Devil May Cry 5

Devil May Cry 5

This game is short, but it’s a gem for sure

between the stylish gameplay that puts all other spectacle fighters to shame, and the variety of really fun characters that are all really fun and compliment a different playstyle, and the… subpar but still really good multiplayer aspect of the some sections of the game (there’s a mod that let’s you use the co-op on all missions btw, see Nexusmods)

Once you finally get good at the game and unlock all of the moves, you can pull off some REALLY stylish combos, even I’ve managed a few

Real player with 542.8 hrs in game

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I literally hate this game so much I swear to god level 10 on HaH is not even possible I have spent over 20 Hours trying to do it and if you even make one mistake you lose I hate it so much I hate this game

Real player with 120.5 hrs in game

Devil May Cry 5 on Steam

DmC: Devil May Cry

DmC: Devil May Cry

DmC had a lot of unwarranted hate poised against it before it even before release. ‘Fans’ decried the new design, while thrashing the developers for describing the old look in blunt but apt ways. The verdict was in before anyone could get their hands on it, and even when people did, they would only look to reinforce their own idea of what the game is. Scenes meant to be tongue-in-cheek throwbacks and foreshadowing were perceived as slights against the vocal few, while actual flaws went overlooked.

Real player with 45.4 hrs in game

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I’ve been stuck in the bloody palace for 6 days now, i’m addicted. (help)

Real player with 24.3 hrs in game

DmC: Devil May Cry on Steam

Devil May Cry HD Collection

Devil May Cry HD Collection

“I should have been the one to fill your dark soul with LIIIIIIGHT!!!!”

Amazing trilogy, older Action/Hack and Slash games can sometimes feel very clunky and slow in comparison to more recent games however these games hold their own and were definitely revolutionary to the genre for their time.

DMC was very enjoyable, a very solid introduction into the games. The puzzles and boss fights can be quite challenging even if you are playing on standard difficulty or even if this is your first DMC experience (like myself). Exploring the castle was very interesting as every area felt new and different without reprinting the same textures for different areas of the map which is what you tend to see in a lot of the older PS2 Games.

Real player with 94.1 hrs in game

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2 amazing games with fun story and gameplay… except for dmc3’s mission 18…. and dmc2

Real player with 56.5 hrs in game

Devil May Cry HD Collection on Steam

Devil May Cry 4

Devil May Cry 4

The Special Edition (re-release/standalone expansion) is coming out on June 24th as a separate product. If you were considering this, I suggest you wait a few months.

Devil May Cry 4 is intended for a controller, playable with a keyboard (on the highest difficulties and for doing advanced combos)- but bizarre as the mouse is only for menus. In a lot of cases the game will require the player to press 3+ keys at the same time without ghosting (common in cheap keyboards made only for typing).

Real player with 745.4 hrs in game

Devil May Cry 4 is an amazing hack-and-slash game that is easy to learn and hard to master. The combat system is very in depth and there is always more room for improvement, even for the greatest masters of the game. It also has many different difficulty levels that will keep you busy for HOURS. You get to play as either Nero, who has a very interesting combat system because of his grab ability, and Dante, who has a variety of weapons and fighting styles to choose from while in game, giving an indefinite number of possibilities for combos. Plus, the game is very pretty, even on the lowest graphics settings, and for a PC port, it is not that bad.

Real player with 143.2 hrs in game

Devil May Cry 4 on Steam

Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition

Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition

Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition

Quick Summary

Devil may Cry 4 (DMC4) is a wonderful addition to the DMC series. Introducing new style switching for Dante, a whole cast of vibrant bosses, a mediocre story,

and a new main character called Nero!


  • Nero is a really cool character with one hell of an arm!

  • Dante is much more in depth, opening up a wider range of skills and styles

  • Variety of enemies that really stand out visually and physically

Real player with 91.4 hrs in game

Really a big fan of the series, but I’ll try to keep this from influencing this review.

DMC4:SE added three very enjoyable characters, costumes and Legendary Dark knight Mode (Legendary DKM mode is only new for console).


+Moves and skills from DMC3:SE and teleporting trick from DmC are mixed with this character along with moves unrelated.

+Three weapons to choose from- Beowulf, Yamato, Force Edge.

+Concentration gauge. Gauge raised by standing still in combat and making hits, losing gauge by missing and running around.

Real player with 53.8 hrs in game

Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition on Steam

WARRIORS OROCHI 4 Ultimate - 無双OROCHI3 Ultimate

WARRIORS OROCHI 4 Ultimate - 無双OROCHI3 Ultimate

I missed Warriors Orochi 3 on consoles, so getting this on PC is really a treat.

Well, for starters, it’s the same Warriors Formula since PS2, so anyone who wants to sit on a couch (or chair) and slaughter NPCs, you’ll feel right at home.



  • It runs smoothly in 60 FPS most of the time - although it drops to 40-ish when you use some magic, especially with that bow.* Same old Warriors formula, not that one in DW 9. Something you can really enjoy.* Checkpoints - This is an incredible boon, you don’t have to repeat all those annoying moments in the game just because you get hit by lots of arrows in Chaos mode.

Real player with 89.8 hrs in game

So, blazing through both vanilla WO4 and WO4U for the first time, and getting somewhat up the final tower in Infinity Mode, I think I’m finally in the position to give this game a proper review.

TL;DR: It’s an extremely solid entry in the Warriors lineup, especially considering the combat from both DW8 & SW4-II are here + Sacred Treasure system, so I feel it’s worth a purchase. However, it is undeniably weaker compared to WO3U in terms of richness of features, and presentation in terms of visuals, story, and unique environments.

Real player with 68.4 hrs in game

WARRIORS OROCHI 4 Ultimate - 無双OROCHI3 Ultimate on Steam

DYNASTY WARRIORS 7: Xtreme Legends Definitive Edition

DYNASTY WARRIORS 7: Xtreme Legends Definitive Edition

This is the best possible start for newcomers to the Dynasty Warriors franchise period.

Sure most people will say play Dynasty Warriors 8 first as it has better gameplay but if you start with 8 you will not be able to appreciate the series as much as you will if you start with this one.

Why is that? Because Dynasty Warriors 7 has a story mode that has you playing pretty much every major character in the game. This is great because those new to the series are likely going to be overwhelmed by the massive roster of character, much like in fighting games, Dynasty Warriors roster usually consists of picking the character that looks the coolest (unless you have any interest in ROT3K lore prior to playing this series). This isn’t the case with Dynasty Warriors 7 as you get to experience every single character’s perspective rather than just playing as one character over and over again. I find that this keeps the experience from being too repetitive compared with previous games in the series where you just stick to a certain character for each mission. Dynasty Warriors switches the characters up giving you new moves to use each time and no character is hard to master since the entire game is designed around pick up and play gameplay which is great.

Real player with 73.3 hrs in game

Every Allied Officer ever: “Whatever you do, DO NOT PURSUE LU BU!!”

Proceeds to pursue Lu Bu

Repackaged as Xtreme Legends Definitive Edition, Koei’s number one “Ancient Chinese Genocide simulator” series returns back in time 7-8 years back to re-release 7 into Steam,

! knowingly that they kinda admit they screwed the pooch with DW9.

To make things short

Gameplay: Dynasty Warriors 7 returns back to their usual bread and butter 6-button attack combos after immediately divorcing 6’s Renbu attack system. Levelling up is non-existent and was rather replaced with a skill system (8:XL would eventually revert that).

Real player with 55.9 hrs in game

DYNASTY WARRIORS 7: Xtreme Legends Definitive Edition on Steam



This is a new engine. It doesn’t have the plethora of models that the old workhorse of WO2 and 3 had. So it’s a smaller roster. That being said, it still feels like SW game. I enjoy it more as I play more of it.

Each weapon does have a basic moveset. But each character brings a couple special moves to their weapons. For instance Saito’s spear has very basic moveset up to C5. Toshiie’s spear has an unique C1 and unique C5 barrage and a max of C6. Tadakatsu’s spear has an unique C1 and an unique C6 move also.

Real player with 241.1 hrs in game

Koei has taken a huge risk here, effectively rebooting the Samurai Warriors franchise, and it amazingly works.

I’ve been a fan of the Warriors series for most of my life, starting with DW2, I’ve seen the highs and lows of this franchise, and the start of the Samurai side series. I consider DW8XL one of, if not the best of the series, and everything about 9 was a complete failure to reimagine and reinvigorate. So when news broke of Samurai Warriors 5 and it also attempting to reimagine the series, I like many, dreaded the worst. Now, 16 hours in, I can confidently say Koei has a massive success in this rebooted franchise.

Real player with 59.6 hrs in game


Ryse: Son of Rome

Ryse: Son of Rome

fun game that holds up today even though it was just a “tech demo” when release. decent story, solid graphics, and mediocre gameplay. plays like a simpler version of the batman arkham series. the only downside is that campaign is very short (4-6hrs) and the combat is repetitive. still, worth checking out since it plays like an extended action movie.

Real player with 60.8 hrs in game

Contrary to what the game’s title might leave you believing, the protag’s name is not actually Ryse, but it’s actually Marius. Some characters do tell him to rise from time to time when he’s being a lazy slacker falling asleep in the middle of a war, and the subtitles use an i instead of a y, but that’s just semantics. I’d also consider the “Son of Rome” part to be a little inaccurate since a city can’t conceive people. Although people can be conceived inside cities, and Marius’s daddy-o, Leontius sure laid down the pipe on his wife Septima. And we have confirmation that he did so at least twice since Marius has a sister! I might be going a little off track here, so let’s get down to the game itself.

Real player with 21.8 hrs in game

Ryse: Son of Rome on Steam

SAMURAI WARRIORS: Spirit of Sanada

SAMURAI WARRIORS: Spirit of Sanada

Finally 100% completed this game…. ugh…

If you’d asked me in the first 10 hours of playing, back then I probably would have recommended it…

… But then it started to drag on… and on… and on… and I found I wasn’t even halfway through the game yet before I’d got completely sick of it.

I’ll put it this way: It is like a Samurai Warriors game… except ONLY about the Sanada family… and with hours of text blocks and cutscenes sandwiched inbetween every battle… and like Samurai Warriors 4-II, the trigger conditions for the various tasks you have to undertake in battle are really flaky… and you often have to wait through tons of pointless dialogue and pop-ups for hundreds of kills or whatever before the game bothers to acknowledge you’re near someone it has an event for (by which time you’ll be running out of daylight). Expect to finish a lot of battles to find a few of them still locked and no clue what to do to unlock them… sometimes because you killed the guy you were supposed to kill before the game told you to kill it and it just never procced.

Real player with 82.4 hrs in game

I have played all of the Samurai Warriors games to date and am a huge fan of the Warriors games. And I have to say this is the best Samurai Warriors and possibly the best Warriors game I have played. In Spirit of the Sanada they focus specifically on the Sanada Clan making their way through the Warring States Period. This game is much more story focused than previous installments, filled with tons of dialogue, characters and events. The main story took me around 35hrs to complete so it’s not just some short spin off. The battles are very fun despite being a bit repetitive. They also have added in a day/night cycle which switches thing up a bit but makes battle time limits shorter. Furthermore, they’ve also included a stratagem system into this which can give you an advantage in a battle or make a task much easier to complete. While using them isn’t necessary, it can make life so much easier in battle because some of them get pretty rough at times if you’re not overpowered. The only downside is it takes forever to charge it up after completing objectives once before. I’m going to close by saying this, I’ve played through this series 5 times now (SW - SW4-II) and I’ve read up on the actual history featured in this series. I went into this game knowing exactly how things were going to play out and what the ultimate fate of everyone would be. But despite this I could not help tearing up. The way they executed the ending of this grand story was excellent. It left me so sad but very satisified. I just cannot praise this game enough. I highly recommend this to any Warriors fan and to anyone who is looking to get into the series.

Real player with 64.8 hrs in game

SAMURAI WARRIORS: Spirit of Sanada on Steam