Just over two years ago I reviewed and thoroughly enjoyed Ninja Theory's reboot of one of Capcom's best franchises, Devil May Cry. Simply entitled DmC Devily May Cry, Ninja Theory provided players with a origin story for the famous demon killer, Dante. Highly stylized action with a creative and vividly impressive presentation were two standout aspects to the game. A couple of month's later, the Vergil's Downfall DLC came out, which I also reviewed. Another six missions with a focus on Vergil, Dante's brother, was compelling and helped bridge the gap between the end of DmC's story and the rest of the Devil May Cry franchise.