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Devil May Cry

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Overall 9

DmC Devil May Cry

3 February 2014
  • Excerpt: Prima facie, DmC Devil May Cry seems like a rather risky reboot. The franchise possesses a deep legacy guarded overzealously by a legion of hardcore fans. However, this doesn't stop the reboot from making massive changes not only to the canon, but to the very essence of the franchise itself. The end result, I believe, is a competent hack-and-slash game that serves as a fitting reimagining of the series.
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Overall 9

Devil May Cry HD Collection

2 September 2013
  • Summary: Sliding across the bar room floor, gun in hand, pizza in mouth, shouting “WOOHOO!” Yes, this is the Dante I remember. Before Ninja Theory attempt to recreate one of the PlayStation 2's most influential franchises, Capcom is giving us one more glimpse at a series that stands in stark contrast to recent game design trends.
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Overall 8

Devil May Cry HD Collection PS3 Review

Console Obsession
9 August 2013
  • Excerpt: Devil May Cry might well have began life as Resident Evil 4, but was so far removed from the series roots that Capcom instead opted to transform the game into a new IP altogether that was all about making the hybrid hero Dante look stylish whilst beating up demon scum. Like Resident Evil before it, the game ushered in a new genre (albeit a sub genre) which is still fighting fit today, so it’s certainly more than deserving of a HD upgrade to celebrate the series.
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Overall 5
Looks 4

Devil May Cry

25 April 2013
  • Excerpt: I've had a rather love-hate relationship with the hack-and-slash series Devil May Cry over the years. The first of its demon-slaughtering instalments served as my introduction to this oft-sidelined genre and, even though my scores were never anything to write home about, I managed to both complete and thoroughly enjoy it. Unfortunately, the next instalment I encountered (number three) was a different story entirely.
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Overall 6

DmC: Devil May Cry: Vergil's Downfall Review

PlayStation Universe
13 March 2013
  • Summary: Vergil's Downfall, while unable to reach it's full potential, isn't terrible. Vergil's unique combat mechanics are fun and engaging, but everything else just feels too lazily slapped together to ignore.
  • Pros: Playing as Vergil feels and looks great, Interestingly dark plot does a good job of making this feel like a prequel (and homage to DMC3), Offers a single memorable boss fight
  • Cons: Frequent low-severity bugs, typos and glitches detract from overall experience, 2D animated cut-scenes fail to impress, Feels artificially lengthened, and doesn't offer much replay value
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Overall 8
Gameplay 8
Funfactor 8

DmC Devil May Cry - Vergil's Downfall (DLC)

Digital Chumps
11 March 2013
  • Conclusion: Vergil's Downfall is worth playing through if you enjoyed DmC at all, and you could do a lot worse with $9.
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Overall 8
Graphics 8
Sound 8
Control 8
Addiction 9

DmC Devil may Cry: Vergil’s Downfall Review

Cheat Code Central
5 March 2013
Overall 9

Yeah, The Devil Should Probably Just Go Ahead And Cry

17 February 2013
  • Conclusion: The strongest aspect of the game isn't the gameplay, it's all about the presentation, level design and art direction. That doesn't mean DmC isn't fun to play, just that sometimes the gameplay can't match the production values. Worth playing!
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Overall 8

DmC: Devil May Cry Review

14 February 2013
  • Summary: DmC reboots the franchise with a needed story-heavy slasher.
  • Pros: Fleshed-out story, Solid humor, The grooves of combat
  • Cons: Light challenge
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Review: DmC: Devil May Cry (Sony PlayStation 3)

Diehard GameFAN
1 February 2013
  • Summary: I’m not going to lie, DmC: Devil May Cry feels like a much different game than all of the ones that came before it. The characters and story, despite sharing similarities, are all new. On the other hand, the world is far more interesting this time around, though the characters require a bit of incubation time before they start to grow on you.
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