DMC - Devil May Cry
I went into this game not knowing much about the Devil May Cry series, but I came out wanting to pick up the rest of the collection. This game grabs you and pulls you into the DMC world as soon as you start it. I'm going to give it a second play through just to grab all the stuff I missed, and see if I can get my Mission scores a little higher. The graphics are demonically beautiful, and the story line is great. Because there's some cheesy stuff in it, but they know it's cheesy. They don't take themselves too seriously when they don't need too. I recommend this game to anyone who like button mashing fighters, and casual and hardcore gamers. If you're like me and haven't played any Devil May Cry games, this was a perfect choice to wet my appetite. 10 out of 10!
All the love at 60 fps
The only thing that could make DmC better is if it were in a smooth, stunning 60fps. And now that has been realized in the pc release. My game of the year choice for 2013.
A Downgrade for the Series
A complete downgrade from previous entries in the series. Bland story telling, cringe-worthy characters/dialogue, over saturated colors, super easy and dumbed down combat, and some of the worst bosses I've ever played in the entire genre. The environmental art and use of colors were good.
Great for PC Gamers
This game may be on consoles but the biggest difference is...the fact that the PC version runs on 60 fps rather than consoles locked on 30 fps. Overall the game is still great on PC and the graphics take a real shine on it because of the unreal engine 3. Play this game on max settings if you have a badass gaming PC. Also if u are not really a fan of keyboard and mouse, steam has full controller support for the game