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Devil May Cry 3 (PS2)

Platform : PlayStation2
4.7 out of 5 stars 35 customer reviews

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  • Unrelenting, hard-core gothic action
  • Fresh new character design Dante appears younger, but still has his stylish swagger and rock star good looks
  • Huge arsenal of weapons - Handguns, powerful shotguns, tricked out guitars and much more
  • Combo system - Equip Dante with up to four different weapons that can be swapped at anytime, allowing the freedom to develop a range of fighting moves and combinations
  • Customise Dante's fighting style: evasive, close range, long range or counter attack
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  • Platform:   PlayStation2
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 16 and Over Suitable for 16 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 16. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 16 years of age or over.
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Platform: PC
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  • ASIN: B00029P9F0
  • Item Weight: 27 g
  • Release Date: 24 Mar. 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 19,829 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 14 years. For use under adult supervision

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Devil May Cry 3 is a thrilling new game that features an involved plotline, outstanding graphics, and brings back our mysterious hero, Dante, once again.

Set before the first Devil May Cry, the story unfolds that fateful clash between Sparda's twin sons. One of the characteristics of this game is that it adds even more styles of action, besides firearms and swords, to the mix. Players are free to choose your own fighting style by customizing Dante to your advantage.


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Let me put it in simple terms, wow! I have been playing through Devil May Cry, and I am astonished!
This game starts off before the first 2 games. Devil May Cry 3 is set when Dante is young (in other words, a cocky youngster) and before he gets his true devil powers.
Oh and before I say anything else, Devil May Cry 3 is going to leave your orb wallet empty for most of the game, due to the difficulty of the game. You are going to be constantly buying health items and life items. You won't get far (even on easy mode) without them. The demons in Devil May Cry 3 are hardcore beasts. They will keep getting harder and harder, bigger and bigger, tougher and tougher. You have to fight a 100 foot tall, 3 headed dog for peat sake!

Characters-(spoiler) Dante's brother, Vergil is a bad guy (what a surprise...) Virgil has an accomplice with him during the game. This Person is called Arkham. Although he is human, he ends up be driven into turning into a demon. There is also a female character in Devil May Cry 3, her name is Lady (why her name is Lady I don't know???)She is a devil hunter like Dante, but, she is human, and she wants to kill every demon she can lay her hands on (including Dante!)For a woman, she is s seriously hardcore gal; she carries a missile launcher around with her! (Spoiler end) That pretty much raps it up for the characters. Now onto the weapons and the fighting styles!
The new weapons are so cool! And the new style system. The styles provide a massive variety of move and techniques. (When I say massive, I mean massive)
The new weapons that have been put into the game are amazing! (spoiler).
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DMC3 is the most stylish game out there at the moment. Cool, kickass Dante is back with a slice of pure slash, hack and blast gameplay. The storyline is great, the characters well thought up, the setting stunningly gothic, the deamons nastier than ever and the weapons send them back to hell with the coolest, most stylish combos seen on the PS2.
So why not give it 100%, 10/10, 5 stars? Despite most of the most important parts of the game being polished up to the highest standards, some of the basic core elements of any game are lacking. Most importantly, the dialogue. With the greatest set of characters of the DMC series so far, with decent intertwining storylines, who could have thought the dialogue would be so poor. Also, the difficulty of the game could be a major problem for those people who need an A ranking after each level. Even on easy mode, it is nigh on impossible to achieve this on more than 5 or 6 of the missions first time round. I started the game on NORMAL difficulty, but it was much too difficult the first time around. I tried EASY, and the general gameplay did become much easier. However, some of the missions and bosses still had to be tried 3 or 4 times before I managed to win them.
In general the game is a truly stunning work of art. However, it is let down by some really quite embarrasing cut scenes (because of the por dialogue) and not having a difficulty setting for those who have not had the pleasure of playing the DMc series before.
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Believe me when i say, that this game will not and cannot disappoint. Any fan of the original dmc game will automiatically approve of number three in the series.
While great things were expected of the second dmc game which failed to deliver to such standards, the third did not.
The graphics have improved from the original game, the plot is as always engrossing, the musical score is again, breath-taking.
The new battle system is interesting and can incorporate some stylish techniques mid-battle, thus boosting the style grade.
I have lent to a few of my friends and I haven't heard any complaints so far, nothing but appraisal. I would recommend devil may cry 3 to anyone, whether they are new to the series or a fan already.
This games oozes style and charisma, and as ever an arrogant, cocky but amusing dante.
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Devil May Cry 3 is a prequel game, and returns the series' status to number one in Stylish Action, practically redefining the genre. I was jealous of XBox owners when Ninja Gaiden came out - but now PlayStation 2 owners will have the satisfaction of knowing they will be holding the MUST HAVE Stylish Action game of the year.
So to start, an overview of the story. As a prequel, Dante is younger than in previous titles and isn't afraid to show it off. He trash-talks to any enemy who stands in his way, and happily runs the game shirtless, his trademark red trenchcoat the only top he needs.
Then there's Dante's brother, who finally makes a human appearance. Vergil appears to be enacting a plan to unlock the seal their father, the Legendary Dark Knight Sparda, had once placed to stop demons from pouring into our world and destroying it. His goal is to attain true power from the Demon Realm, and as Dante you have to stop him. Well, that's the plan but most of the time Dante will be too busy shouting "This is gonna be one hell of a party!"
Graphically, the character models are better than in previous DMCs, although the backgrounds are slightly less vibrant than DMC 1. The sounds are nice and chunky, the usually good work we can expect from Capcom. The music is nicely done, with work from Capcom and Shootie HG performing the demonic lyrics, the combined work resulting in a powerful soundtrack, especially the magnificent 'Devils Never Cry', the trademark track of the game (with additional vocals from David Baker).
The gameplay though is definately where this game is at - throughout the game you can acquire 5 different Guns and 5 different Devil Arms, giving you a total of 10 weapons to play with.
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