Sorry, for some reason that stupid juvenile joke amuses me and doesn't get old.
And yet for starring in Anime she doesn't seem particularly well endowed. Maybe the casting director was nursing a hangover.
You're right. After my post I was reading a bit... and DS is more an adventure game. I don't think I'll be playing much of DMC4 (but I like the premise)... I was mostly thinking on one of my my sons, he loves fighting games.
I also read DMC4 was first a PC game, and THEN ported to consoles. Don't know if is true, but it looks GREAT
^_^ I just was trying to avoid confusion. I'm not sure, the PC release was 6 months after the PS3/360 release.
Point of fact about DMC4. You play through half the game as Nero, then you play through that same half in reverse as another character. That kind of annoyed me. Otherwise, it's still a solid DMC with all the same stylings as the other ones.
Well it's the only DMC on PCs. Well not true, DMC3 was released on PC a year(?) after the PS2 release, but the PC port was panned for not playing well on then high end PCs as well as having insanely swapping the left and right thumbsticks. I'm kinda curious if it would run okay on todays gaming PCs.
Also for the price, it's hard to go too wrong for a well regarded AAA game.