How does this compare to DMC 3?

#1Alastor-10Posted 3/17/2013 3:05:55 PM
And I don;t mean/care difficulty wise.
The thing I liked about DMC3 was the amount of variety, aka, the upgradable classes, weapons and move set and the challenging bosses. Does this deliver?
I played the demo and i wasn;t really impressed with the angel/hell weapons. Felt like it complicated combat/getting around too much, maybe i just need to get used to it.
#2smithkakarotPosted 3/17/2013 3:06:38 PM
You can't even purchase new moves, just damage upgrades.
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#3DecaprePosted 3/17/2013 3:09:06 PM
No talking.
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#4Alastor-10(Topic Creator)Posted 3/17/2013 3:09:28 PM
Ouch, is it fair to call this game a downgrade?
#5OracleGunnerPosted 3/17/2013 3:10:08 PM
Alastor-10 posted...
Ouch, is it fair to call this game a downgrade?


Its an understatement but yeah.
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#6RD_21Posted 3/17/2013 3:12:33 PM
smithkakarot posted...
You can't even purchase new moves, just damage upgrades.


That's not true at all.
#7smithkakarotPosted 3/17/2013 3:13:13 PM
RD_21 posted...
smithkakarot posted...
You can't even purchase new moves, just damage upgrades.


That's not true at all.


Elaborate, then. I admit I could be mistaken, but that's what I heard.
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#8UbberDevilPosted 3/17/2013 3:15:02 PM
smithkakarot posted...
RD_21 posted...
smithkakarot posted...
You can't even purchase new moves, just damage upgrades.


That's not true at all.


Elaborate, then. I admit I could be mistaken, but that's what I heard.


You do purchase new moves but, yes, there are also upgrades to those moves. For instance, you have to buy stinger, roulette, and drive/overdrive for Rebellion.
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#9smithkakarotPosted 3/17/2013 3:20:47 PM
I...see.
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#10KyryloPosted 3/17/2013 3:26:40 PM
Alastor-10 posted...
And I don;t mean/care difficulty wise.
The thing I liked about DMC3 was the amount of variety, aka, the upgradable classes, weapons and move set and the challenging bosses. Does this deliver?
I played the demo and i wasn;t really impressed with the angel/hell weapons. Felt like it complicated combat/getting around too much, maybe i just need to get used to it.


You probable be satisfied with weapons...that's all. All bosses are scripted sand bags: jump to one platform, hit couple of time, repeat. And such easy patterns implied for ALL bosses. + unlike previous games they use same pattern on ALL difficulties. Also weapons are partially useless. honestly you need only 3 weapons. Rest is just place filler. And finally, not there are no classes aka styles in this game.