Day: October 16, 2020
Devil May Cry was released back in 2001. That was 19 years go. What started out as the original incarnation of Resident Evil 4 morphed into its own franchise that was just recently revived with its fifth entry.
Inspired by the poem Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri, Devil May Cry stood out with its gothic aesthetics and grotesque demon enemies. The main protagonist, Dante, was also stylish and cool, and the game’s mechanics made sure players could achieve the same level of style outside of cutscenes.
To achieve this, the game employed a combo-heavy battle system that was similar to
Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit is out today, meaning Switch players all over the world are now busy setting up their very own Mario Kart race tracks in their living rooms. Should things take a bit of a wrong turn, however, Nintendo’s got your back.
As you’ll know if you’ve read our Mario Kart Live review, the software and Mario RC car use cardboard gates as checkpoints for your custom circuits. Just like Nintendo’s Labo range, it’s sturdy stuff, but we’re sure there’ll be plenty of accidents involving kart crashes, children falling on them, and cats deciding to bite