DMCV microtransactions are completely fine

Devil  May Cry V will be one of the best games ever made. All three of the previous entries, Devil May Cry 1, Devil May 3, and Devil May Cry 4 are all in my personal top five games of all time list. Only Undertale manages to top them for me, and I suspect that DMCV will be no different. The question is whether or not the game can top the original games or not.

However there has been some minor grievances that Bayonetta fans have been mentioning lately. On message boards, on gaming news sites, on YouTube videos. Everywhere the Bayonetta fanboys have been coming out in full force to try and protect their beloved waifu action star.

The latest controversy? Overblowing the now series standard microtransaction system. Despite what the Bayonetta fans have been saying, the microtransaction system has ACTUALLY been implemented since Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition. Actual fans of Devil May Cry did not at all mind the OPTION to pay real money for power ups and improved weapons. I myself used the system to aid my speed run through that particular version of the game.

Real Devil May Crys APPRECIATE the depth of the gameplay. We do not just simply mash buttons and defeat the enemies. We put a lot of thought and time into customizing Dante to play just as we want him to. A new, quicker way to make Dante more powerful so that we can stand a chance against the next Vergil fight is something that anyone who has played Devil May Cry 3 can appreciate.

 

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