Almost half way through my 4th run and yeah, it's starting to get a little annoying but they don't last long enough to become a significant problem. I just wish there was more combat in general, I'm itching for bloody palace to come out.
Almost half way through DMD mode and I am falling more in love with this game the more I play it, combat system and enemy design are really quite amazing. I really like how there's multiple ways of safely dealing with even the most dangerous enemies, dream runners will now forever be free.
Does anyone know if bloody palace is coming to the PC version by the way? I cannot wait for that.
I miss it a great deal, was an integral part of raising the style meter too. More than anything I just liked how stupid they were, like Nero's air guitar from 4 where a guitar is actually playing is freaking awesome.
@Blimble: I agree the games are easy to compare, but I have put thousands of hours into previous Devil May Cry games so what might seem like slight differences for some are huge for me, I play this game very differently to how I play previous DMC's. Granted that's not going to be a common perspective, but I think people are way to quick in saying "hey (thing x) isn't exactly like the old games" instead of looking at that particular thing and breaking it down to see how it works.
Above all DmC is just a great action game, which is something there's not a ton of about these days.
If you're looking for another Devil May Cry game, look elsewhere, if you're looking for a great action game, look no further. I am a huge DMC fan, but this game is doing its own thing, and it's doing it pretty damn well.
This will be my first build so if having a modular PSU will make things a little easier then that's great, even if it is just less cables to work around. I swapped out RAM seeing as the price difference between 1600 and 1866 was only £8, and went with the 850 PSU just in case I need it further down the road. Added in the faster RAM and PSU the final build is below: