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Devil May Cry [DVD]

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  • Directors: Shin Itagaki
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Anchor Bay Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 19 Oct. 2009
  • Run Time: 296 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002JARDTK
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 34,268 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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All 12 episodes of the Japanese anime series based on the Playstation video game. Cursed to live as both monster and man, mercenary Dante spends his life fighting the demonic forces of darkness. Brandishing his sword, Rebellion, and his always-loaded guns, Ebony and Ivory, Dante is more than happy to send the demons back to hell - especially when there is money to be made. Episodes are: 'Devil May Cry', 'Highway Star', 'Not Love', 'Rolling Thunder', 'In Private', 'Rock Queen', 'Wishes Come True', 'Once Upon a Time', 'Death Poker', 'The Last Promise', 'Showtime!' and 'Stylish!'.

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Personally, I thought this was fantastic! It's nothing too deep and meaningful, just lots of action, fun and frolics. It follows a demon hunter and part-demon called Dante who runs a odd jobs/hitman/mercenary type business. Although Dante is grumpy and aloof you can't help but like him, and at times it is very funny. Sometimes the storylines leave something to be desired, such as the episode where someone thinks Dante is his friend Tony but he's not and then later on Dante says " I used to call myself Tony, but i'm not Tony" is a bit weird.

Don't expect an epic, but for the price and what you get for it, i think it well deserves five stars. The animation is great too!
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Didn't like it at first, but after half way and several appearances of familiar faces I found myself drawn to watching the whole thing. So much so that I didn't want it to end when it did!

& When I first bought this I was halfway through playing Devil May Cry 3 and when I finished watching, I went back and tackle it. Needless to say it brought me luck.
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This is the best anime I have seen, it deserves full 5 stars the reason for this is because each episode was so well produced and it looks great the visuals are like in between anime and a movie the story is very good sure it doesnt follow the video games so much but its almost like a what happened after devil may cry 3 as he has the IV rebellion sword in it but he still looks like he did in DMC 3

Just to clear up the first person who reviewed this the tony episode where that guy ernest thinks dante is tony is actually true dante went by the name tony for a short time and lived in the town where ernest lived they were friends and had the same teacher however dante was faking his name as tony as his mother eva and him were hiding out from the demon mundus who wanted to kill dante and his mum for he is the son of sparda so when mundus got the fire demon to kill dante and his mum they fled leaving the whole town burnt by the fire demon so at the end of the episode when dante kills the fire demon in the ruines in front of ernest he sees dante is a demon and that the fire that was started by the demon was meant for dante so ernest says "they were after you you ba**ard if you ever show up here again ill kill you for sure" dante was tony but was faking his name and deceived ernest

Anyway to continue the review this anime has many great episodes with lots of quotes to remember and scenes that will stick with you also the OST soundtrack is amazing and worth a pick up for sure love the opening guitar riff to this anime and the closing song is great

Dantes voice is very cool and his character is kept close to the playstation 2 one from DMC 3 but his sword is the IV DMC 4 rebellion as it has the crown on the end of it

Dante enjoys strawberry sundaes and tells quite a
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it sounded like it could of been good,sadly i'd played the games previously and completely ruined the series for me. It got a bit samey a bit on the feeble side very little action,the same demon turns up Dante shoots or stab it end of episode. Quite disapointing.
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If you've played the games you will be very disappointed, you don't really get to see Dante doing any of his special moves or go into Devil Mode, he also comes across as a petulant child.
That being said if you haven't played the games but you do like Anime, that this is probably well worth a watch.
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Following the success of the games, Devil May Cry has brought back to life in anime form. This release sees the entire 12 episodes of everyones favoutite demon slaying, cool dude trying his luck in the anime world. The result - A bit of a mixed bag. Alongside other game to anime transitions, Devil May Cry isn't as good as Street Fighter II, yet it is no where near as bad as Tekken. Instead, it occupies the middle area with Blue Dragon. On paper, a devil may cry anime should work. As long as it captures the spirit of the game, yet remains original and unique in it's own respect then there should be no problems. However, this wasn't going through the mind of the creator.

Considering the game series is heralded as a landmark in jaw droppingly stylish and innovative action, the anime series is surprisingly tame in comparison. Gone are the intense, adrenaline soaked, multi-combo fight scenes only to be replaced with a lot of dull and totally unoriginal action scenes. Many of which involve static shots of our demonic hero in some sort of cool pose. But no matter how cool his posing is, this doesn't make up for the boring and uninspired action. This is one of the reasons why I wouldn't recommend it to hardcore fans of the game series. That along with the fact that Dante is portrayed as a lazy bum who is a bit down on his luck and is in debt to just about everyone he knows...A bit of a contrast to the cool, wise cracking character many have grown to love from the games. Finally, the anime progresses through a series of stand alone episodes that involve Dante reluctantly going on some kind of mission and ending up crossing swords with the numerous devils that have it in for him. This simplistic formula, works well to some degree, but it soon becomes repetitive, and predictable.
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