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Best in series? Devil May Cry 5 in Review

Dante comes back after a very long break - but manages to make us feel like he never left

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In the past two years, Are making great efforts to win back the hearts of their fans. Last year they made it big with a new Monster Hunter game, and this year they had Resident Evil 2's excellent remake. Then they surprised everyone with the announcement that they had decided to take the reins again on one of their successful Devil May Cry brands, and continue the series with a fifth title. Remind you that the fourth game came out somewhere in 2008, and then Kafcom decided that the series needed some new start - and let another studio develop it, causing many fans to be disappointed and think the brand was dead.

But here, in spite of everything, we got back the original series, and now it's just left to find out - is DMC 5 another success for Capcom? The answer here.

So, we'll just start with a brief introduction to those who have never played in the series, Deville Mae Cray is a series of hack and slash games that combines a crazy multiplayer of cutting and exorcism with cool combo, exaggerated characters, and everything in this game is so exaggerated and cool at the same time it causes You can sit with a huge smile smeared on your face (at least as long as you are the ones who beat the blows to enemies and they do not get you).

The game follows a number of characters - Dante, half demon himself and a ghost hunter for rent that has accompanied the brand since its inception, Nero, who joined the series in the fourth game and is now running with a new character named Nico Branch on the Wheels of the Exorcist, plus we have the V, , With a mysterious past and unique powers of its own.

If you are interested in knowing what happened in the previous games, in the main menu of the game you can watch a short video that brings together the many events that preceded it quite well.

The fifth game begins a few years after the events of the fourth game. A particularly powerful demon named Urizen appears from nowhere and causes great trouble in the human world. Urizen manages to steal Niru's hand from his breast, and beat Dante and the rest of his gang while he does not even bother to get up from the chair.

But not only that, mysterious demonic trees began to grow around the world, feeding on blood, demons roaming the streets and slaughtering humans, shortening the mess.

The plot of the game is entertaining, full of action, and sometimes feels a bit messy because it runs on different points in the timeline. But it also provides some surprising moments and mainly enjoyed the writing and dubbing of the characters that made me laugh more than once. The new characters also add to the atmosphere. Nico is an ingenious engineer but with a crude and cynical nature that tells the whole truth in her face. And when I saw the trailers I was a little worried about the V's character who looks so different in the landscape, a bit like a member of a boys' band. But I was quite glad I had made a mistake. He's a really interesting character, and I really enjoyed him and the humor of his demon demon, Gordon.

In any case, as usual, the task of saving the world falls on our group, and it is divided into 20 stages, with each stage controlling a different character, sometimes you can choose which character you want to play with. The steps are very linear, and to be honest, in terms of design a bit, they start to repeat themselves later, but at least they look wonderful thanks to the new engine of Kafkum. They also leave you plenty of room to explore hidden corners and find bonus steps and various objects to help you later. Of course they are also filled with quite a few enemies that you will have to defeat in order to advance.

Each character has a completely different style of combat. Niro continues to use the sword and rifle, but lost his hand. But do not worry, because instead he got a robotic robotic hand in the name of the Devil Breaker. Besides allowing Niro to attract enemies, each type of hand has a different ability, which adds to the strategy and diversifies the gameplay with it. Niro can change hands by blowing up his existing hand, which allows him to escape from troublesome situations, but also destroys the same hand, the only thing that makes you feel that there is no other way to switch between the existing hands. Why not?

Dante continues to be in my opinion the most fun character with a crazy arsenal of weapons I will not tell you especially so as not to destroy you, but ensures that you are going to enjoy it really. It can also change mode to one of four different combat styles so that it is the figure with the greatest number of options to handle different situations, so it is most difficult to learn to utilize it properly.

And the new guy V introduces a whole new fighting style to the series - V can summon up three of his pet pets and command them, while he can only end the final blow on the enemies but not fight really. With him you have to mostly get away, and try not to let his demons die, because until they come back to life after Cooldown, V has little to do. In fact, despite this different gameplay, I enjoyed playing with V. The only thing that bothered me was that his demons did not disappear as soon as you stopped attacking, so more than once they got hurt, without having much to do about it.

As usual, the game challenges you to perform as many combos as possible, combine as many moves as you can and avoid hitting, to score as high as possible - the coveted SSS, which in turn will give you more orbs at the end of the stage. orbs are the currency of the game. You can get them through battles or find them scattered throughout the stages, and with them you can buy new moves for the characters, new hands to light and more.

By the way, Kafcom, during a controversial, allow to buy Orbs as a micro-transaction. I'm not a fan of the move, but I have to reassure you that you will not feel at any moment in the game their lack. It's easy to get them. You probably will not be able to buy all of the characters' moves from the first time you finish the game, but this is not something new, and is meant to keep you playing at all the extra levels of difficulty that open when the game is over.

It should be noted that even at the usual level of difficulty Devil Hunter, the game does not make it easy for you. It does require you to pay attention to your environment, and also to learn to take advantage of the moves of the character you are playing with.

There are quite a few types of enemies, and when there are many of them on the screen, you have to pay attention to who should be treated first and how. The bosses are not easy either, and some are really challenging, but they are usually fair, and as mentioned above, they simply require attention and some training.

The game is quite short - it will take you an 15 roof for hours to finish on the usual difficulty, but maybe if you are a real Deville Mae Cray fan, you will probably stay for a few more rounds with the extra difficulty levels that open every time you The Bloody Palace is also a free addictive add-on - a game mode in which you have to survive dozens of increasingly challenging waves of enemies.

But if you're just in the matter of finishing the game once, maybe it's worth you to consider whether to buy the game now at its full price or wait.

Anyway - this is a great addition to the Devil May Cry series. With the new graphics, and the variety between the characters and the gameplay of each character in its own right, I think this is definitely one of the best games in the series, and I personally did not experience even one dull moment in it. It's just a fun game, period. Aspired to Kafcom for another successful game, and hopes that they will only continue developing the series.


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