Summary: This was somewhat underwhelming, as I might have expected too much. Vergil does have some sweet moves, but it feels like a lot more could have been done. Level designs were not even close to the base game.
Summary: A very nice in-depth look into one of the leading characters of DmC. This DLC pack was full of excellent story-telling and gameplay, while giving a deeper look into Vergil's descent into insanity. This DLC pack even further leaves DmC wide open for a riveting sequel.
Summary: The topic word for this piece of DLC is lazy. The level designs were lazy, and not much thought was put in to them. They were a hassle to play on. The concept was: small, non-innovative maps, where wave after wave of boring enemies appeared. What a drag this was. I did not enjoy my first play through of this DLC. Vergil's move set was really boring, and far from fleshed out. I missed my double jump, and Dante's move set the entire play through.
Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. While this was a nice time passer and a nice challenge. Bloody Palace breaks the game's loot and money concept, giving you practically 2000-5000 red orbs at the end of every time you play this (Even more if you're really good at this game), and then carry it over to your main game. You can even quit this mode mid-game, and still keep all the red orbs and unlock slots you earned from this.
Summary: This is an amazing expansion pack. First off, Vergil plays very differently than Dante. Whereas Dante is a furious button pressing frenzy, Vergil's strikes are more deliberate and you feel like your in a more zen-like state. All this is achieved while STILL bringing the awesome, over the top style. It's a good few hours of gameplay and well worth the cash.
Summary: Vergil's Downfall chronicles the events that transpire after the conclusion of the main game's story. The DLC contains a new playable character with a completely different move-set to Dante and six brand new missions to play through. I'l keep this short to avoid spoilers. The game play is very entertaining. The plot seemed average at first, but upon replaying it I noticed a lot of symbolism and ways to interpret just what is going on in the DLC.
Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. This DLC feels like it could have been way better. It's not that it isn't enjoyable, it just feels like it was rushed out before they could iron out all the kinks. The storyline is decent, though not brilliantly explained. Basically Vergil is turning into a bit of a nutbar while developing a major inferiority complex.