Devil May Cry 5
I used to think that I was missing something by not playing Devil May Cry games. Beloved series are usually beloved for an obvious reason, after all. If Devil May Cry 5 is any indication of what can be expected from earlier games, though, consider me thoroughly disabused of that notion.
These things aside, as an authentic Devil May Cry experience, DMC 5 absolutely nails it. The fighting is smooth, the graphics stunning and there’s a slick fluidity to the action that makes it a highly refined hack’n’slash and one of the better ones released in this genre for quite some time. Even if you’re not a fan of Devil May Cry, there’s enough here to enjoy and it’s absolutely a title I’d recommend checking out.
A rarity in AAA video games, Devil May Cry 5 is a character action game that delivers everything it promises, serving as a revival and a revolution of the DMC franchise in both story and gameplay, and offering a fulfilling experience for the hardcore fans.
Devil May Cry 5 is everything what every player of hack & slash games needs. There are still a flaws in the gameplay which could have been polished better, but with such a fun fight system and combo combinations, you will have a great time during the play.
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Everything DMC fans want is right here. Stylish combat returns in full force, complete with three characters to master with unique mechanics and playstyles. The game looks gorgeous and has some of the most dazzling displays of theatrics you could hope for. Even the story is good, but who gives a damn when the gameplay is this fantastic!? I haven’t enjoyed myself this much with a game in years, and you’d be remiss not to check it out. DMC5 is a tour de force of fun, and if you’re looking for some over-the-top goodness, this is the jackpot.
Devil May Cry 5 is fun, stylish and sexy. This isn't just the best Devil May Cry game but the best game in the entire Character Action genre.
Capcom is back with a vengeance, ready to reclaim portions of the gaming industry for themselves. If their recent games are anything to go off of, my excitement levels are through the roof for whatever new project they’re cooking up next.
In a slew of releases from Capcom for many of their well-loved series, Devil May Cry 5 continues the trend as a solid entry within the DMC mythos. By expanding upon the established combat systems and making sure the characters are looking slick and stylish while hacking through legions of demonic forces, the developers chose to spend their time tightening up what they do best, and it shows. Incredible combo depth, distinct character styles, and plethora or difficulties are sure to make for one hell of a ride.
Devil May Cry 5 is a game you could talk about a very long time, but all you need to know is that it's one of the best games of 2019 so far and you shouldn't miss it. This is how a comeback of a legend should look like.
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Mechanically speaking, Devil May Cry 5 is the best game the saga has seen, for now. Unfortunately, the Art Direction - even though the game looks great - does not fit right with the game's narrative tone. DMC5 does not evolve the series forward, compared to its predecessors, but it does boast a fluid and frantic combat, that combined with some new weapons at your disposal, make this the best gameplay Dante and Nero have yet to offer, which end up overshadowing the repetitive V in the process.
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