The lights are on
It's that wonderful time of the year when video game companies get into the holiday spirit and – what the heck is going here?!
Oh, Capcom. Not only have you managed to create what may be the world's first Not Safe For Work holiday card, but you actually sent it out to all the people you work with. You can view the card in full in the gallery below and print a copy for your own place of business – just don't blame us if your company has stricter holiday card rules than the video game industry does.
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I like it.
Holiday cards aren't supposed to turn me on.
Always a fan of some blasphemy.
So what's wrong here? And that artwork is beyond months old. Why is this even an article?
Call me a Devil May Cry purist or whatever, but this is just tasteless. Dante didn't have to pull stunts like this to be "cool". This whole abomination of a game reminds me of the "Affliction" clothing brand; Lets be edgy as possible, and when it's too much, go even edgier.. This isn't art, its just a stupid painting. Will not be buying this game.
I LOVE this.
guess ya gotta do something to get your name back out there when your games arent. CRAPCOM!
Tis the season of giving... but that doesn't mean go crazy with your gifts!
I've said it before and I'll say it again: This image (which is also the main menu for the game, at least in the demo) is embarassing. Worse when you consider that Dante looks like the co-founder of Ninja Theory.