Excerpt: First off: Ghost Rider was not a bad movie. I was skeptical, too, especially after Nicholas Cage’s riveting performance in the Wicker Man (“KILLING ME WON’T BRING BACK YOUR GODDAMN HONEY!”) but it’s a fun flick that doesn’t take itself too seriously. No Batman Begins , but good.
Excerpt: “Let’s Rock, Baby.” With these three words, the world was introduced to Dante, the half-man, half-demon hero of Devil May Cry. Hosting supernatural foes, a heavy metal soundtrack and a wisecracking protagonist, this attitude-infused adventure was a welcome adrenaline shot to the PS2.
Excerpt: Everybody’s favorite demon slayer, Dante, is back in Devil May Cry 2 . With the huge success of the previous game, Devil May Cry 2 had some high expectations, but unfortunately it fails to deliver in many ways. It's a decent action game, but fans of the original are likely to be disappointed.
Excerpt: Sequels are always a dicey proposition. Developers have to create a product that captures what made the original so popular while including newer gameplay aspects and an all around bigger and more impressive package to keep from having the sequel from being considered a failure.
Pros: Two characters to play as, Large levels, Fast and furious action
Cons: Short and easier than the original, Camera isn't the best, Story is weak
Excerpt: Sequels have always been tricky to judge. In a gaming sense, they're expected to improve upon the first game of the series, and in a way, broaden the horizons of its predecessor. Now for the most part, Devil May Cry 2 utilizes the basis of the first Devil May Cry, yet adds to it a good amount of new...
Summary: My sympathies go out to all the fans out there of the series and the severe pain that must have been felt when this game was played after being so happily purchased from your local game store.