miguelnuva wrote:Before I start I'm not trying start an argument
but you say that new Dante has the standards that make Dante, Dante when he doesn't. To me they have changed Dante just as much as Gino to Godzilla.
I appreciate you telling you're not trying start anything. But next time be more careful when throwing around declarative statements. The simple fact is that I have yet to say something within this thread that is hypocritical. Nothing I've said contradicts any of my formers statements.
I'm not trying somehow insult your standards for this character. But based on what I can tell, not much has changed. This isn't some character of classic literature who has decades of being intertwined within the culture. This a character who is honestly not all that old, and can be changed. Now you may disagree with me on that, and that's fine, but no matter whether you disagree with me or not we need to remember that this a reboot of a series. Thus granting them creative freedom within the universe they've been given access to. Capcom has given Team Ninja free-reign to do as the please with this franchise. If your mad about this decision take it up with Capcom, not Team Ninja.
The difference between this Dante and GINO is that unlike GINO, Dante still retain the core characteristics that make up Dante. They incorporate his iconography, image, and basic background (as far as we can tell). Everything subjective is still intact. As for how the more personal geniune characteristics have changed is as of yet undetermined. And if you still disagree with me, wait until the game comes out before you mark this Dante as an unfaithful rehash of the original. Then at least we can all fairly justify what this game does right or wrong.