yeah one f**king game that ake me lose my sleep was shit crazy difficult on normal(dont remember if it was easy or normal. its the default level in the game) level....... fought with Agni and rudra a zillion times on Normal level and was not able to drain even tenth of their health...then i meekly learnt my lesson, changed level to very easy and died another zillion times to complete the game... SHIT CRAZY DIFFICULT DAMN!
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O snap. Just when we thought the whole Devil May Cry 4 exclusivity turnabout would be over, apparently, it could potentially be just the beginning. Turns out that DMC4 is just one of the three titles that Microsoft was aiming to bring on over to the 360. In his dreisechzig.net blog, MS Germany product manager Boris Schneider-Johne had posted a revealing post which sparked debates far and wide. Because we don't want any room for misinterpretation, we will replicate his blog post word-for-word here. It's ultimately your decision how you will regard this bit of info:
One down, two to go - 20. Mar. 2007 um 13:57 - Kategorien Xbox 360
1. Devil May Cry 2. Final Fantasy 3. Metal Gear Solid
You can check our Via link below to double check for yourself. So, does this mean they're going to bring FFXIII and MGS 4: Guns of the Patriots over? Before you some of you guys start exclaiming "all your Game are belong to us" statements, don't be too quick to judge. Schneider-Johne had updated his blog post due to lots of flammatory feedback across the interwebs. Here's his addendum, read it, and read it well:
((Yes, this is just a personal checklist of franchises that I and plenty of others would like to see on Xbox 360. In no way, shape or form is that an announcement list, an internal Microsoft shopping list, a "I know more than you do" list or something like that. Somebody in an english-language forum called this "a gloating employee" and he maybe is right. And I've seen suggestions that Grand Theft Auto and Tekken should be on this list too - so your mileage will inevitably vary.))
Got it? His "shopping list" does not confirm anything. In fact, we're not even sure if this counts as a rumor because there isn't really any sound basis for any form of open-ended speculation - he declared and stamped his foot down quite clearly already: in no way, shape, or form is it an announcement. We did tag it under "Opinions and Analysis" though. Because that's the brunt of the matter here.
If anything, this is not much different from Hironobu Sakaguchi expressing his interest in bringing Final Fantasy over to the 360. We'd also like to add that Hideo Kojima himself even expressed his own thoughts of bringing MGS to the Wii. See? Developers do it all the time. Expressing one's interest in other consoles is normal. And just because someone is interested on something doesn't make that something automatically happen.
After denying rumors of a cross-platform port, Capcom finally announced that Devil May Cry 4 will be hitting the Xbox 360. PS3 diehards freaked and whipped up a bat-shit insane petition protesting the publisher's decision. To pacify the pissed, Capcom's Christian Svensson has this to say:
We are certainly moved that people are so passionate about our products that they would go to such extremes. At the same time we feel that allowing more people access to our content pleases far more people than it displeases (after all, we're not denying DMC 4 to anyone that was already going to get it). It really is the best decision for the company and for consumers.
That makes way too much rational sense for any fanboy to understand.
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