I thought that the instant I saw it. There is a chance in the wake of all of this he finally decided to grow up and thought "I'm in my 40s. I need to quit trying to be a hipster." Whatever the case is, I don't think he'll ever be ride of the identity of "The guy who tried to self insert and become Dante." Now watch, we'll be her making fun of him and everything, and it'll turn out he has cancer or something and he shaved his head in anticipation of the kemo making it fall out or something like that. That'll be my luck.
Nah, if he had cancer (hope not) it would have been all over the internet, which is not. I think now he is trying to be a mature game maker. NT has moved on and already released a new android based game. I guess DmC is now a history just like what happened to DMC2..
After all the shooting off of his mouth he has done in the course of this games development I don't think people can take him as a "mature" individual for a long time, and I'm tempted to hold it against him forever. I won't, but he'll have to work his can off to prove he's changed after all of this crap. I mean really! I think I might need an actual public apology for some of his behavior after this whole mess. I'm trying not to be bitter, but some wounds heal slow.
I hope DmC is dead. That plot was terrible, and this whole thing is one of the worst things that hit the gaming industry in years. I mean from the viscous fighting on both sides, to the way the companies have handled the public relations, it's all been a nightmare. If Devil May Cry comes back from this, I hope it goes back to the way it was. I mean DMC2 begot DMC3 so maybe history will repeat itself in a good way on this one.