Devil May Cry & Dragon’s Dogma Director, Hideaki Itsuno, Visits Bokeh Game Studio; 30 Minutes, English Subtitled

Bokeh Game Studio recently published a roughly 30-minute YouTube video where the director of Capcom’s Devil May Cry and Dragon’s Dogma series, Hideaki Itsuno, visited the studio to discuss various matters regarding gaming. It’s an engaging, casual conversation that those familiar with Itsuno’s work should check out.

The creator of Resident Evil, Shinji Mikami, and Shuhei Yoshida, have previously visited this studio as well.

You can view the fully English subtitled Hideaki Itsuno conversation below:

Dragon’s Dogma 2 was recently announced.

Devil May Cry V has sold over six million units worldwide.

In case you missed it, check out our review of Devil May Cry 5, where we give it a perfect score based on its smooth controls and stylish game design.

We also reviewed Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition on PlayStation 5 when it was initially released.

Devil May Cry 5 returns players to the action as Dante, Nero, and V fight to keep the demonic threat at bay. The three characters each have their own flashy fighting style where they can juggle enemies and unleash extended combos that the series is known for.

Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition uses the proprietary RE Engine, which has been enhanced to take advantage of more powerful hardware. In addition, this version of the game will feature ray tracing technology and enhance 3D audio and new modes, Turbo Mode and Legendary Dark Knight Mode. With Vergil now playable, players will play through Red Grave City and utilize his unique skillset.

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