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DmC Devil May Cry- Xbox 360

DmC Devil May Cry- Xbox 360
alaScore 89

19 reviews

Jun, 2018

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 19 reviews of DmC Devil May Cry- Xbox 360. The average rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Xbox 360 Games for all reviews. Reviewers really like the story. The design also gets good feedback.

design, story

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the DmC Devil May Cry- Xbox 360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Richard Walker (

DmC: Devil May Cry


Not in a million years!” That's a sentiment that Devil May Cry fans might have cried out when news reached their ears that Ninja Theory had taken over their beloved franchise for a reboot at the behest of Capcom. In DmC, it's a cheeky dig at those very...

A bright new beginning for Dante, Ninja Theory's DmC is a triumph and a positive first step towards things to come. Capcom's most successful collaboration with a western studio to date, DmC is also Ninja Theory's finest game. SSSensational.

Jan, 2013

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DmC: Devil May Cry Review


DmC is exactly the new Devil May Cry game we have been looking for.

Overall, I really enjoyed DmC. Yes, it's darker, grittier, and deals with more relevant issues, but it's still everything I want from a Devil May Cry game. It tells the tale of a cocky demon-hunting protagonist that saves the day through fast-paced,...

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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

Jan, 2013

Expert review by : David Jenkins (

DmC Devil May Cry review – divine comedy


One of the most controversial reboots of recent years is finally ready for release, so how does the new Dante stack up against the old?

Hugely entertaining combat system is fluid, highly versatile, and relatively accessible. Some interesting visual tricks with the backdrops and an earnest, if unsubtle, plot

Very minor control issues and a lack of visual identity to some creatures. So-so boss battles and frustrating late-game enemies

An almost entirely successful reboot that still offers deep and flexible combat but in a more accessible and approachable form – and really, the new Dante’s not that bad.

Jan, 2013

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DmC Devil May Cry- Xbox 360


It was a bold move to reboot the popular Devil May Cry series, but it was a risk worth taking as Ninja Theory so evidently showed us with DmC: Devil May Cry. While Dante's physical characteristics have changed, he retains his badass attitude, showing...

Variety of weapons and abilities ; Creative level design ; Engaging music ; Story worthy of DmC franchise ; Great visual design ; Replayability due to several difficulty modes

Story ends…leaves us wanting more ; Camera issues ; Boss battles lack complexity

DmC: Devil May Cry is a worthy rebirth of the franchise as it possesses fast-paced chaotic action, which is diversified by the several weapons that make up Dante’s arsenal, an engaging soundtrack, and a story worthy of the DmC franchise. Ninja Theory...