I think it’s safe to say that DmC: Devil May Cry has met or exceeded all expectations, and we at VGU.TV can’t get enough of it. Chief of Staff Josh Mobley finished it in two days, and staff writer Nate Hohl zipped through it in one to bring you a timely review. I have been playing the game almost nonstop since I first got my hands on it, and I still don’t want to put it down. I’ve been a fan of the older games, but have never loved them anywhere near as much as I do this one, so what makes it so much more special? Here are five reasons that we came up with:
5. The story is easier to understand
In the old games, the stories were ridiculous and kind of nonsensical, like when Dante got eaten by a flying whale in Devil May Cry 3. It didn’t help that the games had a strange continuity, with the chronology being 3, 1, 4, 2. If you actually happened to play the games in that order, you’d realize that the games started great and then gradually became worse as you moved to the next. This game’s campaign is fun, and it’s simple to understand. The best part is that it’s a reboot, and you don’t have to understand the strange story of the older games, though you might miss out on a few funny references.
Continued on Next Page…