Well they did say it was meant to be the final chapter of the Sons of Sparda story. Which some people interpret as, it's meant to be the last game. I personally just interpret that as Dante and Vergil's final chapter.Something else that bothered me was the inward nature of the story. Rather than breathing new life into the franchise, 5 felt like it was trying to be the grand finale. I doesn't feel like there's anywhere for the story to go now. :bored:
Hence why I think if DMC6 is ever made, Nero should be the sole protagonist, with maybe some new characters for the support cast. I know some still don't agree, and even I would have thought so before. But I really feel like Nero came into his own in DMC5, and deserves at-least one more game (That way, 4.5, and 6 could be Nero's trilogy. Plus we still need to know who his mother is).
Also, to be honest, I find Dante and Vergil trapped in hell fighting demons together ( while on good terms with eachother, and having a more friendly rivalry), a bittersweet......yet oddly satisfying conclusion to their arcs. Maybe that's just me though
You mean the series chronologically? Yeah, 3's the first in the timeline.By the way, when was the start? 3?