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Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition
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In Devil May Cry 4 , the player controls both Nero , a new character, and Dante , the series's main protagonist, while they fight demons using firearms and melee weapons in a hack and slash, shoot 'em up setting. It was announced in March that the game would be released simultaneously for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox , and later for the PC. It was developed by Capcom Production Studio 4, the producers of Resident Evil 4 and the original Devil May Cry , though by this time Hiroyuki Kobayashi became the producer but Hideki Kamiya didn't resume his role as the director as he was no longer with the team. The gameplay for Devil May Cry 4 follows closely to its predecessors, especially Devil May Cry 3 , as a hack and slash adventure. Players navigate their way through massive levels while slaying demons mostly in a third person perspective. Emphasis is placed on the methods used to deal with enemies, in the form of a Stylish Rank Gauge. Players can rack up Style points by defeating enemies with both melee and projectile weapons. Varying one's attacks further increases the gauge, while using the same move repeatedly will lower and stop the letter ranking until another style is used.