Playing DmC on PC at the moment and it looks stunning. Dante's face is particularly expressive in the cutscenes. It's very much a Western game in contrast to the very Japanese originals, but that's not a bad thing. The story makes sense for a start, and the characters actually say what they mean.
The combat, which I was very suspicious Ninja Theory couldn't pull off, is silky smooth and responsive. It doesn't throw too much complexity at you at once, and the number of weapons and abilities builds up gradually, giving you time to figure out how to use them before you get another.
I didn't get DmC on release because the demo put me off, the Succubus boss fight has probably the worst cutscene in the game so far and then it gliched on me, but the glitch was patched recently. I was also expecting Platinum to be able to do justice to Metal Gear Revengeance, which in a shock twist, they weren't.
I'll save this DLC for after I've finished the main game, if you have to unlearn all of Dante's moves to play Vergil.
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