March 19, 2007 - Nothing seems to go Sony's way these days. One of the PlayStation 3's bigger exclusives, Devil May Cry 4, is also coming to Xbox 360 and PC. To pour salt into Sony's wounds, Capcom announced that the 360 version would release simultaneously with the PS3 edition.
"Capcom is committed to making its titles available to as wide an audience as possible, and has been building its technology base to meet that goal," said Mark Beaumont, executive vice president, officer and head of Capcom consumer software publishing in the Americas and Europe. "This announcement means that PS3, Xbox 360 and PC owners worldwide will be able to experience the latest installment of one of Capcom's pillar franchises."
Having sold more than seven million units on PlayStation 2, the DMC series is ready to tackle the next-generation of consoles. DMC4 introduces a brand new protagonist, Nero, who uses the mysterious "Devil Bringer" arm to unleash "non-stop combos."
It's unknown if Capcom will offer unique content for each platform. However, in a press release issues today, Capcom stated that "each version of the game will be maximized to take advantage of the systems' strengths."
No release date has been set for Devil May Cry 4, though the console version are expected to arrive sometime this year.
Ace Combat 6 sur Xbox 360
La sortie imminente du prochain numéro du magazine Famitsu est l'occasion pour certaines personnes bien informées de dévoiler quelques informations croustillantes sur les dernières annonces des développeurs nippons. Après Capcom avec Devil May Cry 4, ce serait au tour de Namco d'annoncer le développement sur Xbox 360 de Ace Combat 6, nouvel épisode d'une franchise jusqu'alors réservée aux consoles Sony et à la GBA.
Só falta MGS pfff nem vo mais compra ps3