The Devil May Cry series has a dedicated group of followers all over the world. Originally a console game, DMC received overwhelming response if this was ported to PC the very first time. Since then, this series has thrilled many of us with hours of solid game play with no holds barred combat with demons, undead, evil humans and just what not. The current discharge of DMC 4 has further bolstered this series, passing on a leverage for the first time.
As always, the sport features the devil hunter Dante in the lead. As always, Dante's power of transforming right into a demon under certain situations continues to be retained. Give a loaded gun and a razor-sharp sword and you've got Dante, badder than ever. This time around, however, you aren't getting to plow car game as the stylish devil hunter, a brand new hero can also be provided with whom you must play for two-thirds from the game. Enter Nero, part of a mystical clan who's hunting Dante to avenge the murder of their leader some in the past. Nero does not have a remarkable arsenal like Dante, but he's a demonic arm which does come in handy in doling out damage in spades. Nero can pull enemies from afar and throw them around, chop them track of his sword, 'the Red Queen' and shoot through their heads together with his pistol, 'the Blue Rose'. The demonic arm brings a good amount of variety towards the game which is a real lot of fun pulling off tough combos to be able to receive great bonuses to damage, health or any other statistics. Later into the game, Nero acquires an enchanted weapon that is a wonder to behold.
When you are getting to manage Dante, you will love the arsenal he comes with. You will find the standard sword and pistol, with some mystical weapons. His trademark type of flipping enemies through the air together with his sword and shooting them through their marbles has been retained. Plus, there are more cool moves which we've not seen before. The only problem using the moves is that most of them involve chopping enemies up or slamming them against structures till their skulls bleed. Not a pretty sight. This time around, there's a lot of blood and gore, the sport almost appears like a bloodfest. While dedicated gamers should be able to handle the buckets of blood, gamers with queasy stomach better avoid this title. The graphic violence within this game is enough to make a grown man cringe at times.
The sport has benefited from some outstanding voice acting. Dante's voice radiates anger mellowed by experience, while Nero's wisecracks during combat and cheerful warmth while speaking with his ladylove betray his youthful exuberance deep inside. The vistas are exquisite. The amount are gorgeous, and also the rendering of the bosses superb. DMC made a great progress way from the wire-frame graphics featured in the first title, and the shiny, clear textures and awesome lighting make playing DMC 4 a memorable experience.