Review: DmC: Devil May Cry Definitive Edition (DarkZero)

Dominic Sheard: "DmC: Devil May Cry received some major stick from serious hardcore fans when it was first shown, and it carried on through all those months up to its release on January 2013. Even after that people were still sticking into it because it didn't have the right Dante or that they thought the combat didn't look as good as previous entries - a damn hard thing to do as the series has featured one of the best in the business - or that the game was too easy compared to the challenge of Devil May Cry 3. I've enjoyed the hell out of the series, well, apart from something that has a “2” on the end, and I completely had nothing but fun with Ninja Theory’s take on Devil May Cry’s stylish action, which embodies the previous games, but with a new flair of British flavour that blends together with fantastic level design and an elegant, flowing combat system that now has a silky performance buff and little tweaks in this remastered release that makes it the one to play."

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