The action game “Devil May Cry 5” was incredibly good ratings. Keiichiro Urata, CEO of Capcom USA, has commented on the success.
A few years ago, the Japanese game maker Capcom had difficulties with the satisfaction of its own fan base. Games such as “Resident Evil 6”, “DmC – Devil May Cry”, “Lost Planet 3”, “Street Fighter x Tekken” or even “Street Fighter 5” could not convince players and critics alike of their qualities.
However, over the past two years, Capcom has gradually regained its prominence by releasing high-quality games that have highlighted the company’s old strengths. “Resident Evil 7: biohazard”, “Monster Hunter World”, “Street Fighter 5: Arcade Edition” and most recently also “Resident Evil 2” have become critically acclaimed favorites.
One of the best games of the year
During the course of yesterday, the test scores for the tomorrow-appearing action game “Devil May Cry 5” were published. In Opencritic, the latest adventure around Dante, Nero and V achieved a score of 88 points in 103 reviews and came in third behind “Resident Evil 2” (92) and the indie hit “Slay the Spire” (91) the best rated games of this calendar year.
Capcom Producer Matt Walker has posted a short video via Twitter in which Kiichiro Urata, CEO of Capcom USA, commented on the ratings for “Devil May Cry 5”. Urata said with great joy: “Capcom is back!”
Urata responds to the trend that has emerged in recent years: Capcom returns to its old strength and regularly brings some of the best games of the calendar year on the market. Thus, fans of the game manufacturer can hope that the company will maintain this upward trend and continue to publish games with a high quality in the future. Finally, many “Resident Evil” and “Monster Hunter” adventures and possibly a new “Dragon’s Dogma” are waiting for the fans.
A message from Capcom USA CEO Urata-san: pic.twitter.com/pf9oXaqKZy— Matt Walker (@gypsyOtoko) March 6, 2019