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Submitted by ian86 766d ago | review

DmC: Devil May Cry [Review] | ShogunGamer.com

Ian Fisher writes: It may have seemed unlikely at first, but Ninja Theory’s take on the Devil May Cry franchise has yielded good results since DmC is flat out entertaining to play. Filled with the same combat depth that the DMC franchise is synonymous with, DmC offers a new take on the tale of Dante and in the process delivers a game with a unique identity that actually expands the core lore instead of dishonoring it. Some of the changes may be tough to swallow for fans who have been with Dante since the beginning, but don’t let your fandom cloud your thoughts too much since DmC takes the series in some interesting directions that immediately had me wanting more. (DmC: Devil May Cry, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 7/10

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