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Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition





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Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition





Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition will include all the dynamic action and style introduced in the original 2008 release, which sold more than 3 million units worldwide, plus Legendary Dark Knight Mode, gameplay improvements, and three new playable characters in addition to the previously playable Nero and Dante.

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The smash-hit stylish action game DMC4 is back and better than ever, boasting new playable characters and game modes!

 Vergil is back and better than ever! Trish is easy to handle, but turns up the heat with her combos! And Lady is playable for the first time in the series!

 Take on hordes of enemies in Legendary Dark Knight Mode!

 Enjoy stunning 1080p visuals at 60FPS!

 Other improvements, including auto-save, to enhance your playing experience!

Video output in Full HD 1080p requires 1080p native display.

Additional hardware required for Remote Play.

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Sony Interactive Entertainment
Sony Interactive Entertainment
Sony Interactive Entertainment
Tuesday, June 23, 2015
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Minimum Requirements
  • 1 player
  • 19GB minimum save size
  • Remote Play
  • 1080p HD Video Output
Recommended Requirements

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Reviews for Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition

Enjoyable when it came out, backtracking aside, and includes new content

Devil May Cry 4 introduced a new playable character, Nero, who could make use of a sword that, with a correctly timed button press, could hit enemies faster and harder as you use it. He also makes use of a revolver and a demonic right arm, as well as a different kind of devil transformation than Dante. He is enjoyable to play as, and you spend the first half of the game playing as him, typically with cutscenes being more serious than when Dante shows up. Halfway through the game you take control of Dante again who can now shift between four different styles of combat and gives you control of his old weapons as well as new weapons gained by defeating enemies. Dante's sections are more humorous in nature and tend to include some of the most amusing parts of the series, unfortunately most of the sections with Dante have you backtracking through the levels you just finished with Nero, even having you defeat many of the same bosses again. The combat has the fast paced and enjoyable elements of other games like Devil May Cry 3 and Bayonetta, the game includes many different difficult modes, including ones where everything is killed in one hit (including you) and a mode where only you die in one hit, and the special edition gives some nice extras with new characters to play as.

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