Lars Registered User regular. Yeah, those are the actual lyrics. Anyways, we're less than 12 hours from the release of the first new Devil May Cry game in over a decade. The game is full of references to past games, development history, and even some to the manga and anime. It apparently is able to stand alone if you haven't experienced those things, however. There is also a video you can launch from the main menu telling you about the past stories. A prequel novel was released, but only in Japan.
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I was at Blockbuster. My family had a monthly pass, so I could rent a certain number of games for as long as I wanted. Once I was done, I could take them back and get new ones. But one game I always wanted to play was Devil May Cry 2. It was a combination of cool box art, an awesome back of the box, and sheer ignorance. But no matter how many times I asked my mother, she always said no. Maybe it was because the game was rated M; maybe it was because it was because of the subject matter my parents were fairly religious. Whatever the reason, no matter how many times I asked, I was never allowed to rent it.
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You can help confirm this entry by contributing facts, media, and other evidence of notability and mutation. After the trailer, the Devil May Cry fandom made jokes and videos about the lyric. During the trailer, the song "Nero's Theme" by Ali Edwards played shown below, right. One of the lyrics in the song is "Bang bang, pull my devil trigger," which led to the song being called "Pull my devil trigger" by fans. The day after the trailer aired, the lyric was joked about in the Devil May Cry fandom. The following day, Redditor OnCominStorm  posted an Annoyed Bird exploitable with the phrase, gaining over points shown below, right. That day, YouTube user MDKcde posted a video pairing the comic with the song, gaining over 7, views shown below, left.