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Ryosuke Yoshida Is Leaving Capcom

Ryosuke Yoshida, who most recently did game design for Devil May Cry 5 and lead combat design for Monster Hunter XX, has announced he is leaving Capcom for China’s NetEase Games Sakura Studio, where he’ll work as a Senior Game Designer on next-gen games. Yoshida joined Capcom in 2009.

Devil May Cry 2 Is Out On The Switch So Here’s The Deal

Devil May Cry 2 Is Out On The Switch So Here’s The Deal

Devil May Cry games kick arse. The stylish and over-the-top antics of demon hunter Dante and his cohorts helped define the action game genre. This year’s Devil May Cry 5 made everything sleeker, sexier and energetic. Dante’s had great games over the years, but there’s one game that doesn’t shine….