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The theme of this game is pretty seedy, focuses on the deadly sins, multiplied by the angst of youth, throw in some sexual themes and you have a very dark, twisted story. Without the charisma of the main character though, it doesn't entirely work. Dante is very wooden, as are the rest of the cast. Combined with terribly voice acting, DmC struggles to really keep you invested in the characters.
Gameplay however is fantastic, it's still not the best in the genre, but it does come off as more accessible than Devil May Cry 4. Switching weapons on the fly is really simple, and utilising the grappling mechanics it can be pretty fun stringing together massive combos. I'm liking this game gameplay wise the most so far, but to be fair, I haven't played the first three yet.
On the 560ti, with everything turned up to the max, and not using the highest AA possible (not needed) the game is smooth as butter and looks pretty decent. Level design is pretty weak, but visually it makes the par.