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Hey, you guys, let’s leave Hideki Kamiya alone for a bit, OK? He doesn’t want to answer questions about the upcoming DmC: Devil May Cry reboot, and we’re apparently starting to really piss him off.

Although Kamiya has a lot of ties with Capcom, having provided groundbreaking work on franchises like Resident EvilOkami, and Viewtiful Joe.

However, he doesn’t have anything to do with the Ninja Theory reboot of Devil May Cry, and he’s taking to re-posting the following message on Twitter to anyone harassing him about it:

Kamiya, who’s currently working on Bayonetta 2 as a supervisor, is considered one of the gaming industry’s most outspoken developers. It’s pretty obvious to see why.

Notably, DmC: Devil May Cry has been under a huge amount of scrutiny, with fans generally lambasting Capcom over the updated character designs and altered timeline of the series. Although most of the game was finished this summer, DmC has been delayed to January 2013 for more tweaks and fine-tuning.

Source: Twitter

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Hideki Kamiya Wants You To Stop Asking About Devil May Cry Reboot

Hey, you guys, let's leave Hideki Kamiya alone for a bit, OK? He doesn't want to answer questions about the upcoming DmC: Devil May Cry reboot, and we're apparently starting to really piss him off.

By EGM Staff | 10/2/2012 06:25 PM PT

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Hey, you guys, let’s leave Hideki Kamiya alone for a bit, OK? He doesn’t want to answer questions about the upcoming DmC: Devil May Cry reboot, and we’re apparently starting to really piss him off.

Although Kamiya has a lot of ties with Capcom, having provided groundbreaking work on franchises like Resident EvilOkami, and Viewtiful Joe.

However, he doesn’t have anything to do with the Ninja Theory reboot of Devil May Cry, and he’s taking to re-posting the following message on Twitter to anyone harassing him about it:

Kamiya, who’s currently working on Bayonetta 2 as a supervisor, is considered one of the gaming industry’s most outspoken developers. It’s pretty obvious to see why.

Notably, DmC: Devil May Cry has been under a huge amount of scrutiny, with fans generally lambasting Capcom over the updated character designs and altered timeline of the series. Although most of the game was finished this summer, DmC has been delayed to January 2013 for more tweaks and fine-tuning.

Source: Twitter

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