Summary: This game is a visual tour de force, it's amazing, it's heartpounding, it's intense... This is basically the highlight of the Devil May Cry franchise. If you like great hack n slash games this will be right up your alley.
A return to form as good as the 1st one maybe better!
27 May 2009
Summary: The Special Edition of Devil May Cry 3 is easier to complete then the original version as Capcom had to many gamers say they found it to hard. Myself be a gamer for over 20 years was able to complete both versions and I must say, that I found a game called Maximo by Capcom as well to be harder. Anyway alongside the 1st Devil May Cry game, God Of War 1 & 2, Resident Evil 4 and Onimusha 3 this is one of the best action adventure games money can buy for the PS2.
Summary: The game's awesome, great and challenging. I love playing the game most of the time. Especially since it lets you play Vergil too along with our all time favourite Dante. The only cons of this game that I experienced is that sometimes it takes the mick and if you're a short-tempered person, believe me you'll either end up shrieking your lungs out to the world, make your fingers become frail and sore or most likely break your controller (like me - I had to buy a new one...
Demons, guns and oversized swords.... you just can't go wrong
Tmiller "man_man", amazon.co.uk
5 June 2007
Summary: This game has to be the most kickass game on PS2, well thats what i think anyway. You play as Dante, how is half human, half demon and has enough cheesy one-liners to shake a stick at. This special edition is mostly the same as the normal version, but has some cool extras, like 'bloody place'. This is a litte extra away from the main story in which, in each level you fight a differnt wave of demons n' stuff, but there is 9999 levels to it.
Summary: The first big thing about this remake is that you get to play as Vergil. Dante's slightly less friendly brother. And in all honesty playing as him is... a big let down. With only 3 swords 1 style and 1 'gun' Vergil is pretty boring. Other new features include a survival mode where you have to fight through 9999 waves of monsters.
Summary: Capcom no when to create a good game, like dead rising or lost planet or even resident evil 4, so you know what your getting with devil may cry, the third in the series: devil may cry 3 thunders onto the PS2 in tremending arcade style fashion. Arcade style/third person is greatly mixed, with fast paced action, and tremendous graphics this game is a hit, but why only 4**** stars? what's wrong with it?
Summary: This game just rocks. I have played this again and again, given myself sore fingers and disturbed my neighbours with my shrieks of pain and joy* (*delete as appropriate). It looks good, sounds even better and with the style system you can't get away with just bashing the X button for 20 levels. You have to defeat your enemies with class - and you have to figure out the best style and tactics to do so otherwise you'll be seeing the game over screen a lot.
Benjamin Charles Mountford "BenwantsaPS3", amazon.co.uk
30 March 2007
Summary: What can I say that hasn't already BEEN said? This game follows the story of Dante, the hero from Devil May Cry, and this is a prequel to the game where you are playing his younger self. Dante himself is an awesome character with 6 fighting styles to choose from and a large array of weapons you can change at lightning speeds...However, Vergil, included only in the Special Edition is a VERY nice addition.