Ever wonder what Hideki Kamiya, director of Devil May Cry and Okami, thinks of the new western developed reboot of his beloved hack-and-shoot series? Well, as it turns out, he likes it.
When asked this question numerous times on Twitter, Kamiya replied, "I've been getting a lot of DmC tweets lately. DmC is a very unique title, and I honestly hope that people enjoy it."
"I am also happy to see all of your messages, even though the first Devil May Cry came out 12 years ago," he added. "That being said, DMC has been on its own path for a long time now and asking my opinion of things is pointless... My only opinion is that people continue to love the Devil May Cry series, both fans and its creators alike. It's yours now."
He then retweeted Twitter user @IdeologyLite who said, "Glad you feel that way. Ninja Theory is a really talented UK studio and they've treated your game with respect."
"Indeed. :)" he added to the retweet.
Kamiya's praise did not go unnoticed and DmC developer Ninja Theory feels likewise about his work. "Thank you for your kind words. We are of course huge fans of your work and can't wait to play Metal Gear Rising," the UK studio replied.
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