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It doesn't matter If Gregaman of Capcom Unity never pointed fans in Deadly Fortune for answers or anything. The Special Edition acknowledge the events of the novel such as Vergil visiting Fortuna and the reasons. The games actually ackowledge the novel too in which he find out the background of the day Nero's arm was "injured" and changed. It might as well be semi-canon like the first novel, in which we ignore the contraditions such as how Dante obtained the devil arms and Nero being without the Red Queen and the Blue Rose. This is actually why I had the Video-Games and Novels seperated in character's biographies since video-games and video-game based novels do this and there's no confirmation on which one is the "true" canon.'
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It doesn't matter If Gregaman of Capcom Unity never pointed fans in Deadly Fortune for answers or anything. The Special Edition acknowledge the events of the novel such as Vergil visiting Fortuna and the reasons. The game (or was it the manual?) actually ackowledge the novel too in which he find out the background of the day Nero's arm was "injured" and changed. It might as well be semi-canon like the first novel, in which we ignore the contraditions such as how Dante obtained the devil arms and Nero being without the Red Queen and the Blue Rose. This is actually why I had the Video-Games and Novels seperated in character's biographies since video-games and video-game based novels do this and there's no confirmation on which one is the "true" canon.'
   
 
It cannot be "canon to itself" If the games are referencing various events of the novel itself.
 
It cannot be "canon to itself" If the games are referencing various events of the novel itself.

Latest revision as of 05:07, July 6, 2015

It doesn't matter If Gregaman of Capcom Unity never pointed fans in Deadly Fortune for answers or anything. The Special Edition acknowledge the events of the novel such as Vergil visiting Fortuna and the reasons. The game (or was it the manual?) actually ackowledge the novel too in which he find out the background of the day Nero's arm was "injured" and changed. It might as well be semi-canon like the first novel, in which we ignore the contraditions such as how Dante obtained the devil arms and Nero being without the Red Queen and the Blue Rose. This is actually why I had the Video-Games and Novels seperated in character's biographies since video-games and video-game based novels do this and there's no confirmation on which one is the "true" canon.'

It cannot be "canon to itself" If the games are referencing various events of the novel itself.

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