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Devil May Cry 4: Pro-G Hands-on

As with every previous version of the series, the latest Devil May Cry is very easy on the eyes. Despite some menacing sets and gloomy, doom-ridden atmospherics, each screen is packed with lavish attention to detail and filled with intricate fine points.

The levels may be bigger and the next-gen shine noteworthy, but here Capcom have essentially revisited a proven formula and tweaked it a little. That might mean you are going to look forward eagerly to more of what you love, or bemoan the developers for stifling innovation.

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