DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition review | Arcade Sushi

Ninja Theory's 2013 reboot of Devil May Cry resulted in many of the series' fans grabbing the pitchforks and torches in response to DmC's rebranded look and attitude. While the fires of this controversy have long been extinguished, there were many fans out there who simply never gave "Emo Dante" a chance simply based on his character design. This is where DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition comes in. Ninja Theory has released an optimized version of DmC with revamped visuals, harder difficulties, a manual lock-on, excellent gameplay moddifiers, new skins (to get rid of that horrible hair), rebalanced moves and 60 levels of a new Vergil Bloody Palace.

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