Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition (Greatest Hits) (Multi-Language)
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Asian editions of DMC4: SE includes English and Japanese voices and subtitles!
For the uninitiated, the original Devil May Cry series brought forward the idea of playing with style; with breakneck speeds, intricate and acrobatic combos, perfect controls, and an intense presentation filled with the Capcom-esque grit reflecting the trends of the time, Devil May Cry is a direct influence to many of today's similar titles.
Seven years after the original launch, Capcom brought back Devil May Cry 4 - the publisher's first PS3 title with Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition. On the PS4 and Xbox One, with a treatment similar to their recent revival with Resident Evil: HD Remaster, DMC4: SE has new game modes, gameplay, and visual improvements, and perhaps the most exciting aspect for fans, the largest playable roster in any DMC game yet!
Speaking of the roster, fan-favorite Vergil is playable, with his appearance based on his rendition from Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening Special Edition. Gameplay-wise, a new mechanic is introduced known as "Concentration", which complements Vergil's taijutsu style rewarding players with progressively stronger attacks when fights are executed calmly without the dependency of button mashing. This combined with the "Grim Trick" teleport ability, will not only challenge veterans and newcomers alike but offer a distinct experience separating Vergil from both DMC mains Dante and Nero.
Two other exciting additions to the roster once again channel fan favorites, and each character has a distinct playstyle which adds to the replayability common to the Devil May Cry Series: Trish and Lady!
While Trish is a returning playable character, her biggest change is removable of her previous style of weapon switching, and now instead uses the Sparda sword in a multitude of ways without complex button combinations; although this may sound simple, it is far more difficult to excel with simplicity, and this new playstyle will be something to look forward to.
For veterans, Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition will see the debut of Lady as a playable character, and her focus is on long-range fighting; this emphasis on firearms will also introduce an entirely alternate way of tackling the many foes seen in this frenetic title.
Along with all the improvements and additions, extra features see the implementation of the "Legendary Dark Knight Mode," which was missing from the original PS3 version; players will be facing constant pressure as this mode places them against a monstrous amount of enemies - only those with adept skills or veterans looking for an even more extreme experience will find solace here.
- First batch Premium Limited DLCs "Lady & Trish Costume Pack & Red Orbs" are no longer available.
- English, Japanese voice
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|Original Name||惡魔獵人 4 特別版 (英日文版)|
|Official Release Date||Jun 18, 2015|
|Subtitles||English, Japanese, French, Italian, German, Spanish|
|Genre||Hack and Slash|
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|Average rating:||(5 out of 5)|
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This is the best version of DMC 4 with dual audio and subtitle support.
Great Game, nice Box (especially if there was no boxed Version available in your country), quick and safe delivery. No more words needed, just perfect :3
Tener la edicion especial fisica de Devil May Cry 4 es todo un lujo. Aunque sea la version de Asia tiene subtitulos en castellano. Muy contento con la compra.
Este juego es asombroso, lo mejor que compre de Asia, la versión incluye bastantes bonus y en su edición física lo cuál es bastante bueno
Unlike most DMC fans I don't really think DMC4 is one of the best in the series. I think it's repetitive, boring and Dante's combat is overly complicated because of an over attachment to the style system that was popularized in DMC3, an older, less technologically advanced and with a significantly lower graphical presentation that still manages to be the better game.
Still, DMC4SE is a must for those that love DMC and this version of the game easily the best one available. The digital release in the west has no Japanese audio and it replaces songs that are available in the Asian and Japanese versions with the old music from Dante and Nero making the music even more repetitive. The Japanese version only has English and Japanese support so if you don't speak either, though. This one has the advantage of having all the menu and subtitle language support that the western release did and the Japanese audio.
The only issues I have is that despite being a "Greatest Hits" version of the game this one doesn't include the DLC that was released for the game and it will only work if you got the DLC from the Hong Kong store and this game has the same layout as any Japanese game where X is cancel and O is confirm which takes some getting used to.
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