Is this game worth getting for a hack and slash fan?

#11ZeroX07Posted 6/8/2014 6:33:19 PM
QCTeamkill posted...
Raiden243 posted...
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.
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#12FireMage7777Posted 6/9/2014 3:17:23 AM
If you like HnS, don't buy DmC
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#13leo412Posted 6/9/2014 6:11:27 AM
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.
#14Ink-RibbonPosted 6/9/2014 7:04:17 AM
If you're expecting to play a good action game with ok gameplay, DmC is the game.

If you liked DMC 2, chances are you'll really like DmC too. It's not the best game ever made, but it's not the worst game ever made, either.

You should play it. It's better than DMC 2 ( which I liked ) and DMC 4 ( which I hated ).
#15Psychochild27Posted 6/9/2014 8:09:27 AM(edited)
DMC3 is considered the hardest, while DMC4 is easier and DmC is too easy.


DMC3 is nowhere near that bad if he picks up the Special Edition (which is the only version he should grab anyway for playable Vergil and Turbo Mode ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jAChZnRfAJ0 )).

Even if he somehow walks off with Dante's Awakening, a lot of the game's difficulty is front-loaded. Once you get to mission 6, the rest of the game is not -cake-, but it's very manageable.
#16ufaraPosted 6/9/2014 8:18:57 AM
Psychochild27 posted...
DMC3 is considered the hardest, while DMC4 is easier and DmC is too easy.


DMC3 is nowhere near that bad if he picks up the Special Edition (which is the only version he should grab anyway for playable Vergil and Turbo Mode ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jAChZnRfAJ0 )).

Even if he somehow walks off with Dante's Awakening, a lot of the game's difficulty is front-loaded. Once you get to mission 6, the rest of the game is not -cake-, but it's very manageable.


Silly Capcom of America shenanigans.
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#17NextGenCowboyPosted 6/9/2014 11:46:20 AM
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.
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