Submitted by feedluster 986d ago | review

DmC: Devil May Cry Review | Nerdluster

Nerdluster: I’m not well known for my appreciation or fandom when it comes to the Devil May Cry series. Friends know my favorite genres are limited to roleplaying or strategy games where fighting or combo driven mechanics are not core to succeeding. Even with DmC’s focus on combat style and proper timing I started to appreciate the finesse of controlling Dante as he battled groups of skeletonized demons or bulky brutes. Furthermore boss battles were where I found myself really enjoying the fighting of the game, swinging Arbiter at flashing targets or launching Dante from platform to platform really hit a sweet spot for me that is often missing in “shooter” or fantasy RPG games. (DmC: Devil May Cry, PC, PS3, Xbox) 85/100

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