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BrawlMan

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Wait... does this also explain why I never saw my older brother play DMC...
Like I mentioned way back, my older brother and I were on and off with the series back then. Him even more so. He's only ever completed DMC4, and that's about it. Every time he tried starting a new game, would get bored and play something else.
 

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Like I mentioned way back, my older brother and I were on and off with the series back then. Him even more so. He's only ever completed DMC4, and that's about it. Every time he tried starting a new game, would get bored and play something else.
If I remember correctly, my brother was more of a completionist that time.

But he surely wasn't too patient with dying :D
(And he hated it when his 7yo little sister, aka me, kept guiding him with stuff like "Try not to die next time"... yea that's useful advice, thanks sis :ROFL:)
 

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Lol no he thought it was just a shooter, didn't like slash elements
I know it was 2001 and everything, but you think he would read an article/review, or look at some gameplay clips that are posted on different websites at the time. Hell, go to the main website itself at the time. Even my brother and I knew we were dealing with a hack and slash game.
 

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In 2001 he was 25 and a casual gamer, magazines and reviews werent his method of choosing games

The box art was, and it showed guns lol
 
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