Summary: the controls on this game are all but useless, it has an option for a xbox 360 controller? but if i wanted one of those i would have bought it for an xbox360. my logitech rumble pad 2 won't work right with it? and you need about 20 fingers if your gonna play it with the keyboard and mouse! graphics are good but with such horrible controls i couldn't stand to play it for more than 10 minutes!
Summary: I really wish this game had trophy support, but that doesn't stop it from being an entertaining game with a lot to offer. The classic beat-em-up action is too addictive and will appeal to the likes of Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 and God of War fans. It doesn't have much replay value once you beat it, but attempting to do the secret missions can be kind of tricky sometimes, as well as the additional difficulty levels.
Summary: If you are familiar with the previous Devil May Cry games this will be nothing new to you. That is a part of the problem. On top of the lack of original that the franchise desperately needs this game also feels dated with fixed camera angles and long load times. If you haven't picked it up already I would tell to just the let this one pass since there are far better action games on the market right now.
Summary: I've received this game yesterday and decided to try playing it.But unfortunately my comp.dosn't have NVIDIA GeForce 6600 in it,well,and that's why i was unable to play.You need to make sure you got powerfull computer to play this game.Basically that's all i wanted to say.Thanks for reading!
Summary: The title says it all which is good and bad. The combat system is essentially the same as DMC 3 but tweaked, ok the whole game is essentially the same as DMC 3 except for graphics which do not disappoint. Really that is a double edged sword, DMC vets like myself may be a little disappointed by the same old style but newcomers may love it.
Summary: Devil May Cry 4 is a game of contradictions. For every instance where the developer improved the DMC formula there is an opposing area where things have remained untouched since the original game dating back to 2001. I'll begin with what players will likely notice first about DMC 4 - the graphics; simply put they are gorgeous. Throughout the game the player will be treated to an assortment of environments from urban to jungle and even arctic.
Summary: While there is no stopping dedicated fans from getting the DMC4 Collector's Edition, it is not the best limited edition box I've purchased and I don't recommend buying this one. All you really get is five music tracks and four anime episodes. Yeah it is a nice box but I think Capcom could have done a lot better. Behind the scenes/making of DMC4? Nope. Extra in-game content? Nope. Kind of a ripoff? Yeah pretty much.
Summary: First i am huge fan of the series, so naturally when the CE edition was offered i did not hesitate to buy it, the case of game is great i loved it but the bonus DVD,my oh my i was really disappointed with it the soundtrack, only five tracks? the game had alot of music tracks and they offered the CE at a premium price for only five tracks.
Summary: This game fell short of a lot of expectations to many dmc lovers. This game was just simply too easy and short in length. The only fun thing to do in this game was the action. Especially the devil bringer of Nero. However, the action could not make up for the poor and excessively repetative story line.