GameShark: Devil May Cry 4 PC Review

Dante may not be the front man this time around, you basically repeat the Nero sections with him in the second half of the game, but Nero does a great job of filling that role. Though the combat at a glance seems watered down due to the frighteningly smaller weapon selection what it really does is refine the combat to rely more on skill and tact than constantly switching your armaments. The graphics and sound are both stellar on a variety of levels, but the biggest reason the game is entertaining is the combat itself. Even its status as a port does little to harm things, and overall Devil May Cry 4 is a shining example of what the series has to offer.

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