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Submitted by SavageKuma 891d ago | review

KKEnt’s Review of DMC

Kuma Wrote: To be clearer I found this reboot to be more than I expected, because I will be honest that I was not a Devil May Cry fan, however I felt more comfortable with this title. In general the classic Dante was corny to a point where I switched to the Japanese language because it was a lot better to listen too. This Dante has a better more juvenile voice actor and is I am not cringing every time he speaks. The demons are of the same nature, but with a lot more depth and attitude to them. There is a strong hatred towards who you are and what you plan to do; that kind of drive in a beat’em up is needed for a game to keep gamers interested. This is a story of growth and you see the transition when things get serious and Dante starts to show that he cares about things a bit more than he let on. (DmC: Devil May Cry, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) B/A+

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