Weskalia's Devil May Cry Tv Review

Devil May Cry

Rated: 4

"The anime won't be as good as the game," that was my first thought long before watching. How? Because I have experienced and know that most video game-adapted works often end up bad. Devil May Cry the anime, in a way, proves to be not much different than a "for the fans" show as most of its audience were gamers. It's IS because these types were adapted from video games (and hardcore action nonetheless), they usually don't have much of a great plot and depend too heavily on overused genre elements. Unless you're a real Devil May Cry fan, you may see otherwise.

In the end, Devil May Cry isn't a terrible show, just sad and plain boring. But even at that, it won't ruin the reputation of the franchise and can still be considered a good entertainment after a few hours of demon-slashing.

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Thegman's Devil May Cry Tv Review

Devil May Cry

Rated: 9

Now this is where DMC3: SE really earns its marks. For being a budget title there's a lot of new content to explore here, and it shows. Most notably of course is the option to play as Vergil, and while he doesn't have his own storyline he does play quite a bit differently from Dante, serving not just as some sort of colour swap but a true stand alone character capable of his own kind of stylish devastation. Other new features include the original Japanese continue (which has infinite continues and gold orbs which revive you on the spot) system for a little more help than the U.S. system (which uses yellow orbs and restarts from checkpoints).

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Hikara's Devil May Cry Tv Review

Devil May Cry

Rated: 8

the presentation of this devil may cry is more entertaining than the other two devil may cry games dante is ofcourse younger in this game and tends to make a few cocky jokes from time to time if playing your going to be on the edge constantly, if watch you'll never become bored its some what like an action movie. difficulty, well this game is definently difficult game starts with only normal and hard no easy yet ,you have to unlock that if in order of ascending its easy, normal, hard,dante must die, and heaven or hell modes. this game has plenty of re-play ability with a large amount of unlockables which i will not mention you'll find them .

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Nephir's Devil May Cry Tv Review

Devil May Cry

Rated: 7

The game was a very original game. You're the hero, you get upgrades, you fight demons, you save a girl, then you beat the king of demons. Then, the wolrd is safe. Yay.
Very common these days. Besides that, the game has very little humorous parts for it is more of a darker game than a funny one. It was extremley fun to play, even though I like games that make me laugh. This one had me repeating the same boss...while having fun doing it. When you die, it's because of the lame camera angles. But at that point, you realize the game is fun and it's not your fault. It's not agrivating like Mario (I almost threw a tantrum), but rather a fun game. You can always do different follow-ups or just pund the licing crap out of the enemy. The fun doesn't stop, and because of the somewhat simple A.I.

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Samuray25's Devil May Cry Tv Review

Devil May Cry

Rated: 7

It'll initially seem very difficult to avoid getting hit in Devil May Cry 3. You can't withstand many hits, and unlike in similar games, you don't get some sort of invulnerability grace period after you've taken damage. So if five enemies attack you at once, you'll take all five of those hits and will probably die. You're going to die often, whether you like it or not, and at first, you might be inclined to blame this on the third-person perspective and the controls, both of which cease being issues eventually but are likely to give you some serious headaches in the first few hours. You can make Dante automatically attack nearby foes using his guns or his sword, or you can hold down R1 to lock onto a specific enemy.

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