patrick's Devil May Cry 4 (Xbox 360) review

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Devil May Cry 4's debut onto the 360 is a welcome addition in the platform's growing collection of prior PlayStation exclusives. Top notch presentation in the cutscenes and character designs showcase movie like directing and badass Advent Children like gun/swordplay. The gameplay is what you've come to expect from the series when playing as Dante, and Nero provides a likewise nice change of pace.

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