Because they agree with it. If they don't agree with the score, it's either a paid-off review or the person reviewing it "doesn't know about it, or is a hater." If they agree with it, then "it's good to finally see some JUSTICE done!"
People just can't accept that they don't like something, despite it being well-received, or liking something despite it being critically panned.
Whatever, it's Devil May Cry. It's like arguing over KOTOR or KotOR - it's the same friggin' thing.
Sorry, I guess I should reiterate - when I see "D" "m" and "C" in a row, I immediately assume Devil May Cry when it's on a gaming forum. I typically specify if I mean the reboot or the original, and thus the capitalization aspect of it doesn't matter to me. Given that there's a new Devil May Cry game coming out tomorrow, I assume any references to "DMC," "DmC," or "dmc" are all about this newer reboot, unless it specifies otherwise.
So, to me, it's like arguing over KOTOR or KotOR. They stand for the same words, and reference the same thing. It's like when I see topics about "Tomb Raider," and can fairly easily discern the difference in usage between the new Tomb Raider named "Tomb Raider," or the original one, named "Tomb Raider."