Is it any better than the demo? Once I played the demo my hype level dropped through the floor. It was incredibly shallow, boring and easy
-mash square -enemy is about to attack -point the stick at them -continue to mash square -flawless victory
I wanted to like the game but I can find few qualities in it that I consider redeeming other than the animation and graphics
Well i'm playing it on hard, but yea, your not gonna get far doing that. The timing seems stricter and you aren't fightning the simple minions and baby geckos the whole time, but I wouldnt say doing combos is old devil may cry hard. They are incredibly stylish if you know what you are doing, however, and it lets YOU figure out the combos for the most part, instead of for instance, telling you how to do a certain move. It definately has more depth to it than DmC, that's for sure.
I don't want to give to much away, but there are also times when you should definately be using stealth instead of fighting, becasue some of the enemies are trouble (especially in groups). There's plenty more depth than whats in the demo, from what I've seen so far.
I kinda wish the Jack the Ripper persona was in all stars though it might be similar to Kratos' God mode super. --- Official Selvaria Bles of the PSASBR Board Official Yu "Broswagonist" Narukami of the PSASBR Board
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I'm getting into the MGS series because I want to play MGR because of the epic Title Screen.
Lol come for the title screen, stay for arguably the best VG series (at least story wise, imo).
Btw, If you wanna see some of the best the series has to offer, I recommend MGS 3: snake eater first. It's really a prequel to mgs, so it shouldn't ruin anything for you, and it'll give you a richer understanding of the complete story (If you can follow it all, because truth is, there is a lot to grasp. Hideo Kojima is really into details).