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DmC Devil May Cry- PS3

DmC Devil May Cry- PS3
alaScore 93

15 reviews

Sep, 2014

  • No negative mentions yet

alaTest has collected and analyzed 15 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the usability and action. The story and design are also appreciated.

design, story, action, usability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the DmC Devil May Cry- PS3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 93/100 = Excellent quality.

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DmC: Devil May Cry Review

 

Reboots have been big this generation. In my humble opinion, however, Devil May Cry wasn't one of the franchises that seemed to be in desperate need of a reimagining. The last couple of entries have offered fantastic action goodness and for the most...

The Ugly: “The ugly is half the fun! The uglier it is, the more satisfying it is to kill it.”

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DMC: Devil May Cry PS3 Review

 

When it was first announced, DMC: Devil May Cry wasn't exactly met with warmth by the Devil May Cry fan base. They didn't appreciate the fact that the iconic series hero Dante didn't have white hair anymore, nor did they have much enthusiasm for the...

DMC: Devil May Cry is a very different game to earlier entries in the series, making it difficult to accept for the fans that didn’t believe it was in need of changing. On its own terms however, the game has plenty in the way of strengths and its most...

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DmC Devil May Cry

 

Yes, Dante has had a dye-job and a hair-cut. But if you look past his new duds, is he worthy?

Ninja Theory have been faithful to the original games, but still added enough of their own lick of originality to warrant the return. While there have been a few decisions that fans will disagree with, their stylish reboot of a beloved franchise is...

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DmC Devil May Cry review: Better than the devil you know

 

Thus far, DmC has been defined by the caustic relationship between Ninja Theory and a vocal subset of hateful fans. At the epicentre of the controversy is a new look Dante; he's not the Dante these fans want, entirely because he doesn't look like the...

Deep combat systems ; Interesting story and characters ; An outstandingly designed array of environments

By the numbers boss encounters ; Dull enemies ; Occasional camera hiccups