Screechy rock music that's subtle enough to ignore, decent voice acting, and nice clanky sound effects.
A damn fine remastering job that sees Devil May Cry 4 looking stellar seven years on. Capcom is pretty good at this stuff.
Just as challenging yet gratifying as it was back in 2008, the tweaks to tempo and balance make for a smooth experience on Xbox One. It's great.
The PC version's Legendary Dark Knight mode joins the party alongside new characters, skins, Turbo Mode and other content. Value-wise, it's a strong package.
A lot of repetition that involves completing the campaign numerous times, the achievement list as a whole is made up of several objectives that must be completed in a variety of ways. Consequently, it's a bit bland.