Struggling to achieve the fabled SSS with Nero in Devil May Cry 5? Here's what you need to know.
With a great plot, beautiful visuals, and near perfect gameplay, Capcom deliver possibly the best Devil May Cry to date.
It's been over ten years since The House of the Dead flipped the script and went full grindhouse.
While its comeback could have been better refined, this is a serviceable remaster with enough bells and whistles to entice veterans and newcomers alike.
Even though it tends to run more like a PowerPoint presentation than a full priced video game at some points, Earth Defense Force 5 is such a fun guilty pleasure.
Bendy and the Ink Machine’s concept is easy to get into, so it’s a shame that its core design breaks immersion at every turn.