Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition for

Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition

Nov 12, 2020
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About this game

Developer: Capcom
Content Rating: Mature


The legendary stylish action game is better than ever in the ultimate version of this multi-award winning hit. New features include the addition of Dante's brother and arch-rival, Vergil, as a playable character, Legendary Dark Knight mode, next-gen graphics upgrades and more.

Gamer Reviews

684 Reviews
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Mar 21, 2021

This is a high action game. I’m not the biggest hack & slash fan so this isn’t my favorite type of game. I found the beginning to be fun and exciting. However it quickly gets very repetitive. Basically go through either a crumbling city or the depths of Hell settings. The enemies are not varied with only about 4-5 different typical enemy types. Bosses are a bit better. This isn’t a difficult game as I don’t think I died once. Overall I wasn’t that impressed with it except the music is really good. I wouldn’t really recommend. I’m selling my copy.

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Critic Reviews

25 Reviews
Brandyn BoydNov 25, 2020
Taken as a full package, then, Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition is an impressive one. The gameplay is as deep and long-lasting as the player wants it to be, there’s always new combos and combat potential to unlock and tons of difficulties and challenges to work through; now, even more so with addition of Vergil and the new modes present. That being said, DMC5 was never perfect.
James PaleyNov 23, 2020
I’m not so invested I want to go back and play the games I missed, though I am glad I came back to the series. If smooth gameplay is your yardstick, then this is the definitive version for you. On the other hand, there are better graphical show pieces for the PS5 out there. Even so, I can easily recommend Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition for new and old fans alike.
Leo FariaNov 22, 2020
As it stands, this is a stupidly gorgeous PS4 game receiving a few new buffs due to the PS5’s hardware, but it’s still the same Devil May Cry 5 from 2019, through and through. It’s still one of the, if not the best hack ‘n’ slash games ever made, however. It’s still the same over-the-top madness I fell in love with last year, so it’s still well worth your time. A worthy launch title for the PS5, that’s for certain.

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