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Best Devil May Cry game!

posted by Vegito (DULUTH, GA) Aug 14, 2010

Member since Jun 2010

My favorite Devil May Cry game at the moment, this series was redeemed with this game having moderate difficult enemies with fun (and yet not overpowered) upgradeable moves. The storyline is also very interesting and the music makes the game fast-paced and just plain fun. A+

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Too difficult!

posted by Nriver (CLEVELAND, OH) Jan 12, 2010

Member since Oct 2009

First off let me say that I am only giving this game a five because of its ridiculous difficulty. While I think that this game has a great story line and plot and the gameplay is cool, this is an unbelieveably hard game! I have never in any game died on the first board, but with this game I died consistently. I died so many time on the first board alone (outside his shop) so much that they made the easy level available to me. Even on easy, I still have died too many times and can't seem to get past the fire and ice swords boss. This game is too hard and I consider myself to be a hardcore gamer. All I can say for those thinking about playing it is beware: this game causes frustration!

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Dante is back!

posted by dannap (REDDING, CA) Aug 21, 2009

Member since Aug 2009

Here is the Dante we all know and love! Sort of...
Obviously, the developers tried to go back to the formula that made Dante so likable in the first game, following the unwelcome change in personality from the second installment. Though it seems to me that they overdid it a bit...Dante is a bit of a dork; he communicates almost entirely in cheesy one-liners. Sometimes it's funny, and sometimes it's annoying...
This miner complaint aside, this game rocks! Gameplay is fun, challenging, and full of action! Graphics are spectacular. I especially enjoyed the cutscenes, which are very well done, and amount to about two hours total. This may sound excessive, but the quality is such that it adds to the experience rather than detracting from it. Several fantastic new weapons come into play, all of which may be upgraded throughout the game.
A few new characters are introduced; intriguing characters that are a welcome edition to the series. I especially liked Vergil, Dante's twin brother, who's grave and serious personality counters that of Dante perfectly.
I highly recommend Devil May Cry 3 to any action/adventure fan!

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