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Rock-solid frame rates.
Looks amazing in DX10.
Combat is downright orgasmic.
Extraordinary action sequences.
Nero is a great new character with some terrific new moves.
Features some of the most painful backtracking ever.
Controls on the keyboard fail bigtime.
You need a gamepad if you want the proper experience.
Environments and boss fights are repeated far too often.
Puzzles and platforming aren't much fun and chop up the pace too much.
By Custom PC on September 24, 2008
Despite its flaws, the game is playable; its safe to say that if you liked any of the previous games, youll enjoy this one. For newcomers, its a mixed bag; while the simplified key combos, relentless combat and tutorial will certainly bring you up...
By GamePyre on September 06, 2008
If you’ve played and liked Final Fantasy VII Crisis Core, then you will really have a blast playing through Devil May Cry 4. It is a beautiful game from just about every aspect. The story is well written, the voice acting is done fairly well, and...
By Tech2 on August 05, 2008
Throughout the first half of the game, you play as the newcomer to the series – Nero. Nero’s got the same moves as the series veteran Dante; only he gets to use his Devil Arm or ‘Devil Bringer’ to do everything from slamming the...
By GameZone on July 29, 2008
Devil May Cry 4 may not be the complete overall title of the DMC franchise but for many PC owners this will be their introduction to the series. What you get is a great title with plenty of action to keep you busy and enough eye candy to melt your...
By VideoGamer on July 26, 2008
Looks brilliant on the right hardware, New Legendary difficulty mode, Nero isn't as good as Dante, Lots of...
By GameSpot on July 23, 2008
Plug in your gamepad and brace yourself: Devil May Cry 4 on the PC is every bit the equal of the console versions....
By NowGamer on July 11, 2008
A highly accomplished beat-em-up makes it to PC unscathed. A little exclusive content would have been appreciated but at least the game plays brilliantly. 8.2/10Print this pageUser reviews (0)Share this pageNoticed something wrong? Report...
By 1UP on July 09, 2008
I can't figure Capcom out. The developer goes to the trouble of bringing one of its console hits to the PC, and then puts out a port that doesn't have anything new or interesting for PC gamers. Sure, it's Devil May Cry 4, and by golly, its...
By Games Radar on July 08, 2008
There is a reason we’ve given so much space to this Capcom stunner; something that previously seemed destined to arrive mangled during the trip from console to PC. Amazingly though, Devil May Cry 4 is a slick, PC-enhanced title, not a hastily...
By Strategy Informer on January 01, 2006
This review will be focusing on what Capcom have done with Devil May Cry 4 on the PC, so for a broader perspective you should check out our Xbox 360 review.Tap into your own rigs demonic powerBe sure to give your visual ambitions a test run firstThe...
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