Reviews for Devil May Cry 4


An enjoyable hack and slash, just not as good of a Devil May Cry

Valoo321 | Dec. 23, 2015 | See all Valoo321's reviews »

Let me preface this by saying that I LOVED DMC 3. It's the pinnacle of the series in my opinion, and I ended up playing it on every available difficulty when it came out. I feel like this needs to be stated because it set my expectations for this one so high. My biggest complaint about this one is that lack of fluid movement. One of my favorite things about DMC 3 was being able to switch your different play styles, from defense, to offense, to bullets, to evade. It set the tone of how you should be playing for that level - but I felt like Nero didn't really have this. Being able to use the hand grapple is where the game really shines, but that feels like it becomes a tired combo that you always have to use. The level design felt a little clunky at times, and most of all a little claustrophobic. The things that stand out to me or when you're stuck in the hallways, or in an open area with all sorts of things in your way. This was another hindrance to the fluidity that made DMC 3 really shine. Overall, it's a very good game and definitely worth playing if you're a fan of the hack 'n' slashers - or even just a fan of DMC. I just don't feel like it quite lives up to what DMC 3 had made.


Very solid hack n slash

RicKJameS | Nov. 9, 2015 | See all RicKJameS's reviews »

This was the only DMC that I have played so far. The trailers for the game when it first came out really interested me in the series. It was a great choice because the combat in this game is so fun. The "easy to learn, difficult to master" saying really applies here. You could just mindlessly hack at enemies and do okay for the most part. However, the real fun comes from doing elaborate combos and getting triple S rank. After beating the game there's still many combos to unlock and master, along with varying difficulties to play with. The only downside is that the environments get reused a lot, but the gameplay makes up for it.


Another Hack And Slash Champion

xb2iris | Oct. 26, 2015 | See all xb2iris's reviews »

Capcom really pushed the boundaries when releasing "Devil May Cry 4", however maintained the devilish quality which we had become accustomed to in previous DMC games. Hack and slash titles can quickly get old, however in the case of DMC4, variety is the name of the game. Focusing on two characters with uniquely different abilities, combat, whilst extremely challenging, is fun and over the top. The story-line maintains an ever changing environment in which to unlock abilities and combos. Although repetitiveness and a few common camera related bugs can at times hinder your progress, overall, DMC4 is a compelling release which is sure to please both die hard DMC fans and casual gamers alike.


Underrated Gem in the Series

sycomantis1991 | May 15, 2015 | See all sycomantis1991's reviews »

This game gets a lot of crap. Most of it just because you don't exclusively play as Dante. As if Dante isn't still a big part of the story and you can't switch between the two for a lot of the game. Nero is a decent character, but he's extremely fun to use. His weird blue grabby hand adds some depth to his gameplay and generates unqieue and fun combos. It's great fun to switch between the two and combat never gets old because of it. The story isn't all that interesting in the grand scheme of things, but the beginning is really epic and the characters/bosses introduced are very interesting and fun to fight. Overall, it's a great game that deserves a lot more adoration than it gets.


Didn't like it...

PlayTyrant | May 8, 2015 | See all PlayTyrant's reviews »

This is a hack and slash game, but it so repetitive it made me stop playing it. Come on, even the battle song is always the same! The moment you hear the guitars, the bad guys appear and the battle starts. Button smasher, next area, same music, repeat. I didn't enjoy this experience, maybe others will, but this game is not for me.


The Devil Might Cry Actually

KingTed | March 11, 2015 | See all KingTed's reviews »

Devil May Cry is a Beat'em All franchise that focuses on stylish combat. You must beat demons to progress and you must to do it with style. The story of Devil May Cry 4 is about a city called Fortuna where there is a cult worshipping the Dark Knight Sparda. The Knights of Fortuna also have vow to hunt the demons, a job that their youngest member, Nero, loves to do. But everything has changed when Dante, the son of Sparda, came to Fortuna and killed the cult leader while demons were invading the city. Nero must fight his way through the city and search for the reason behind all of this. I recommend you to play with a controller. It's far more confortable that way. The gameplay is excellent. Devil May Cry 4 is among the best game in the series, and the best Beat'em all games ever made, for that matter. However, the developpers didn't make a good job with the level-design. You see, there are two playable characters : Dante and Nero. Each one has his own abilities (Dante is very similar to his incarnation in DMC3 while Nero can do his own thing with the Devil Bringer). But when you get to play Dante (Second half of the game) you have to visit all of Nero's levels backward... Yes. Playing Dante is a "Mirror Mode". It's the game only issue but it really is a letdown. Otherwise it's a great game with good replay value and excellent gameplay. Oh and the graphics haven't aged at all.


A great hack-and-slash

mateidanut | March 5, 2015 | See all mateidanut's reviews »

This is the first and only Devil May Cry game I have ever played so, while I cannot compare it to its predecessors, I can judge how good it is as a game. The graphics: This was the first thing that struck me about the game. They are gorgeous and really well optimized. I played the game with no stutter or lag while looking at flashy animations and really well done cutscenes. The gameplay: As you would expect, this is what matters about a game. In my opinion, it was really enjoyable. The progression system is diverse as it lets you choose what combo you want to unlock. It is also very satisfying and having 2 characters, each with its own style is an awesome thing. One small touch that really made the game feel well designed is about the character Nero. One of his moves is a grab and throw. Not only is it unique for every single enemy in the game, it ALSO works on bosses! While other games would settle with making your hand just go through the boss (almost calling you stupid for thinking it could have worked), this game makes it a flashy-looking attack that takes away gigantic chunks of the bosses's hp. The controls: They are pretty good IF you customize them. Personally, I played with a controller with remapped shooting button. The default control scheme for the controller makes it very hard to charge your guns while using other attacks. The story: I think this is the weakest part of the game. It's nothing special and doesn't even try to make you feel like you are saving the world. It mostly revolves around saving Nero's girlfriend, but I didn't feel a strong connection to her character. I spent 13 hours playing this game, but if you are a completionist or if you want to master the combat system it could easily take you 30 hours.


Excellent game just... One problem

eekar1 | Jan. 6, 2015 | See all eekar1's reviews »

Well , the game is challenging (I got stuck in the first boss ) but that's what makes the game better and better ... DMC4 repeats all the game with Dante and that's not good . ( The good part of the repeat are the abilities of Dante and Nero que are completely different ) . The game is really fun and all the scenarios are well made ​​. For 2008 the graphics are incredible . If you like hack and slash you HAVE to play it , one of the bests ( and look at the price , So cheap! ) I found it bad to play on keyboard but yeah , you can plug the controller to play . Fantastic Story, breathtaking scenarios and graphics , unique characters and exciting combat . Buy it , I'm begging ! I really recommend it .


Devilishly Difficult

MadDemon64 | Jan. 5, 2015 | See all MadDemon64's reviews »

Devil May Cry 4 is not one of those games that you just play to unwind. It is a game where you are challenged every step of the way and you will not last long if you are not a quick study. Devil May Cry 4 takes place an unknown amount of time after the other Devil May Cry games. At first you take control of Nero, a man with a demonic arm, but later on in the game you play as the devil hunter himself, Dante. Both play similarly when it comes to basic sword and gun combat, but basic combat will not get you far. You will have to master Dante’s and Nero’s different playstyles; Nero’s specialty is his demonic arm that can grapple enemies and pummel them, a tactic that favors slower gameplay focusing on counterattacking and waiting for an opening. Dante, on the other hand, uses different various weapons he picks up along the way as well as different combat styles that change what happens when you press a particular button, which leads to more frantic and fast paced gameplay. The story is fairly predictable and the characters are not too deep, but the Devil May Cry series has never been one for storytelling; if you play Devil May Cry, you play it for the difficulty and the combat. Devil May Cry 4 will punish you if you do not master the combat, but if you do manage to master it, you will definitely enjoy it.


It is Time to Save the World Again

DDEMOLITOR | Nov. 17, 2014 | See all DDEMOLITOR's reviews »

DMC4 is the most satisfying hack'n slash game by its combat mechanics for pc.Swordplay very fast ,stylish and fluent and there are many worth to use weapons and guns and of course neros devil bringer ability makes combat system deeper than ever.And there are many originally designed enemy and boss encounter types many of which require some strategy to defeat.Even there is a turbo mode to make the gameplay faster.But what is wrong with DMC 4 is its story and producers level design choices.Story is a bit throw away type and old heros don't show much characteristics like they did on the older games of the series.But some cutscenes are really fun to watch.Games level design like to play the first half of dmc4 twice with different characters which is a bit odd.Presentation of the game is very good some effects like spark are great and some art design of many structures is very detailed. DMC 4 is not the best game of the series but definitely very enjoyable and fast paced game.


Well made but feels unfinished in a way.

Snotnarok | Nov. 4, 2014 | See all Snotnarok's reviews »

Let me explain the title right away, the game is very well made and has everything you'd expect from a Devil May Cry game. The reason it feels unfinished is you play the first half of the game as Nero (new character)...then you play as Dante ...reverse through what Nero went through. Granted there's new cutscenes and such but you're literally fighting the same bosses and everything just with Dante who does work 100% different than Nero but it still feels hack-y no matter how well made the game is. The only difference is there might be a different puzzle or new enemies which is where the entertainment really comes in. Going through these new enemies in new combinations. Speaking of enemies and combinations- do not play this game on easy mode. They cut down the enemies to, so you'll never see some enemy types simply because you're on easy mode. I never heard of this till my friend was confused when I was talking about some fights in the game that were hard because of a certain enemy that he never saw. Nero...he's hit or miss, he has a new grabby ability with his demonic arm that lets you yank enemies from a distance or throw them about. His sword has a weird motorcycle rev-up sorta thing to increase damage making for some wild combos. Dantae on the other hand is a maniac, if you played 3 this may make more sense to you. You get all his styles and the same time. You can switch through all of them on the fly with no menu usage or whatever. He's got swords, gauntlets, another different sword, pistols, shotgun, Pandoras Box <an explanation in itself. The game is crazy, it looks nice to this day, runs super well and has PC exclusive features like extra enemies...As in go into a room and instead of 5 enemies there's 20 at the same time. The Bloody Palace is back from 3's different. You'd be better off looking at a youtube video to understand what they did to it. It's by no means bad, just different. So all n' all, it's a solid game but with the above mentioned retreading, some may be off put by that. It's a great port with added options that you'd expect but more features that are a nice bonus.


I Can Swing My Sword and Shoot My Guns, but My Camera is Broken

rahnborshko | Oct. 26, 2014 | See all rahnborshko's reviews »

Devil May Cry 4 has its good and bad moments in equal measure. The fighting is fun and responsive. The story isn't anything special, but rather passable. I would say the characters were quite fun to see as you gallivant around the games various settings. Somethings that I felt were less than pleasant about the game were its apparent lazy level design. The levels are straight forward and not that interesting. It also doesn't help that you pretty much play through the same levels twice for in ascending and descending order fighting the same bosses multiple times. Another thing that I didn't approve of was the camera system. The game changes from fixed to free moving camera depending on what area of the map you are on and at times it disorientates. As it is a Capcom game, expect there to be lots of unlockables after you defeat the game. All in All, I would say this game was pretty good but with a little more time it could have been really good.


The last great DMC awesome

ansonicte | June 21, 2014 | See all ansonicte's reviews »

In this game you are Nero or Dante, but the first character you use more time. The game have many different environments, castles, jungles, etc very diverse environments, however the enemies are all the same, or very similar. When you play as Dante seem that repeats all the areas the game, but with Dante, is a little monotonous. However worth wait a little and play the most fun parts of the game. I love how this game handles the combat system. In my opinion it's the best hack and slash, along with DmC, but more challenging that DmC. The awesome gameplay. As Nero you have plenty of awesome moves that you can use on your enemies. And As Dante also, or maybe more awesome even. It took me 36 hours to complete this game on Normal difficulty level, You don't need a controller for this one, you can play it with your keyboard, but it is much better to play with a controller, I played with a gamepad of xbox360 and is 100% recommended.


The last great DMC awesome

ansonicte | June 21, 2014 | See all ansonicte's reviews »

In this game you are Nero or Dante, but the first character you use more time. The game have many different environments, castles, jungles, etc very diverse environments, however the enemies are all the same, or very similar. When you play as Dante seem that repeats all the areas the game, but with Dante, is a little monotonous. However worth wait a little and play the most fun parts of the game. I love how this game handles the combat system. In my opinion it's the best hack and slash, along with DmC, but more challenging that DmC. The awesome gameplay. As Nero you have plenty of awesome moves that you can use on your enemies. And As Dante also, or maybe more awesome even. It took me 36 hours to complete this game on Normal difficulty level, You don't need a controller for this one, you can play it with your keyboard, but it is much better to play with a controller, I played with a gamepad of xbox360 and is 100% recommended.


Still great without Dante as main character.

Furrek | June 14, 2014 | See all Furrek's reviews »

Before I played this game I've heard that it sucks, because Dante is not the main character in this one. This was my first Devil May Cry and I loved it. Sure, I did played after other Devil May Cry games, but I still think that this is the one that I had most fun. People may not enjoy the story, but it's just a nice addon to the awesome gameplay. As Nero you have plenty of awesome moves that you can use on your enemies. Those are also very effective. Not only game is beatiful but also very satisfactory when making combos with higher notes. It took 50 hours from my life to complete this game on every difficult level, so it sure is long playing time for action game like Devil May Cry. Also, you don't need a controller for this one, you can play it with your keyboard.


Awesome game

SpartanScooter | June 10, 2014 | See all SpartanScooter's reviews »

I love how this game handles the combat system. In my opinion it's the best hack and slash game on the PC right now, along with DmC. I also really enjoy how much work went into the graphics. It may be just me, but I think it looks better than DmC.


Pretty Good... For A While

narwhalninja224 | May 30, 2014 | See all narwhalninja224's reviews »

This game starts off with Nero and his devil bringer arm. You go through many different environments, but the enemies are all the same. Halfway into it...(Spoilers) you play as Dante, and it messes me up. I was so used to playing with Nero and his combos that when I played as Dante, it felt too sudden of a change. Not only that, but the environments you went through with Nero, you back track as Dante, so its like you play the whole game again as Dante. The game was good, just no diversity whatsoever.


A Fast Paced Exciting Game

Darkrai64 | May 29, 2014 | See all Darkrai64's reviews »

Devil May Cry 4 is exhilarating and very fast paced. If you are not on your toes, you will not do well. It has a learning curve, but there are multiple difficulty modes. New players can play on the easier difficulty modes In order to learn how to perform some impressive combos. Once you learn how to perform these combos, the game becomes even more fun! The graphics are great and the gameplay is solid. However, the developers became lazy with the second part of the game and basically mirrored the first part of the game with some added areas/bosses. Otherwise, with two characters to play as, six difficulty modes, the PC exclusive Legendary Dark Knight difficulty mode (which spawns more enemies than normal), blood palace, and more, Devil May Cry 4 has a good amount of replayability.


Skip the cutscenes, Enjoy the gameplay

SpectreKelevra | May 29, 2014 | See all SpectreKelevra's reviews »

If you skip the story entirely, You'll find a very good game underneath. Responsive controls, Innovative and dynamic level design, Streamlined path and a variety of moves. My only quip with the weapon system is that having to switch weapons mid combat tends to break the flow, at least for me, but perhaps that's a subjective matter, as I hate having specific ways to kill normal enemies. It's a very fun game, however easy and forgiving on the score, but you can make your own challenges with the style system.


A crazy game

UltraJake | March 5, 2014 | See all UltraJake's reviews »

First off, this is a silly game. If you can't handle campy action scenes this will not be the game for you. If you can, and you like crazy games in general, it's a perfect fit. It's a game that can be as simple or as complex as you want it to be, letting you do simple combos if you wish or incredibly complex ones if you can manage. The PC port is incredible, with amazing performance and even a new game mode that exists solely because it can. Hopefully you have a controller though.


Still crazy after all these years

DashKrimson | Dec. 6, 2013 | See all DashKrimson's reviews »

A lot was made over the stylistic changes, PR mistakes and resultant fan backlash over this year's Devil May Cry reboot. As such, I decided to try out the previous iteration of the original series, the then equally reviled Devil May Cry 4. Why? Because once again, the familiar form of debonaire dandy-man demon-hunter Dante was not the main character. No, this time we had to take on the role of a younger white-haired, sword-and-gun-wielding hell-raiser calling himself Nero (obviously referencing antagonist Nelo Angelo from the original DMC, to which extent you'll find out later), who's out to protect his girlfriend Kyrie and the Sparda-worshipping Order Of The Sword from Dante, demon attacks and the Order's own conspiracies. To this end, he is cursed/blessed with a demonically-possessed arm called the Devil Bringer, which can be used to grapple with and stun enemies in concert with his turbo-charged blade and super-charged revolver, all of which gives the Yongster a different, more measured flavour of fighting style to Dante's style-switching craziness. The game is hardly perfect - although Nero isn't nearly as bad a lead as many said at the time of release, he's still a bit plain and single-minded compared to Dante's almost Vaudevillian showmanship and practiced swagger, qualities which originally endeared him to the fanbase. Also, as mentioned before, Nero fights differently to Dante - a slower, more methodical style, dependent on judicious use of the Devil Bringer for the best results, both damage and grade-wise. Also, he lacks the multiple styles and weapons that Dante brought to the table. In his favour, though, his Devil Bringer does gain new abilities throughout the adventure through shop upgrades, and he does gain the Devil Trigger at a certain point in the game, boosting his DB powers immensely. Even before this awakening to his true power, he is never less than fun to play as, so I would consider him a worthy addition to the DMC roster - had that roster lasted. Now, this is a review of the PC version, available for direct download on steam for a ridiculously low price, and regarded by most as the very best version of the game, eclipsing the console versions by miles. What sets the PC version apart from the console versions, you ask? Well, how about a rock-solid 60 FPS framerate, even on the most modest of PC setups? Or the Legendary Dark Knight difficulty mode, which throws hundreds of enemies per fight at you in an almost Dynasty Warriors level of excess? What about Turbo Mode, which speeds up gameplay? All these modes and other additions besides serve to make the PC version of DMC4 a cut above the rest, and it looks better to boot! The only caveat to that is that it is designed for use with gamepads only, so all you keyboard warriors out there are out of luck, I'm afraid. Overall, I'd say that this game is well worth the lunch money it costs to buy, since it will run on any dual-core notebook or school PC, and look and play great in the process. As for whether it's better than the reboot? I haven't played enough of the reboot to judge that fairly, but I'll tell you this - DMC4 certainly looks more appealing!


Keeps on with the DMC tradition, but repetitive.

TheMagicaos1 | Nov. 11, 2013 | See all TheMagicaos1's reviews »

As a typical Devil May Cry game should be, this game has guns swords and an enemy that only die a hundred hits away, if that is the case of your game then you are playing Devil may cry, the start is slow but after that fun is guaranteed, getting up with the combos and slashing everything that comes infront of you is seriously rewarding, opening secret rooms and the ability to upgrade your weapons, it gets boring after some time but if you are in the appetit for some devil may cry then you will fastly come back. The story was not that exciting but with the appearance of previous devil may cry protagonist and the welcome to a brand new character was fun. Recommended for all of you that have played a hack n slash game or any of the devil may cry games, you will like it.


Repetitive, but in the best way

BLUEKOOLAIDMAN7 | Nov. 4, 2013 | See all BLUEKOOLAIDMAN7's reviews »

A lot of the criticism towards this game stems from its repetitive nature. While this is true, and you will find yourself fighting the same bosses over and over, traversing the same environments back and forth, DMC4 always finds a new wrinkle to throw in the fold to keep it interesting. A big emphasis in this game is doing things at stylish as possible, so fighting the same enemies also gives you a chance to perfect your fighting style and rack up some big points. Lastly, with two different characters to play as, each with a variety of moves, you never really feel like you are walking in circles, not when there are so many demons to destroy in devilish fashion (Pun intended).


Excellent but it will be more fast

andresshinkyo | Oct. 28, 2013 | See all andresshinkyo's reviews »

Excellent hack-n-slash, tons of fun, outstanding graphics and terrifyng enemies, but I feel is a little slow...


Not as good as DMC 3, but good enough as DMC 4.

abelegu2 | Oct. 21, 2013 | See all abelegu2's reviews »

If you have a controller, then this game will be up to par. The game just isn't designed for keyboards; it needs the controller to support it's great gameplay. just like its successors, it offers cool (although not as crispy cool as DMC 3) combat/gameplay, but unfortunately the story's a little meh. It's kind of anticlimactic after DMC 3's ending. It felt very God of War-ish in gameplay to me, but I wouldn't skip recommending it. If you're a fan of the DMC series, then this game is something you can't miss. New characters are introduced, and you play as Nero through a most of the game, making it feel a little weird as he looks a lot like young Dante. You get to play as grown-up Dante as well, providing a good mix of old and new powers you can toy around with. The enemies and bosses are generally fun to combat, although sometimes they can get dragged out. Recommended to get on a sale! It's practically given away at 75% sale.


Faithful installmen to the DMC series

nico7 | Oct. 20, 2013 | See all nico7's reviews »

If you like the other DMC games, you'll like this one. The storyline is decent. DMC 3 was better in that respect. Gameplay is what you would expect. The coolest feature is being able to play Dante after you've put some time into the game. I didn't read any reviews prior to playing this game so I wasn't aware that he was still a playbale character. Even better, his battle system is even better than Nero's. You get used to playing with Nero and developing his fighting style, then you get Dante and things are completely different. I would of thought it would be similar but it seems that the devlopers put a lot of time in creating two kinds of battle systems. The basics are the same I guess but the special weapons and how you alternate them are not the same. The leveling up system of collecting souls and buying new moves/items is the same. The normal enemies are fun to mow down, but where this game really shines is the boss battles. Seriously, the boss battles are really fun. However, they are not as challenging. I would recommend this game, especially now at the writing of this review since it's on sale!


Great stuff

PfantzyPantz | Aug. 24, 2013 | See all PfantzyPantz's reviews »

It's an absolute joy to play, fast paced and crazy, fits quite well into the series. Both Nero and Dante play beautifully and completely differently, Dante fans will love the on-the-fly switching of styles for him. It's a lengthy game, though the big issue arises with that. The 2nd half of the game is basically a complete backtracking of what you just did, just with Dante. Still fun, but less interesting. The music is fantastic and the art direction is delicious. Very well optimized and looks amazing, highly recommend.


You may cry if you haven't play this game

y1985 | Aug. 20, 2013 | See all y1985's reviews »

One of the best Action Hack and Slashing games of all time. Features with unique weapon and combo style, slashing and blasting with guns is hell of fun. If you're new to the series this might confuse you because Story line doesn't tell you anything. Beside, you play as Nero not the same old Protagonist, Dante(eventually, you can play as Dante). Difficulty is not too hard but don't expect a cake walk here. The game is challenging and sometime quite frustrated if you didn't used to the control or play with keyboard. Graphic is really good, smooth FPS and effect and animation is awesome. Better try the whole series if you have a chance. I really enjoy playing this game



PeppaJ6 | Aug. 11, 2013 | See all PeppaJ6's reviews »

One of my favorite gaming series of all time! If you own or have played the first three titles, this one's a must buy. You get to play as both Nero (the main star of the title) and Dante later on in the game's storyline, both of which get to kill just as many demons and their minions as in the previous titles. I can't say I've played this on the PC, but I'm sure the experience is all the better on a nice gaming rig. If hacking and slashing are what you're after, you've definitely found a diamond in the rough.


From the point of view of someone whose only played #4

lucaswrite | Aug. 2, 2013 | See all lucaswrite's reviews »

This is the only Devil May Cry game I've played. All in all, I'd say that I enjoyed it. I played it in the early days of the 360 when this game first came out, and I have to say it's a pretty fun hack and slash. There's giant bosses to kill, and pretty grueling monsters to slay. The game offers relatively mind-numbing gameplay at times, but for the most part it's alright. The story is somewhat forgettable, but that doesn't deter the game from being good. It's all about the gameplay in Devil May Cry, and there's enough variety to play till the end and not get bored. Get this game if you're into hack and slashers.


Fun but dated.

FLD | July 7, 2013 | See all FLD's reviews »

Devil May Cry 3 stands among my favorite games of all time yet for some reason I only recently got around to playing this one. I hadn't heard very good things about it but I'd always meant to play it eventually. Having recently done so, I have to say I was not disappointed. In many ways, it feels like a prettier PS2 game. The controls feel kind of archaic and to say the graphics are dated would be an understatement. But as a massive fan of the Devil May Cry series, this game was both a fun and nostalgic experience. If you can get it on sale, I would recommend it.


Really Fun

Xflasher | July 6, 2013 | See all Xflasher's reviews »

One of the best of the whole series and would highly recommend to all spectacle fighter games fans and DMC fans.


Must buy H&S game

lagendofdoom | July 6, 2013 | See all lagendofdoom's reviews »

Do you want a game that will bring you alot of action ? Do you want a game where you need to use your skills ? If yes then Devil may cry 4 is the game for you. DMC 4 is a game where you need to put all your skills in to the game Not only that but the game itself has a great storyline with great characters and alot of combos also we can't forget about some awesome boss fights that the game brings us. in other words Devil May Cry 4 is just an AWESOME game with one of the best gameplay that you will ever experience


My fav story in the dmc series.

nucture | July 4, 2013 | See all nucture's reviews »

Nero is awesome. Amazing voice actor and his arm brings a whole new gameplay scene to the dmc table. The story is enjoyable unlike some of the previous. (to me anyways.) Nice graphics and cheap price. Buy this if you want a very fun and interesting hack n slash.


Damned fun Hack and slash game if you don´t care for a story

coldtavi | June 27, 2013 | See all coldtavi's reviews »

DMC 4 is a very good hardcore action title even when Nero may not be as cool as Dante and the story tries to tell a serious and dramatic story but fails miserably. But that doesn´t matter since DMC was always about the gameplay and you also later get the chance to play as Dante so you betcha you get your money worth. Especially when you play it on the higher difficulties on which it was meant to be played. So lets get to the faults :the plattforming isn´t fun at all and no it is not because i suck at it.You are just very limited in Jumping and general movement. Second. the PC port is almost a joke.It has very limited customizationoptions ,the mouse and keyboard controls feel awkward so you might better plug in a controller at least the game has no gamebreaking bugs and runs well.



dsknucklehead | June 23, 2013 | See all dsknucklehead's reviews »

It's faced paced, action packed, shooting and slicing fun. Pretty visuals and challenging game play.


Lots of fun

jovi44 | June 22, 2013 | See all jovi44's reviews »

Devil May Cry is full of fast paced action, which the combat system rewards players for precisely timed combos. It isn't one of the best looking games out there, but the graphics and colours match the feel of the game. It has fun replay-ability as well, as you can change modes which drastically change the game play, like enemies learning new attacks or everyone, including you, dies in one hit. However, it can get a bit repetitive, as you do the same things over and over again like fighting similar enemies throughout out the whole game. I'd recommend this game to anyone who enjoys hack and slash games as the combat system is challenging to learn but rewarding when you get the hang of it.



Tkayotic | June 21, 2013 | See all Tkayotic's reviews »

Love this game! Devil May Cry was one of my favourite video game series. If you love hack and slash games, then this is the one for you. Personally I felt the story lacked a bit, and level designs got kind of boring. But the fast pace Hack and Slash will compensates for that. Although PC controls can feel pretty stiff. I'll recommend a Xbox Game Pad to get the full comfortable experience.


Can even be played with controller!

drafek | June 21, 2013 | See all drafek's reviews »

This game is great, first of all the game does look alot like the console version of the game, the game can be played with a xbox controller pretty easy. The graphics of this game alright, but you can see it's a console port. The sound of this game is good. The story is interested and will take a few hours to complete. This version also includes some extra things which aren't in the console version. Worth full price.


Needs controller to play perfectly

onewinged90 | June 21, 2013 | See all onewinged90's reviews »

The port on this game isn't half bad, but do not expect the controls to be exactly as the reboot DMC Devil May Cry. I feel that the story of this fourth installment is really good compared to the previous 3 games, enhanced graphics too.