El Mag wrote:One bad thing I've heard is the ending might be doing an Asura's Wrath in that the rest of it will be in the Vergil DLC. Hopefully it's not too abrupt.
How's the difficulty Tamoor? Playing Devil May Cry 3 HD recently has made me realise I might not be able to cut it anymore!
I wouldn't say it does an Asura's Wrath, that game felt like it withheld the ending, this is a little different. I won't say too much because it might be a bit of a spoiler, but for fans of the series, think about the story of Dante and Vergil's relationship in the old games and you can probably figure out why it ends the way it does.
As for the difficulty, I don't think you'll have much problem. DMC3 is definitely MUCH harder, in fact it's notoriously for being unfairly difficult, stick it on normal setting (Devil Hunter) you won't find yourself struggling. It's a good way to enjoy the story and characters without getting your arse kicked every 20mins.
I mentioned it briefly towards the end of the review, but for series vets that like a challenge I'd recommend starting on Nephilm. The game actually says "Select this difficulty if you've played Devil May Cry before, and want the full DmC experience". After that try Son of Sparda difficulty too, it's got remixed waves, enemies and bosses have a bunch of different moves/patterns.