A Great Sequel to the Series
The graphics in this game are greatly improved with stunning visuals and the uniqueness that will want to bring the gamers to play this game over and over again. In this game you get a new array of moves and abilities that will allow you to fight enemies with mindblowing style. You also get new weapons throughout that will prove to be very useful as you unlock higher levels for that specific weapon. Later in the game you play as Dante with four fighting styles similiar to that in Devil May Cry 3 which are royal guard, sword master, gunslinger , and trickster. Each one with its own advantage when fighting the enemy.
This game has also many puzzles that might take time considering if you know where to go. The down side to this though is that the ending will disappoint you and there aren't really that many weapons when playing as Nero. As for Dante thought that's another story as depending what character you play really differs. This fourth istallment will however surprise gamers at the fact that it's actually easier than part three which will prove to be most satisying. Once you finish the game there are bonus content and new difficulties that can be unlocked depending on what mode you're on.
DMC4 also has online capabilities but it's the kind that you would expect. There's no online gaming but rather more of a point sytem to see what rank you are in the game that will push you to try harder and to do your best if you ever want to get more points. The storyline is pretty short and should not take more than a minimum of eight hours to finish unless you like to take your time looking for red orbs that can be used to purchase items. It's a great game but not better than it's predecessor because of its repetetiveness and the fact that it lacks what it has to feature which makes DMC3 more outstanding than this. If you're thinking about this game I suggest that you rent it first to see if it really meets up to your expectations. Overall, it's great and fun to play.