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Submitted by creeping judas 912d ago | review

DmC: Devil May Cry (Xbox 360) Review By Canadian Online Gamers

Canadian Online Gamers - "When the first Devil May Cry game was released on PlayStation 2 it impacted the action genre heavily. Capcom had managed to create an action game that captured what only 2D action games had supplied to players at the time, including twitch based combat and crazy combo chains. This newest Devil May Cry game hasn’t revolutionized the action genre, but it’s a damn good action game nonetheless. This latest entry, entitled DmC: Devil May Cry, is developed by Ninja Theory and published by Capcom. It is essentially a reboot so to speak. It takes place in an alternate reality and is separate from the first four installments of the series. The main characters of the game are still going by the same names of the previous games but just about everything else in this version is different." (DmC: Devil May Cry, Xbox 360) 90/100

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