Summary: I really enjoyed Devil May Cry 3 and 4. 3 is probably my all time favorite on ps2. I must say this isn't the Dante I loved. He moves clunkier and feels different from old devil may cry. For this same clunkiness, I didn't enjoy heavenly sword and enslaved as much as God of war or devil may cry.
Summary: If you have played all the other games, then the simplest way to put it is; Better than 2, worst than 3. Maybe slightly better than 4, but not by much. The story, well, I don't know, but this is the 3rd game explaining Dante's origin. We got it, son of Sparda, lets move on to new grounds.
Summary: If Coke II were good, anyway. DMC5 surpassed my expectations enormously, but there's a few things that hamper it from achieving greatness as both an action game and especially as a Devil May Cry game.
Summary: I bought this so I could try out the series and was disappointed with the quality of the ports the FMV sequences are still in 4:3 and look absolutely horrible. There is no update to textures and that really shows the age to the games. The audio still sounds muffled in some parts.
Summary: DmC is the reboot of the Devil May Cry series by Ninja Theory. It is intended to direct a franchise in a new direction and gain a broader audience. I had no cons about the ideas behind the revitalizing of the series & its mythos, but merely with the execution of the ideas. PRESENTATION: Very Good.