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Devil May Cry 4 Member Review for the PS3

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Whitie
03/16/08
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Action 
PLAYERS 1- 1 
PUBLISHER Capcom 
DEVELOPER Capcom 
RELEASE DATE  
M Contains Blood, Language, Sexual Themes, Violence

What do these ratings mean?

Hey would you like some hardcore action with that awesomeness then try some Devil May Cry 4. The 4th installment of the ever popular Devil May Cry series, you start off in a tutorial as the newest character to the series Nero fighting against the series' usual hero Dante. Dante was hired to take out the leader of the order of the sword an organization that worships Dantes father as a God. The opening scene shows Dante breaking in through the ceiling and shooting the leader in the head, then Nero gets pissed so he takes out his gun and thats were the game begins.

After you beat Dante you will go through a few more cutscenes (still action packed like previous installments) and gain new abilities and weapons until you finally finish off Dante. Nero plays slightly different than Dante you can get out your gun with Square and with triangle you can hack away with your sword what really sets Nero apart is the use of his Devil Bringer a demonic arm used to grab throw and melee enemys. Nero's sword is different in the sense that you can power it up with L2 and if you do the right thing in this form you can have one hell of a party. Another weapon both Nero and Dante use is Yamato( the sword used by Dantes brother in Devil My Cry 3) if you press L1 both Nero and Dante will turn into demons and tear up the place with the Yamato Katana.

After mission 12 which is roughly 60 percent of the game you finally play as Dante he has the usual weapons Ebony and Ivory ( his two pistols) and his sword and his shotgun. By using the directional buttons you can choose one of 4 classes Gun Slinger, Trickster, Sword master, Royal Gaurd. After you get the Yamato you can choose a fifth class that lets you bring the pain with most powerful sword ever. You have to go back through the levels Nero already cleared and destroy all three bosses because Nero did not quite finish them off. It is not as boring as it sounds it never really feels like backtracking and you gain new weapons with each boss you defeat like a suit of armor that super charges all of Dantes hits and the Pandora a weapon of mass destruction capable of 666 different forms like a bazooka or a flying tank, or maybe the lucifer is right for you a device capable of producing an infinite amout of exploding blades. And if that is not enough you still get the Yamato.

(All of the weapons are upgradeable and both Nero and Dante are upgradeable also.)

You can playback anytime and still have all of the your upgrades you have purchased.
Anyway a solid game with only a few kinks it is to short and to easy. But still very fun and very awesome I recommend this game to everyone 18+.


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