- Summary: Fear resonates in the underworld as a new protagonist crosses paths with a familiar hero who seemingly inexplicably slaughters countless people. Long ago the Dark Knight Sparda awoke to justice and rebelled against the dark emperor, to wage a one-man war to save humanity. Thousands of yearsFear resonates in the underworld as a new protagonist crosses paths with a familiar hero who seemingly inexplicably slaughters countless people. Long ago the Dark Knight Sparda awoke to justice and rebelled against the dark emperor, to wage 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 demons. Residing in Fortuna, a castle city on the coast, this "Order of the Sword" has an elite group of "Holy Knights" dedicated to carrying out this very creed. Rising among the ranks, a young cynical warrior named Nero witnesses Sparda's legendary son Dante slaughter countless "knights". Has the renowned devil hunter turned his back on mankind? What does this encounter mean for these two individuals and why has destiny brought them together? 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". This new feature has players delivering overwhelming damage to enemies with non-stop combos, while gaining new power for Nero's right arm. Good things come to those who wait as PC owners will benefit from having more modes and more visual customization options to help enhance their demon-slaying action. Turbo mode turns-up the action to insane speeds, while Legendary Dark Knight Mode harnesses advanced PC processing power and fill the screen with an unbelievable number of enemies for extra difficulty. Moreover, familiar enemies from the console versions will show-up in new locations in the PC version. [Capcom]… Expand
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Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition - Announcement Trailer
Gamers.atThanks to the Devil Bringer, the amount of fun you’ll have with the gameplay skyrockets and the new turbo-mode brings even more twists to the already sublime action. DMC4 may well commit the sin of backtracking through levels, but its barely noteworthy a sacrilege this time around, due to the fact that the gamer then controls a different character. [Issue#15]
Play (Poland)Excellent and demanding slasher with beautiful visuals and wondrous heroes. Capcom did finally get its act together and the PC version no longer is just a pale specter of its console original. There is so many fighting moves that most gamers will probably never discover all of them. [Aug 2008]
PC FormatA fun hack-em-up, but like inferior designers who use mirrors to make a room look bigger, this is half the game it pretends to be. [Sept 2008, p.106]
A port that doesn't have anything new or interesting for PC gamers. Sure, it's Devil May Cry 4, and by golly, its enhanced high-res visuals sure look swell. But if you're going to port a game to the PC, you should take advantage of the most versatile platform out there. DMC4 fails to do so.
Mar 12, 2011This game is great. Good characters and good story. Very good game-play. demanding boss and the subordinate characters are well prepared. aThis game is great. Good characters and good story. Very good game-play. demanding boss and the subordinate characters are well prepared. a lot of game-play modes and a long game.… Expand
RileyNDec 31, 2009At some points the game stumbles a bit with annoying enemies or ridiculous jump puzzles, but all of it is overshadowed by the sheer fun had At some points the game stumbles a bit with annoying enemies or ridiculous jump puzzles, but all of it is overshadowed by the sheer fun had in the combat sections. Legendary Dark Knight mode alone is worth the price of admission.… Expand
Jul 9, 2011This review is made strictly to answer one question: Is this a good PC port? In short, YES.
Contrary to what popular game sites (such asThis review is made strictly to answer one question: Is this a good PC port? In short, YES.
Contrary to what popular game sites (such as 1UP) says, Devil May Cry 4 was actually ORIGINALLY developed on the PC platform and ported to the PS3 and X360. More importantly, unlike DMC3: SE, all the porting was done in-house, and it shows. Because of its native build on the PC, you'll see options that are reminiscent of PC-only games - ability to play the game in a window, high definition resolution support, antialiasing, aniscoptic filtering, and fine tuning over graphical options such as texture quality and shadow detail.
Mind you, the control scheme almost REQUIRES a controller. This is not because it's a "dumbed down" game, but it is because the DMC series is ALWAYS controller-intensive. It's simply the nature of having an action game where you can do so many things at once. The game UI can be navigated with a keyboard and mouse, but gameplay will be VERY clunky on a keyboard, mainly because of keyboard ghosting issues due to the way the game plays. Just get yourself a controller. Any controller will do, not just an X360 controller.
What's even better about this game is that the requirements aren't that steep either. If you have a PC setup that's 1-5 years old, you'll be able to run this game just fine on a Core2Duo with an 8800GT at near-max settings. The game runs at a smooth 60 fps or better, and it does not suffer from the slow load times of the X360 and PS3 versions.
Plus the PC-only features - Turbo Mode (which many expert DMC4 players use) plus Legendary Dark Knight mode (where dozens and dozens of enemies spawn) are just icing on the cake. This is a PC version of a console game done right. A superior port in a sense, even though this game was originally was developed on a PC platform (despite the fact the PS3 and X360 versions came first).
Basically, if you're worried about the effects of consolitis that has been plaguing games like these, no need to fear. This game will take advantage of what your PC has and allow you to take on the demons with style! Capcom has proven with DMC4 and many of their PC releases after this title that they are more than capable of making PC versions of their console hits that take advantage of what the PC has to offer!… Expand
Jan 27, 2018One of the best hack'n'slash games that i've ever played. We got here a nice story, with two great protagonists, they, Nero and Dante, bothOne of the best hack'n'slash games that i've ever played. We got here a nice story, with two great protagonists, they, Nero and Dante, both with different combos, in the same scenarios, both of them charismatic and an awesome gameplay with a great variety of enemies plus a great graphic and excellent boss battles. This game is almost a masterpiece. I think that Lady and Trish deserved their own campaing, but that is no a problem when you make an excellent game like this. The port of this game is really great, i had absolutelly any bugs on my gameplay.… Expand
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Over All[6.0]… Expand
Oct 13, 2014A good and addictive title with a great storyline and characters. It's all about the fighting, but it's ideal if you want to blow off someA good and addictive title with a great storyline and characters. It's all about the fighting, but it's ideal if you want to blow off some steam. The boss fight are pretty good, even though most of them are repeated. The port is good and the game is totally playable on keyboard.… Expand
Dec 6, 2011Relative to the 1st and 3rd dmc, dmc4 is a bad game. Uninteresting story, bad design, broken gameplay, annoying backtracking... all thingsRelative to the 1st and 3rd dmc, dmc4 is a bad game. Uninteresting story, bad design, broken gameplay, annoying backtracking... all things the older games excelled at.… Expand
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