Devil May Cry 4 - Xbox 360

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  • New characters and environments while blending the familiar with the new - Newcomer Nero clashes with veteran Dante
  • Signature blend of guns and swordplay
  • Deep combo system rewards stylish dispatching of enemies. Unique "Devil Bringer" arm opens up a range of combo options.
  • Exceed System allows Nero to charge up his sword with a throttle effect, revving up to three levels with powerful attack options
  • New active style change system for Dante allows him to switch styles and weapons on the fly, producing crazy combo possibilities

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Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Standard

Long ago the Dark Knight Sparda rebelled against the dark emperor and waged a one-man war to save humanity. Thousands of years later, a religious organization worships this renowned savior and has taken it upon themselves to rid the world of all evil. Residing in Fortuna, this organization is known as the "Order of the Sword," and is made up of an elite group of "Holy Knights." One day, a young knight named Nero witnesses Sparda's legendary son Dante slaughter his fellow warriors. Has the renowned devil hunter turned his back on mankind? What does thie encounter mean for these two individuals? In Devil May Cry 4, players control the formidable Nero who comes to grips with his newly found power as his beliefs and allegiance are tested. Continuing the legacy of fast paced action synonymous with the series, Devil May Cry 4 pushes the envelope of excellence even further with the inclusion of a new combat system that incorporates Nero's "Devil Bringer, a new feature that has players delivering overwhelming damage to enemies with non-stop combos, while gaining new power for Nero's right arm. With the PlayStation 3 system's advanced graphical capabilities, high definition visuals and intricate detail come to life as players explore new

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Platform:Xbox 360  |  Edition:Standard
ASIN B000P297E8
Release date February 6, 2008
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4.3 out of 5 stars 109 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
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Product Dimensions 7.8 x 5.8 x 0.5 inches
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By Chad A. Shelby on September 12, 2008
Platform for Display: Xbox 360Edition: Standard
First of all I must say that this review may seem a bit biased as I absolutely love the DMC game series. It's quite possibly one of the best games of it's genre. The game looks simply amazing, the voice acting is superb, it's fun to play, and it's very easy to pick up for those new to the DMC series. It's got everything, a captivating storyline, amazing cut scenes, intense boss fights and more. Has a high replay value. It's one of the few single player games I have that I've actually put back in the xbox after beating it more than once. If there were anything I would change about it, it would be the awkward camera angles (not too many but at times you will notice what I'm talking about). Very highly recommend this title! Good luck.
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This game is a sequel to its predecessor video game wise, but chronologically speaking, it takes place after Devil May Cry, and before Devil May Cry 2. Devil May Cry 4 seems to be a rather average installment in the series. While it isn't a bad game at all, its overall rating is higher than that of Devil May Cry 2, but lower than Devil May Cry 3.

With that said, the game is fairly unique. Firstly, the main protagonist this time isn't Dante, it's a man named Nero. He is a member of the Order of the Sword, a clan of warriors who worship Sparda. At first glance, this "Nero" character resembles Dante and his twin brother Vergil due to his white hair. After further examination it can be said that in the face, they look nothing alike. Dante is playable in the game; he's playable in the second half of the game, after Nero's quest is completed.

The game's wrapped around a central love story, and an undeveloped one at that. There seems to be no character development, all you know from the beginning, is that you know a woman named Kyrie. So throughout the game, (not actually aware of why or how you met this woman), your main goal will be to save her. You will then find out how inferior Nero is to Dante personality wise as well.

There will be random encounters and skirmishes between you and Dante throughout the game, at first Dante can be seen as an antagonist, but later in the game it's revealed that he's not really that, he's just a person on the side who doesn't really play a major role in the story. He's just, Dante, still messing around with his shop, Trish, and Lady.

With Dante, you will replay all of the stages and bosses that Nero played. So there's more backtracking than desired.
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Before I start rating this game, let me first say I got into the games a few months ago after a friend made the suggestion.

I have played the first game, third game and now the fourth game. While I kind of played the second game it was hard to get into.

Overall I would have to say Devil May Cry 4 has been my favorite. It has a lot of the same mechanics as the third game but also some new unique mechanics depending of who you play as. For Dante they included a feature that allows you to change his "style" on the fly from Trickster, Swordmaster, Royal Guard and Gunslinger with the push of a button on the D-pad. They also allowed Dante to use Darkslayer (Vergil's style in the third game) once he had Yamato.

The part of this game I loved most was the new character, Nero. Nero was by far the one of the biggest parts that got me to play this game. Most of the story and gameplay focuses on Nero as the main character and gives him the unique Devil Bringer.

By far one of the greatest stories I've seen in a video game and always keeping you on the edge of your seat. The characters are fleshed out to the point where you can relate to them, their struggles and their emotions. The graphics are fantastic and controls are easy to learn. Ranking up the style gauge is easier in Devil May Cry 4 than it was in the previous games but not brokenly easy. Fantastic game from start to finish. Incredible soundtrack and I kept cranking up the volume just for the music a lot of the time (despite how angry my neighbors at the apartment would get with me).

Story - 5/5
Graphics - 5/5
Character Development - 5/5
Soundtrack - 5/5
Controls/Mechanics - 5/5
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I haven't played any of the DMC series. This is my first one. I was not disappointed and I hope they release the series on one of the newer consoles.

Story: Set after DMC1 but before DMC2, you are Nero heading rapidly towards an opera house wanting to see your loves (Kyrie) performance. After her performance, the high priest Sanctus begins a sermon only to be interrupted by Dante who slays him and some of the guards. You fight Dante for a short time and after he reveals that the Holy Knights are actually demons. Afterward, you are sent to investigate and learn the true nature of Knights and Dante's intentions.

Gameplay: This is an action, hack 'n' slash game. You control Nero and later on Dante, fighting through missions to advance the plot. Some missions require some puzzles to solve to advance. The fighting is amazing with Nero and his Demonic arm. He has tons of combo moves to use. The fighting is given a grade based on number of combos and damage taken. You can receive a D (Deadly), a C (Carnage), a B (Brutal), an A (Atomic), an S (Smokin'), an SS (Smokin' Style) or an SSS (Smokin' Sick Style). After each mission, you are given a grade. You take on hordes of demons and some killer bosses. You have a special move called the Devil Trigger that makes you more powerful for a short time, and adding a slow health regeneration. You collect currency from enemies in the form of Proud Souls (used to buy new abilities) or Red Orbs (used to buy items). Nero's weapon called the Red Queen sword, has a special exceed gauge that charges up and allows for powerful attacks. As Dante, you have several melee weapons that you acquire after defeating bosses. You have 4 styles to use; Trickster, Royal Guard, Sword Master, and gunslinger, each grant him different abilities.
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