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Devil May Cry- PlayStation 2

Devil May Cry- PlayStation 2
alaScore 82

107 reviews

Oct, 2015

alaTest has collected and analyzed 107 reviews of Devil May Cry- PlayStation 2. The average rating for this product is 4.3/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other PlayStation 2 Games (PS2) for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 2 Games (PS2) the Devil May Cry- PlayStation 2 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 107 reviews)

Expert Reviews  

User Reviews  

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Expert review by: Terence Gage (

Devil May Cry - PS2 review at Thunderbolt Games


The son of Sparda

Oct, 2007

Expert review by: MyGamer (

Devil May Cry on Playstation 2


Devil May Cry

DMC can feel too mission based. There are hardly any cinemas to flesh out more story in between each mission. DMC has a cool setting and interesting characters, but players never learn too much about them until the end. DMC's bosses are awesome, but...

Sep, 2004

Expert review by: Mark Smith (

Devil May Cry - ps2


Everything about this game is evolutionary. It combines the best features of several games to create something totally original. The graphics, level design, combat, and gameplay are simply incredible and push the PS2 to the very limits

Sep, 2001

Expert review by: Chris Cruz (

Devil May Cry


A wonderful cross-genre title, equally suited to fans of survival horror and action games.

Coupled with the awesome graphics is equally awesome music. The tunes in Devil May Cry are a reflection of the game itself: hard, fast, and angry. Background music is mostly situational, with some of the loudest and most blood-pumping themes reserved...

May, 2001

Expert review by: (

Devil May Cry


Expert review by: Paul Younger (

Devil May Cry Review


It's a rare and magical thing when a reviewer is caught off-guard by a game that delivers more...

It's a small point perhaps but one that enhances the experience of being in a fantastic world where the shadows crawl with hidden danger. Devil May Cry may not be the most mentally challenging game on the planet. True, its sometimes awkward camera...

Apr, 2008

Expert review by: (

Devil May Cry


Ladies and Gentlemen, please cast your minds back, back many moons ago, when the PS2 was young. Yes, that’s good. Do you remember Onimusha? Well of course you do, it was only four months ago after all. Well here is the game to finally claim the crown...

You take on the role of Dante, a half mortal, half devil hybrid. Oh yeah, Dante’s Father happened to be the Legendary Devil Warrior Lord Sparda. Handy that, wouldn’t be up to much if his dad was a milkman called Keith from Romford (no offence...

Jan, 2002

Consumer review by: wrestler (

Not bad, but an unfortunate underachiever


Devil May Cry 2 is meant to be a sequel to the original DMC, released in 2001. While the first Devil May Cry provided the gamer with a terrific variation on the Survival Horror theme with its dynamic action style and bad boy hero Dante, this second...

Graphics, sound, general mechanics of the game

duration, difficulty level, story (ies)

Jan, 2007

Consumer review by: azn_dude59 (

Perfection? But not really there yet


Ever since I have played the first version of Devil May Cry I couldn't wait for the second game to come out, The game was such a trill to play there was pure hardcore action with every turn. When my friend got the second game I borrowed it from him...

Great graphics, good music

bad camera views, bosses can be at less a Challenge

Mar, 2006

Consumer review by: ibid6336 (

Under Appreciated


Devil May Cry 2 gets a lot of bad comments made about it because it didn't live up to the first game. Well I've never played the first game. Well not yet... But I did play Devil May Cry 2. I thought it was awesome. But that's because I'm NOT comparing...

Greatest Character in a Video Game! Style, Cool Weapons

Camera, Lack of Story

May, 2005