By my estimation, Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition is the sixth Devil May Cry game I’ve reviewed since April of 2012. I reviewed last gen’s HD collection of the original trilogy, DMC Devil May Cry and Vergil’s Downfall a year or so later, and now it’s the PS4 version of Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition which includes DMC Devil May Cry and the Vergil’s Downfall and The Bloody Palace DLC.
It’s either the epic finale of my Devil May Cry Suite of reviews or evidence that I’ve been volunteered to run point on the critical side of the Devil May Cry franchise at Gaming Nexus.
So what is Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition anyway? Well, it’s a current gen reskin of last gen’s DMC Devil May Cry, including previously released DLC, and two difficulty modifiers that can be turned off and on before each level.