For those of you who have been living under a rock or deep in the jungle for the last ten years, the Devil May Cry games feature a protagonist called Dante. And this is Dante when he was just effortlessly cool...
We've already seen the Special Edition of Devil May Cry 5 deliver up the opportunity for gamers to embark on missions as the iconic Vergil, but now it's time for those scrabbling around on the older systems to enjoy a similar option.
If you haven’t had a chance to play the original, this is the perfect time, but if you have previously played and liked it, and can’t see yourself going back, this won’t change your mind. Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition on Xbox is, quite frankly, the best way to play the game - but it won’t convince you to part ways with your funds if you were lukewarm on the original.
It's been 18 months or so since Devil May Cry 5 delivered its smokin' sexy style to Xbox One, PS4 and PC, but now that style level jumps up a notch as Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition ups the ante on Xbox Series X|S and PS5.
We've got an Xbox Series X price and release date, and now we've got similar for PS5. So what's next? Well how does a Special Edition of Devil May Cry 5 sound? It promises to bring a host of new features AND a playable Vergil for good measure.
With six unique stories released across almost two decades, we're coming excitingly close to celebrating a huge anniversary. In this expansive list, we rank the 6 currently released Devil May Cry games in order: from worst to best; from the very bottom of the demon world to the glorious pinnacle of Temen-ni-gru itself.
It's one of the best games of 2019 to date with many being absolutely bowled over but the experience Devil May Cry 5 delivers. Today though that experience is moving up a gear, with a smattering of goodie-filled DLC packs arriving for purchase.
Over the course of nearly two decades, this franchise went through multiple highs and lows. From the excellent original, Devil May Cry, it dropped to an all-time low with its sequel Devil May Cry 2, only to rise once again with the incredible Devil May Cry 3. For the most part, the soul of the series retained its identity with Devil May Cry 4, but got ruined by the failed re-imagining in DmC. Spanning so many games and stories, both successful and failed endeavours were all but unavoidable. But longtime fans of the series will be happy to find out that Devil May Cry 5 -- finally -- brings back everything we love about it, and then some. With that in mind, let's rock, baby!
When the ultimate Devil Hunter wants to play, you can be sure that things will be savage, the skills will be sick, and the style will be nothing short of smokin' sexy! Yep, Devil May Cry 5 is here, and Xbox One, PS4 and PC players are in for a treat.