MTB - I wasn’t afraid about how the new DmC: Devil May Cry was going to turn out until it was sitting in my hands. The idea of re-envisioning Dante as a British punk seemed so outlandish compared to his original anime toughguy character that I thought it stood a good chance of working. Really, anything had to be better than playing as Nero in Devil May Cry 4, but I don’t think anyone on the internet saw it that way. For me, I saw this as a chance to take the game and make it interesting again, as the last one just felt kind of phoned in. Devil May Cry 4 was good, but when I beat it I just put it down and walked away. Considering I beat the original release of Devil May Cry 3 on every difficulty level, I was expecting a game that would draw me in and never let me go.