Check Out Wii U Exclusive Devil’s Third In These New Gameplay Clips

Well, that’s just rough.

Posted By | On 15th, Jul. 2015 Under News | Follow This Author @Pramath1605

Devil's Third

Wii U exclusive Devil’s Third, being headed by Tomonobu Itagaki, of Ninja Gaiden and Dead or Alive fame, has not had the smoothest development cycle- it was announced half a decade ago for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, in conjunction with THQ, the publisher that went bankrupt shortly afterwards. It has since lurched through development hell, gone through multiple engines, and even had questions raised as to its final release by Nintendo, the publisher that ultimately saved it.

And as you can see in these gameplay videos, all of that strain shows. It very definitely shows. Devil’s Third looks exceptionally rough in these clips, to the point that one has to wonder just how or why Nintendo is willing to put the game out in this state- what happened to their famed insistence on polish?

I guess I can still see some sparks of good ideas in there, though. Pity what happened to this game- with a smoother development cycle, I am sure this might have been something special.

Oh well. Devil’s Third launches exclusively on Wii U.

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  • Termina

    Watch out before you get this game, there are tons of bugs and framerate issues being reported. Reaserch before you guy this one guys.

  • Thecor13 .

    there is nothing wrong with this, some bits of framerate drop but not as much as this artice exaggerates, lol fail attempt to deter us from buying, and graphics are not that bad lol plus its supposed to be easy in the beginning lol new controls are hard to master, like the splatoon beta

    • Michael Norris

      I highly doubt this game will sell anything more than 100k units.

  • Awesomeguy1234

    Hmm…. Well, the developers never actually got along well(western and Japanese) so it is to be expected… If its really cheap, people may consider it. 5 dollars would be perfect. Maybe 20 dollars at the most


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