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The structure of the extended campaign works against its own momentum, forcing you to retread recently explored locations and battle all-too-familiar enemies over and over again.
While this Special Edition provides slight combat tweaks and additional characters to toy with, there's just not enough mechanical or architectural variation to justify the fluff.
will reboot the franchise, shifting the setting to a parallel universe with a younger, grittier Dante.
Dante will also partner with new character Kat, a skilled medium and psychic who guides him through her ability to see into Limbo, the demon realm.
Ninja Theory is bringing its controversial reboot of Devil May Cry to the Xbox One and Play Station 4, with Capcom announcing that Dm C Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition will be released on March 17 for £29.99.
The next gen version will come with all the previously exisiting downloadable content (Vergil’s story campaign, three Dante skins, three weapon skins, and the item finder) and two new skins: classic Dante and Classic Vergil.
Although we’re not sure if that or the Gods Must Die difficulty mode is going to be worse – where all enemies spawn with Devil Trigger active and there are no items or health drops.
But the excessiveness takes away just as much as it gives.Especially as Capcom announced at the same time that there will also be a special edition of Devil May Cry 4 in the summer. Devil May Cry 4 was the last game to be internally developed by Capcom in Japan, but was only a minor hit both commercially and critically.