Not that he needs any promotion from us here at Cane and Rinse but because I like him – and his cat Charl – Smooth McGroove (real name Max Gleason) is the focus of this […]
I’m rather enjoying the recent downloadable Strider title that’s been put together by Double Helix in association with Capcom. It’s a slick, briskly-paced dash’n’slash ‘metroidvania’ type game that’s closer to something like Bionic Commando Rearmed […]
Life is like a hurricane, here in Duckburg Seemingly along with half the internet, I’ve had the DuckTales theme song as an earworm recently. Race cars, lasers, aeroplanes, it’s a duck blur Some consider me […]
Darren Gargette revisits the scary old mansion in Capcom‘s 2002 Gamecube remake of their survival horror classic Resident Evil. If you like these Quick Rinse videos you can find many more (and a few other […]
The skillingest member of the original Cane and Rinse crew plays the first mission of of Ninja Theory/Capcom’s DmC Devil May Cry on Hell And Hell difficulty – the hardest setting available. Xbox 360 version […]
If I were to describe the Devil May Cry series in one word, it would be, ‘inconsistent’. There are the highs, like the first game. Which while difficult to go back to now, was hugely […]
“Now you’ve really crossed the line.” The Resident Evil follow-up that metamorphosed into its own IP during development, Hideki Kamiya’s Devil May Cry arrived on the PlayStation 2 to largely rapturous acclaim in 2001. Two […]
“Stop praying. This is pathetic.” Asura’s Wrath doesn’t so much defy description as demand a lengthy one: The game, produced by CyberConnect2 (best known for the .hack and Naruto series’ as well as Solatorobo on the […]
Josh takes a look at the origin story of Dante, in Devil May Cry 3: Dante’s Awakening Special Edition (PS2 version shown).
Josh re-enters the world of action survival horror in the 2011 re-release of Capcom’s 2005 Gamecube stonker, Resident Evil 4. This Quick Rinse ties in with Cane And Rinse Podcast Issue Two.