If Ace can't do it ?! Who will ?
I wanted to know your platform of choice
I actually have an Xbox One and that’s what I played the demo on. I also have a PlayStation 4 but I got that off someone I know who gave me it for free. He told me that there could be problems with the disc tray though he wasn’t 100% sure but I always buy my games digitally anyway. The only reason I have a PS4 is for Spider-Man. Anyway, DMC 5 came out a few days before my birthday so for me it was an early birthday present. I didn’t want it on Xbox but I wanted the physical copy of the game so I chose to have it for PS4 and I play it on my fiancée’s PS4 because I wouldn’t trust my own if the disc tray is messed up.I wanted to know your platform of choice
Yeah the series started on the PS2, right? The only one in the series I didn’t play on a PlayStation was DMC 4. After that and becoming mostly an Xbox player and not owning a PS3 or anything I continued to get future DMC games for my Xbox One (DmC: Definitive Edition, DMC 4: Special Edition and DMC: HD Collection).Standard PS4.
I've always played DMC on some kind of PlayStation.
Sure doesn't annoy me, even as someone who started to play the series on PS2 and so is "supposed" to have a nostalgic sense of "DMC belongs to PlayStation".Thinking back on it, it does annoy me a little bit that the series isn't a Playstation exclusive anymore
And I agree with that, but in a world were exclusives are a thing, it does annoy me it's one less. Especially when I got so many friends who use X-Box and they're like "Oh we got this and we got that".Sure doesn't annoy me, even as someone who started to play the series on PS2 and so is "supposed" to have a nostalgic sense of "DMC belongs to PlayStation".
Exclusivity is, IMO, a tumor upon the gaming community and besides, no more exclusive means more people can buy and enjoy the game, which is good for us as gamers and fans, and for Capcom themselves.