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Devil May Cry 3- PS2

Devil May Cry 3- PS2
alaScore 91

219 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 219 reviews from magazines and websites.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 2 Games (PS2) the Devil May Cry 3- PS2 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 91/100 = Excellent quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 219 reviews)

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Devil May Cry 3:Dante's Awakening Special Edition Review

 

2006 saw the release of the Special Edition. Is it special?

Also added in the Bloody Palace Mode, which is akin to a survival mode. You face a certain number of enemies per floor and then can advance 1, 10 or 100 floors until the end. It is a fun endurance challenge and a great way to collect red orbs for...

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Devil May Cry 3 Special Edition

 

Call it a Director's Cut, Special Edition, whatever. Sometimes it pays to wait.

For those who like a challenge, DMC3 is a good choice. The game is less about story, experience or ambience and more about mastering the artful techniques and challenges presented by the game. It's a very time-consuming, frustrating but rewarding and...

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Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition - PS2 review at Thunderbolt Games

 

Several centuries ago, a man named Dante Alighieri wrote one of the most influential works of modern literature. In the Divine Comedy, Dante portrays himself as a mere traveler wandering into the dark depths of Hell. At his side, the legendary poet...

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Devil May Cry 3 on Playstation 2

 

Dante's Renaissance

The graphical style is different from the original DMCs. Dante looks much younger, less buff, and more realistic. Monsters from DMC1 and 2, like the witch-ghosts with scissors, look much better, with more anatomically-accurate proportions and a...

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Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening - ps2

 

If it isn't obvious by now, I'm a Dante fan. I hold a little place in my heart for this character right next to Luigi and Link. That's because, like Zelda and Mario games, Devil May Cry is one of those series of games that simply got it all right. It...

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Devil May Cry 3

 

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Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening - PS2 review at Thunderbolt Games

 

There's no denying it: violence is an excellent staple for a video game.

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Devil May Cry 3

 

When it was first introduced, Devil May Cry was touted as the “all-original, PS2-exclusive” series – along with Onimusha – that was supposed to make us forgive and forget that Capcom had taken Resident Evil and Dino Crisis away from Sony platforms. In...

Dante’s back … the real Dante, this time ; Smokin’ story, despite being a prequel ; The “my Dante” personality engine isn’t as distracting as I once feared it might be ; Combat engine largely improved from first chapter ; Good enough to make you forget...

It’s short ; For a game subtitled Dante’s Awakening, Dante seems surprisingly in-touch with his powers and history from the word go ; Default control-mapping doesn’t feel like the most-natural setup, requiring the gamer to change the default...

A top-notch story drives a much-improved installment to the series, DMC3 didn’t just tweak the graphics but made vast improvements to the combat engine and other game play elements, making Devil May Cry 3: Dante’s Awakening one of the top...

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Devil May Cry 3

 

Half human, half demon, all angst.

The music is nicely tuned to the game, featuring grinding heavy metal riffs that fit the main character and the subject matter perfectly. If you aren't into the tunes, chances are you won't be into Dante, either. It's a whole package a very well...

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Devil May Cry 3

 

GamesMaster catches up with Dante and his punishing sequel.

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