It's nice that we have at least one review publication that isn't totally beholden to industry giants. See how Forbes doesn't have any AAA gaming ads plastered all over their site? That's why their game columnists can be honest and unbiased.
haven't read the article! not because I'm what you hater would call a "pro", but because the idiot who wrote that article used the OLD OUTDATED Dante Design from the very first trailer as an picture for the heade. That's NO GOOD! this already shows that he hasn't really followed the games development, maybe even not played the game at all and now rampaging about something he doesn't know.
If he REALLY would be an professional, he wouldn't use outdated pics like this. I mean, I hate that old Dante design too, but between this, and now used design, lies WORLDS! Look! old design http://blogs-images.forbes.com/erikkain/files/2013/01/dmc4.jpg
new design http://fc06.deviantart.net/fs70/f/2012/209/c/7/dmc_dante_by_ivances-d58wdqa.png http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_mefvfvlryd1r1gdjho1_1280.jpg http://www.wallsonline.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/dmc-5-dante-ready-to-fight.jpg
Wow, you're right man! They totally got rid of one necklace and stuck his pants inside his boots instead of outside! WORLDS different!
I order you to cease any and all supernatural activity and return forthwith to your place of origin, or to the nearest convenient parallel dimension.
The only game I'd call art is Metal Gear Solid 4, for its specific kind of cutscene interaction, for its pointless weather information, and for the iPod and all that it brought. Some other stuff too, but I don't remember them at this point. I remember many game mechanics feeling very tongue in cheek.