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Devil May Cry 2

Released on 28 March 2003

Rating: 15+ (ELSPA)

3.0 out of 5 (7 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Prepare for the next stylish chapter in Capcom's ultimate action thriller, Devil May Cry 2. Dante, the mysterious half-man, half-demon action hero is back to battle the legions of the underworld. Sporting trash-talking attitude and rock star good looks, Dante launches into a new adventure with twice the environments, twice the graphic sizzle and twice the gameplay of the original.
Devil May Cry 2, the sequel to the gothic horror classic, features more and bigger environments, including a Gotham-like city and an old European town. There are now two playable characters--allowing you to play as Dante or a brand-new heroine--and Dante is even more stylish and tough than before, having gained plenty of experience fighting demons.
The level of animation and visual detail rivals a Hollywood action flick. Devil May Cry 2 also tracks the player's skill level and adjusts the enemy challenge according to how well players perform. Dante now has more moves and attacks plus an enhanced Devil Trigger: once Dante's devil meter is full, he will be able to transform into a demon. This demon form features new visual effects and allows Dante to destroy enemies with one smashing blow.
  • Two playable characters -- Players can play as the ever cool Dante or a brand new heroine
  • Renewed character design -- Dante is even more `stylish' and tough than before. He has gained even more experience fighting demons and players are sure to notice his unique style and overall look.
  • Visual Appeal -- Incredible animation and visual detail that appear to come straight out of Hollywood.
  • Adjusting difficulty -- Devil May Cry 2 will track a player's skill level and actually adjust the enemies' difficulty on how well the player performs. This feature will provide accessibility to all skill levels making the game perfect for anyone who loves a good action game.
  • New Moves -- Dante now has more moves and attacks. As players increase their skill they will be able to execute stunning and effective attacks.
  • Enhanced Devil Trigger -- Once Dante's devil meter is full, he will be able to transform into a demon. This demon form will feature new visual effects and allow Dante to destroy enemies with one smashing blow.
  • New and unique weapons

customer Reviews

 Average rating (7 reviews)

 Dante had a Funectomy

| | See all feldoln's reviews (56)

This first game was awesome, and may well be one of the best action games on the ps2. But DMC2 really lost it's way.

There are two different characters, but most people play as dante, and then can't be bothered with the Lucia because they'd rather not play the game again.

Dante, as we know him from the first game, is witty, intelligent, kick ass awesome and has a lot of charm, despite his aggressive ways. In this sequel, however, he is completely boring, hardly says a word throughout the whole game and when he does speak, it's a really terrible one-line emotionless piece of nothing.

the story is by far terrible in comparison to the first - the graphics haven't improved much and the gameplay isn't even as good.

The whole game took me 4 hours and 20 minutes, so don't expect a long game either. This is due to the way the missions are set out. Considering there are only 18 missions total, and that they are quite small missions, there really isn't many good points to this game, apart from the fact that it is a dmc series game.

Another thing that kind of bugged me is that before starting the missions, you are shown a map, and a marker pin-pointing your location on it. Throughout the game, Dante travels up this entire country and practically back to where he started by the end of it. That's all well and good, but considering you don't really gain anything doing all of it, it seems a bit of a waste of time. not to mention that the locations on the map and where you've been don't quite seem to add up. Therefore, I don't think they actually had a solid map to go by, and the creators of this game seemed to be making it up as they went along.

overall, it's alright if you're going to play the series, but if you're looking for the best of the devil may cry games, give this one a miss, or at the very least, don't intend to enjoy this one too much.

 The worst of the series

| | See all Straughan88's reviews (54)

I remember watching the trailer for this game and thinking that it looked really good. It turned out to be just bearly above avarage. First of all, Dante seems to have lost his likeable cocky attitude, the graphics are worse, there's no explaination as to where the hell Trish went and in her place is some random french girl named Lucia, where yet again there's no explaination to how she knows Dante, the enemies and bosses seem a bit random, and the unlockables after finishing the game have changed (no more infinite devil trigger for finishing the game on Dante Must Die mode). But, there are at least some new and improved parts that lets this game be 'alright'. It's no where near better than the 1st one.

 not the best out of the rest!

| | See all kushalp3's reviews (4)

after playing the sequel, i wasn't too impressed with the game, although the moves were good, the swords lacked orginality but the guns were good! the storyline seems partly boring. however the game does include a new playable character! although i did not think this game was good i still bought it because i am a devil may cry fan!

 Get the others

| | See all prsbcrich's reviews (3)

This is by far the weakest DMC of the series so far, the storyline is poor, and even though you control two characters, the game doesn't vary much. However, the gameplay itself is very nice, an improvement on the 1st game but it wasn't for me enough to compensate the lack of true substance. You are well advised to buy the other two games (1 or 3) first as they are both vastly superior.

 Not the best but still great

| | See all cutegamesforgirls's reviews (124)

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I didn't think this was too bad. Sure it isn't as good as others in the series but i still enjoyed it. There are two gripes i had with this though. I thought it was a lot easier than the others and the actual combat system isn't up to scratch. There is only one type of sword combo available which is very weird for a DMC game. Aside from that, the graphics are great, bosses are pretty good and there are two discs! Thats a hell of a lot of gameplay and the levels (20 on each disc) are different from each other. There is a good story-line but Dante isn't his usual cool self. But all in all, not bad at all.

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RegionPAL: Will play on UK and European Playstation2 only
Rating15+ (ELSPA)