Devil May Cry 3 User Reviews
Good number of weapons
Hard as hell
The soundtrack sucks balls
Hard as hell
No true multiplayer
Devil May Cry, what an interesting history you have. the first installment grabbed players with visceral combat which was previously unreached. Your second installment, however bored players from the sheer easiness. Good news gamers, not only does Devil May Cry return Devil may Cry back to its roots, it also gives you the most exhilarating, fun action experience this generation.
First stepping into Devil May Cry 3, you are introduced via a very well done, action packed cutscene, which basically shows Dante's personality. He's younger, cockier. He's badass and he knows it. Cutscenes in ...
Heavy Metal (sometimes)
All-round better than DMC 1 and 2
Too challenging, and hard! And frustrating! And I needed help from a friend!Summary:
Let's just say that if there's any game harder than DMC3, let me know not to play it at all, ever, unless you also give me some anger management pills (oh, and try a shitload of them, too, I had to take 5 loads of capsules to shut up). This game, unless you're mister calm or have an incredible sense of direction or have a walkthrough and mastered the otherwise hard-to-master system of this game, will piss you off more than you have been pissed before.
First up, Devil May Cry 3 is good but incredibally hard, no, wait, impossible. Next up, this opens up a pretty good storyline that will get yo...
Take everything good from the previous two Devil May Cry's and multiply that by ten. Or a thousand. Howerver much is needed to convey to you that this game is not the flashy-on-the-outside-lackluster-on-the-inside game whos image has come to embarrassingly reflect that. This game is great. From the graphics to the graciously intuitive controls that have blessed this series to the finely tuned gameplay and even a storyline that won't put you to sleep.The bad:
Now the storyline, I think at best, should be considered decent. It isn't bad by any means but honestly it isn't anything you haven't seen in one manifestation or another of the "opening the portal to hell" scenarios. But none the less the numerous cutscenes provide, besides a breather, cohesion and transition for the storyline, two important things that have lacked severely in installments past. And I'm undecided as to whether or not the difficulty level should be considered a negative but, the learning curve of this game is steep. The controls, as user-friendly as they are, still take getting used to and you definitely need to have some quick fingers and reflexes yourself to have any success in this game. But case in point, this game is hard, hard, hard. I'm sure 99% of gamers out there will find themselves unlocking easy mode before putting even an hour into this game. And even on easy, your sure to be frustrated yet. That is until you develop a decent grasp of the controls and gameplay, then later bosses will seem even easier than the first few who slaughtered you. But remember, we're still on easy mode. Ascending levels in difficulty are expectedly increasingly difficult, the completion of one difficulty level unlocking the next. That is until you unlock Dante Must Die mode. Hard doesn't even begin to describe this difficulty level. It is moreso the epitome of all things unholy and wrong. I've gathered a collective opinion that playing this mode is tantamount to squeezing your eyelids until they bleed. Yes kids, it's that damn good.
Oh yeah, the dialogue/voice-acting in this game is so incredulously cheesy you can't help but love to hate it.
Graphics: The environments of this game are absolutely breath-taking. You can't help but notice the amazing quality and intricate detail. There was obviously a lot of time spent on making this game look pretty. The smallest detail in the most obscure location in this game looks as if it has been labored upon by a team of graphic designers. The look of this game is extremely polished.
Control: As previously mentioned, there is somewhat of a learning curve to fully mastering Dante and his arsenal of weaponry. But with practice, it will become second nature in no time. Pulling off some sick com...
The new style system
Return of decent weaponry
All round much better than the second game
Dante Must Die mode is ridiculously, unbelievably hardSummary:
First, if you heard that this game was difficult, then you're correct. Possibly because of the widespread feeling that the second game was far too easy, Capcom seem to have over-corrected on the difficulty scale and made a game which is sure to frustrate 99% of the gaming population. The two frustrating parts are either the beginning if you're not too good at the game or Dante Must Die mode if you ever get that far. So if you don't intend to play DMD mode, ignore the last part of my review.
Devil May Cry games have never been known for riveting storylines, but this game provides a good one b...
Not much replay value but not many games have them.
Alright where to start. I started out with the first DMC game and I loved it. This is odd, because I'm more of an RPG kind of guy, and this game just drew me in. I mean the storyline, the combat system and Dante is just plain bad ass. Even after finishing it, there were many gaps left in throughout the story. DMC2 didn't reveal that many plots, infact it just added on more questions since it was a sequel, and unfortunately not that great. DMC3 however, which is a prequel to DMC1 and also the best of the 3 in my opinion, blows action adventure games out of the water.
You start out with Dante...
The music absolutely rocks.
The graphics are lickable.
The styles system was a great idea and is very balanced.
Lots of great, different weapons.
The bosses have personalities.
The characters have lots of charisma.
The difficulty level is a bit too high.
No Vergil as a hidden playable character?
Lady's personality makes no sense.
This is the game the DMC fans have been waiting for, regardless of if they had been disappointed by the second game or not.
Capcom went all out for this game, giving us a pumped up game with a brasher, louder, wilder Dante in a rich world with tons of enemies to beat, great bosses with idividual personalities, and lots of different styles and weapons to encourage us to play it again and again to max everything out.
They even put a story in the game this time around! Well, more so than in DMC1 and 2 combined. Sure, it's no classic of literature, but when you reach the ending, you'll se...
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- Dante's last name 147
- The most difficult boss? List from hardest to easiest 55
- Vergil VS Nero :? 25
- DMC 3 Music Video 1
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- Your red orb time 2
- cutscenes problems in devil may cry 3 pc version 0
- How old is dante? 19
- PS3 control issues 0
- Artemis 17