Brief Review On Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition

By Paul Linus on
Brief Review On Devil May Cry 4 - Special Edition

The Devil May Cry4 was released back in 2008 and became the talk of the town then. The reason, it was the first ever Devil May Cry game that was featured on the new–generation PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 consoles. Simultaneously, the game was also released on a non-PlayStation platform, for the first time of course.

The new Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition has come up as the old wine in a new bottle. It has got some new graphic design, some good special effects which will remind any player of the earlier series.

The graphic designs are mind blowing with all sorts of minute details, but this excessiveness also takes away what it gives for the extended campaign. It does nothing but works against its own momentum, for which players need to go back all through the recently explored locations and fight with all the previously known evils, again.

In this new series a player would find some of the new characters and a whole new bunch of good combating moves. However, anybody who plays the game would also know about the lack of creativity in it.

Along with the earlier campaigns, the Nero and Dante storyline features two new campaigns, Trish and Lady. Both are female characters that replaces the position of Nero and Dante. In the other campaign we find Vergil, who is Dante’s twin brother.

So for a player who has played the earlier games of this series has nothing much more to do, except to get some new playable characters. The Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition is no doubt a fun game, but with same sequence of missions for the three separate time can be tiring at some point. Players who want to get a taste of something new should think twice before buying it.

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