DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition

  • Released on Mar 10, 2015
  • By Ninja Theory Ltd for PC, PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360

DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition User Reviews


Hell is empty and all the devils are here


If you’re even remotely familiar with DmC: Devil May Cry, you’re also aware of everything that surrounded its release. The initial trailers, everyone whining that Dante’s got black hair, the game coming out, paid reviewers defending it to high noon and the old school fans taking a big shit on it – honestly, if this game had a more controversial release, it’d be sold behind the counter in a leather case. Yet when you go to play it some time after its release – like three years later – and find that most of what people pointed out in regards to it not being like the old school games is not on...


Devil May Cry: The Next Generation


Damn, Devil May Cry was cool! It's a series that indulged on over the top elements that offer the player a good time while putting them in places with gothic architecture, given that it was originally meant to be a Resident Evil game. But with time comes a need to change things up, and with Capcom thinking that they can't keep the series relevant, they pass off the franchise to Ninja Theory to see if they can do it any justice. Well, one goofy looking Dante design and an overhaul of the battle system later, and DmC: Devil May Cry is actually quite a rousing success. It may not feel like the...


Crying for wasted potential


The one thing that captures the attention of any potential buyer is what's on the box. As much as people bang on about looking up reviews and trailers, a cover can sometimes seriously speak volumes about what a game will contain. Having Devil May Cry on the box with some black haired guy who has the same fashion sense as Dante from that series made me think "hmm, awesome, we get to play as somebody completely different". But then I remember long before the game came out that the guy on the box... is actually a redesign of Dante because Ninja Theory, the developers Capcom trusted to continue...

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