Is this harmless satire or a jab at mainstream media?
New action game DmC: Devil May Cry is set in a world where war rages between demons and angels.
Only the demons and their means of brain control in the game are suspiciously reminiscent of US cable news network Fox News and its controversial news host Bill O'Reilly.
One of the enemies in the game, Bob Barbas, is the owner of media corporation Raptor News Network and is the undisputed “King of Media”. Sound familiar?
He is initially portrayed as a devout Christian that is doing "God's work", mainly by demonising the game's protagonist, Dante, and The Order, an anarchic group of demons and angels aiming to take down Barbas and Limbo City.
Cutscenes frequently show Fox News-like news reports covering the actions of Dante and The Order, often labelling them as "terrorists" for causing havoc.
Dante eventually reaches Barbas' headquarters in Limbo City and, as the video above shows, jumps and weaves his way through what can only be described as a virtual Fox News world. Serious kudos must go out to the game's maker, Ninja Theory, for such brilliant level design.
The final battle is one for the ages: Dante battles a giant Barbas head as he jumps in and out of live news reports that skew his intentions so they appear evil.
The game offers some interesting social commentary on the current state of US politics and media, and basically labels elites as being demons.
The main antagonist and demon king Mundus is portrayed by the media as a philanthropist, but he's actually a ruthless businessman that wants to take over the world by riddling it with debt.
Check out the video above and share your comments below. Do you think it's effective satire?
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