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Devil May Cry Member Review for the PS2

crazycracker22 By:
crazycracker22
08/02/07
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Action 
PLAYERS
PUBLISHER Capcom 
DEVELOPER Capcom 
RELEASE DATE  
M Contains Blood, Violence

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From the second you plop in the disc you will be addicted up untill the part when you are in then entrance, then it once you  get in combat all is better. the different abilities you can learn for all of your weapons is awesome. and surprisingly the "interesting" camera dosent get in the way of the combat or moving around. The only problems i have with the game are not being able to fall of the edge makes the platforming element a little tricky, and some enemies get me really pissed of because there so fricken cheap but  going in devil trigger and shouting at the screen "THROW YOUR F***ING FIRE DISCS AT ME NOW!" makes every thing better.












overall this is a really great game   dispite some annoying parts its still a must buy for ps2 owners

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