Devil May Cry 4: The Special Edition is the same over the top game that we were delighted with in 2008 with an updated release of three new characters: Vergil, Lady and Trish. The main campaign with Nero and Dante, in high resolution 1080p and 60fps!
There is also legendary Dark Knight mode, unlocked from the start, as a real challenge for the veteran series. Three new characters, Vergil, Lady and Trish, are available through two separate campaigns (Trish and Lady’s campaign, like the original post). For them, unfortunately, no special decks have been made but will go through identical levels and boss types.
The great lack of sinemetics with new characters, no introductory video, which in Vergil’s case is a completely foolish fool without any introduction to the story. Vergil and Trish are old scientists and work more or less the way they are from previous DMC games. Vergil’s news is a scale of concentration – the more peaceful it is, the scale is faster and increases its attacks.
Taking the blows and running spend this scale, so this system is beneficial to skilled players. Lady, on the other hand, is a completely non-standard character for the DMC series. She is relying on baskets and shells for far-off attacks, while her moves in close combat are pretty slow. Playing with Lady requires a completely different way of thinking and tactics, and is probably the toughest game to play from all over the place, but is best tackled against flying opponents.
Common to all new characters is to have a kind of long-range action like Nero’s Demon’s hand, because the structure of the level is unchanged, meaning that you, besides the fight, expect a lot of platforming. Characters do not make progress through the game, so with each one you must pass all missions separately and unlock the levels. Change of characters / campaigns is possible at any time by returning to the mission menu.
Gameplay has turbo mode, while for the excellent Bloody Palace, a challenge mode, you have to move, unlocks only when you cross the game, the best moves and moves are in mode. The rebuilt DmC has had a much more interesting and varied level and the author of these lines is responsible behind the statement that DmC, at least at the design level, is a much better game than the DMC4.
Gameplay has a secret mission that is almost impossible to end with any character except with Nero who uses his demonic hand as a detector to discover the hidden orbas that you have to gather. If you have not met Devil May Cry 4 yet, we strongly recommend the Special Edition as it delivers more content.