I love hack and slash games I only played the demos of DMC4 and DmC: Devil May Cry but other then those I've never played a full game for the series.
Although I like the demo of DmC: Devil May Cry it was pretty short so I don't know if the gameplay actually gets better in the full game (as in the more I progress I get more moves and gameplay becomes more deeper etc.)
Would this game be worth it for a person who's never played DmC but really likes hack and slash games?
Also is there a difficulty setting?
It's a very enjoyable game in a genre you like, which you like the demo of, and has a price dropped low enough for any budget.
Do you really need a bunch of #jazzmasters to rule for you?
Don't ask yourself should you get DmC, ask yourself what kind of person you are.
Lol, I agree. Good point. --- Hey, I just saved the world. Buy me ice cream!
Actually I think this game is pretty solid, but if you can, I would recommend you to get DMC4 or DMC3, they are better than this game. Not to say this game is not good though. If I give a score, it will be DMC3 - 9.5 DMC4- 9.0, DmC - 7.7 . Ya, and it also depends on what difficulty of games you like to play, DMC3 is considered the hardest, while DMC4 is easier and DmC is too easy.
As much as I love SE I started with DA. Not having the option of starting a fresh file on Hard has always frustrated me (outside of inputting the code, which makes playing the other stuff redundant). I can d a fresh run of Hard with Vergil, but I generally only do one run of Vergil anyway. --- "Showing off is the fool's idea of glory" ~ Bruce Lee