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Devil May Cry 2

by Capcom
Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Mature
174 customer reviews
Metascore: 68 / 100

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Dante, the world's coolest demon slayer, is back to shake down the legions of the underworld. Armed with rock star good looks and more trash-talking attitude, Dante launches into a demonic new adventure with more moves, expansive environments and twice the sizzle of the original! This time Dante has a new partner in mayhem with the devilishly agile, Lucia. Together, they join forces against the hoards of evil in this stylish action thriller that's cooler than hell!

Devil May Cry 2, the sequel to the gothic horror classic, features more and bigger environments, including a Gotham-like city and an old European town. There are now two playable characters--allowing you to play as Dante or a brand-new heroine. And Dante is even more stylish and tough than before, having gained plenty of experience fighting demons. The level of animation and visual detail rivals a Hollywood action flick. Devil May Cry 2 will also track a player's skill level and adjust the enemies' difficulty according to how well players perform. And Dante now has more moves and attacks, plus an enhanced Devil Trigger: Once Dante's devil meter is full, he will be able to transform into a demon. This demon form features new visual effects and allows Dante to destroy enemies with one smashing blow.

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  • ASIN: B00007E1OA
  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches ; 5.6 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: December 13, 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (174 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,183 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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56 of 67 people found the following review helpful By G. Guberlal on February 9, 2003
Format: Video Game
The Gothic thriller taken to new hype. And in that last sentence there is one word that does not belong: Gothic. DMC 2 is essentially Shinobi Redux. There is no story, no mystery, and little more than pressing the buttons to acheive moves.
I strain to find any. But, Disc 2...Lucia's quest is a little better than Dante's. Still has all the cons, though she reminds me of BloodRayne.
1. Lack of a storyline, of any kind.
2. The camera angles are so bad that most of the time you are lost or don't know what you are fighting.
3. Dante's modeling is from a far distance and the combat is rhetorical at best.
4. It mimics Shinobi in most aspects. There's the empty city, deranged tanks and even copies of those hated dogs from Stage 3-A.
5. The swordplay was taken directly from Onimusha & Onimusha 2, it's that obvious. But, in this game...the sword will get you killed. It's all guns, no glory.
6. Dante is slow. He runs through the city in a crawl-like way and it takes forever to get from one place to another.
7. The beginning takes a lot from Tomb Raider and is quite pointless. You don't know where you are in this game and there's nothing to find.
8. It takes forever to power-up and there's not enough enemies in a single mission to get you the orbs to power-up.
9. The attack method is not similar to the original and The Matrix stunts won't get you the high demon rank.
10. Graphics. Twice the graphics, huh? The graphics can't hold a candle to Onimusha 2 in gameplay. The cutscenes aren't anywhere near Onimusha (1 or 2)and there is a scene where Dante slides down a pipe - similar to Final Fantasy X, though far less impressive. The main gameplay is reminiscent of BloodRayne...though...not in its league.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By N. Durham HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on February 7, 2003
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Considering Capcom's track record with sequels outshining the originals, I anxiously awaited the release of Devil May Cry 2. The original game, while not without its flaws, was a greatly executed game that combined great 3-D action of today's new era with older action gaming elements. Devil May Cry 2's problems come into play with the improvements made from the original. While the levels are quite larger than the original's, the level of detail and personality are nowhere to be found. The environments just look so generic and unappealing that they will become instantly forgettable. Dante has a few new moves that are easy to pull off, but are worth nothing more than to improve your stylish action rating. Dante also has a partner named Lucia, but her levels are pretty much the same as Dante's only shorter and some go in a reverse order. Also, Dane's ultra cool attitude that he had in the original we hardly see any of until late in the game, but then again the game is rather short, and players will walk away feeling disappointed. All in all, fans of the original should pick this up as a rental, but prepare to be disappointed.
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33 of 42 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 18, 2003
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Intro - Let it be known that I have not finished this game. I have enough information to write a temporary review, which will be properly enhanced and revised once I have beaten the game. The reason for me posting this now is because I know many gamers and people alike are interested in reading up on this highly anticapated sequel, due to the great success of the awesome original. For now, everything I say is worth reading if you are interested in this game, and want feedback from someone who actually played it, and does not work for the game company.
Regarding the first, I loved the first DMC, but the end was terrible. The guys at Capcom really didn't know how to end it, which is ashame because everything flowed perfectly until then. It is obvious that you don't through mini-games at the end of a action/adventure. The whole red airplane (for those who beat the original) idea was cheesy and lame. The game also didn't need that silly space shooter at the end before you fight the big boss who killed Dante's father.
Enough said about the original, the second seems to have really improved over everything thus far ... except the story which is less involved. I guess this could be a good thing, because the first DMC built up this story about Dante's father in hell and Dante never saw his father. Devil May Cry 2 is not focused on building up a big story, therefore we can't be disappointed when the end story becomes weak and chiche' like the first.
DEVIL MAY CRY 2 - Sorry, I had to get that off my chest. Now, this is my thus-far review on DMC 2! Dante hero has returned to continue his war against the underworld of demons and super-villains. Joined by a hot chick named Lucia, you can choose which character you want in the beginning of the game.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jospeh Dieguez on March 3, 2003
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For those of you who actually take the time to read the reviews don't miss this one because I will tell the truth. Any fan of the original Game is in for a big disappointment. While the moves and had stayed about the same it gets a little boring. The ranks for your combos are corny, the difficulty is not the same, and Dante (Our devil hunter) has lost his charter. In Devil May Cry the action would heat up when enemies would appear and give you a more stylized view of the game, there is not much of that in this game. To tell you the truth I beat this game in a Day; the last one took a week or more on easy.
On it's own compared to the hundreds of action games out there it is a good game. The ability to turn in to a Devil and wreck havoc is a fun prospect. There are many well-rendered scenes and cool moves. The weapons of both characters are unlimited which means no looking for special ammo to defeat the special boss. The boss battles lend a fair amount of difficulty having you find a different way to defeat each one.
Its flaws are few but strong enough to take away from the overall experience of the game. As I mentioned before Dante has lost the cool, cocky, elegance of the previous game, making him a bland straightforward action version of himself. The levels lack activity for there size. This makes you, sometimes, bored. The random battles help fill in the blanks but you can get annoyed every so often because of this.
In short I'm disappointed with CAPCOM for making a bad sequel of a great game. So bad in fact that I'm actually thinking of selling my game. Save your money and buy it used because otherwise it will leave you with the feeling of being used.
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