DmC: Devil May Cry is the innovative reboot game of the world renowned and beloved Devil May Cry franchise, developed by Ninja Theory and published by Capcom. DmC details the life of protagonist Dante in a parallel and fictitious universe, completely separate from the other games in the Devil May Cry series.
Step into the shoes of our half-devil and half-angel protagonist Dante, and follow him on his haunting adventures as he traverses through the twisted world of Limbo City. This surreal and warped reality will constantly keep you on your toes, as there are demonic security cameras around every corner just waiting to call in a whole host of Demons that want nothing more than to slaughter you. Watch how your split personality and inner turmoil distort the world around you, with the environments of Limbo City constantly changing, challenging you to keep your wits about you at all times.
The gameplay within DmC: Devil May Cry is as fluid, fast-paced, and exhilarating as ever, with Dante's split personality of both half-angel half-demon coming into affect when it comes to both weaponry and combat. DmC boasts the signature Devil May Cry blend of both guns and swordplay, with the game mechanics severely revamped in order to incorporate this game's change in lineage. With three combat modes available (demon, angel, normal), Dante's sword now possesses the ability to switch into a battle axe (demonic), scythe (angelic), and a spine-like grappling hook amongst other weapons, depending on which mode you trigger. This innovative combat mechanic feature means that all of Dante's weapons and utilities are changeable with lightning fast speed, to match his speed of light reflexes, and also introduces the ability to perform longer and more creative combo attacks, including aerial moves.
Delve into this surreal and alternate universe of DmC, uncovering the history of this parallel Dante as you fight against your polar opposite halves in order to come to terms with yourself. Fight back against the hordes of Demons out for your blood with your multitude of weapons and artillery in this fast-paced, combat-focused high-action game that will keep you on the edge of your seat with every second you play.(Cat Emerson)
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good game more abilities more fun more demon kills!!!
Great game with amazing graphic, good plot. Combat system is very funny. Recommended
Totally worth it. Really good game, enjoy!
When I saw the first pictures of the new Devil May Cry I said: i'll never buy it! Well, I had to think again because this is a great action game, compelling and balanced, much more accessible than Devil May Cry 4 (which I had found a little irritating). Although I preferred the old graphic and characterization, Capcom / Ninja Theory has done a great job!Excellent reboot!
DmC: Devil May Cry is a great game with an amazing storyline and fights. Sometimes it is difficult to play with so many buttons/combos but it's still cool.
DmC: Devil May Cry is a great game with a 'never boring' level design and an interesting new take on the character.
I love DmC: Devil May Cry! It has excellent graphics and a great storyline. I cannot wait for the sequel!
No room for hatershere. People that go on about Dante's new look and short hair should first play the game. Ninja Theory did a great job at rebooting this amazing series! In my opinion it was really done well and explained if you look at the first DMC. The gameplay is off the hook, it's really dynamic, fast paced and fluid. You can change your weapons in the fly. All in all DmC: Devil May Cry is a good game!
DmC: Devil May Cry is an excellent reboot of the Devil may Cry series. Although Dante looks slightly different and doesnt begin with the trademark white hair, the gameplay more than makes up for it. Combat is fun and fast, and the plot is more engaging than past devil may cry efforts. The game is easier than other DMC games initially though unlocked difficulty levels make the experience much better. The lack of a lock on button is also jarring, but is not game breaking and quite manageable.
DmC: Devil May Cry is more westernised than the previous DMC's, so it's more plot focused than gameplay focussed. Despite that, it does not feel like I'm using a vending machine to defuse a bomb. The enemies also look better and less like ghoulish cartoons.
The die hard fighting style in this game is a fresh update on what has Been seen before in the devil may cry series, allowing to switch between weapons quickly and chain combos. The graphics are visually stunning and the story gives the series an update and added background info for me it's got to have top marks!