So yeah, definitely Devil May Cry then. Very much something that fans of the series will dig, this new entry also serves as a new visual benchmark for real-time cinematics. Which, as over the top and stylish as they are (and they most certainly are), they also look incredible. Especially if your playing on a 4K console or high-end PC.
The action's still just as stylish too.
If you’ve never played a game in the series, the early moments can come across as borderline incomprehensible, but even for a tale as surprisingly off-beat as Devil May Cry 5’s – the characters all feel and behave and react in a larger-than-life way befitting a cinematic action game. This translates to the structure and ambition of the core combat, which splits its lengthy story and 20 missions across three playable heroes – Nero, V, and Dante. Each with their own weapons, move sets, and combat style. And looks too, with Nero being the scrappy and full of attitude youngster, V a cross between Criss Angel and Prince, and Dante the scoundrel with white hair and a perpetual smirk.
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