of Devil May Cry. This episode is an emotional rollercoaster.

And before we get trapped by a stupid fucking camera, I deliver another edition of the Infamous Intro!

This week, someone asks if I think Nintendo will start over AGAIN when it comes to retro games on their new console. Are there any "under the radar" games I'm looking forward to? And what am I gonna play first - Spider-Man 2 or Super Mario Wonder??

Plus we play another round of 'Play One, Remake One, Erase One', too! This one stars the 3 PS2 games that lost to DMC on our PS2 Patreon Poll: Tony Hawk Underground, Katamari Damacy, and Need For Speed Underground.

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