Ben Kuchera of Arstechnica writes: This is the first Devil May Cry on the current generation of consoles, and the first of the series to be released on a non-Sony platform; one of the many hints that Devil May Cry is a series taking its first step into the modern world of gaming.
After playing the game on both the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 extensively, I can safely say that no one is getting the short end of the stick. If you're lucky enough to have both systems, there are a few things to consider depending on your taste, but there is no wrong answer.
-Classic gameplay, with a great new main character
-Good length for an action game, with a ton of replay value
-Solid performance on both the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360
-Fast load times on the PS3...
-That take a 20-minute install and 5GB of hard drive space to take advantage of
-Dante's missions include a lot of backtracking and doubling up on the battles
-Boobs-lots and lots of boobs. If you're 13, feel free to move this up to "The Good"
-The in-game moves need to at least be as cool as the things you see in the cut-scenes
-The broken television after you throw your controller through after losing a hidden mission for the 15th time