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How many copies will Devil May Cry 4 sell in the US in February?
(02/3/08 - 03/1/08)

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Publisher Capcom Studio Capcom Genre Action
Release Dates 02/5/08 01/31/08 02/8/08 TBA

In the fourth installment of the Devil May Cry series, the player takes the role of Nero, a new character, who at times will fight alongside Dante (the player's usual role in the series). The game features a gothic setting in which you must fight demons using swords and firearms. The game is said to play similarly with previous games but with graphics fitting for next-generation consoles.

Nero can attack using his sword, named Red Queen, his double-barrel revolver named Blue Rose, and his demonic arm, named Devil Bringer. In addition to your usual melee sword fighting and ranged shootouts, Nero's demonic arm lets you grab enemies from a distance and throw them or pull them in to attack.

The game is said to feature more weapons, maneuvers, enemies, locations, music, and cutscenes than all the previous releases combined.

NPD Sales Data
February 2008: 295,200

Also see Devil May Cry 4 (PS3) and Devil May Cry 4 (PC).

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Strong 360 sales help Devil May Cry 4 debut at No.1

GamesIndustry - February 12, 2008

Submitted by sagexsdx (19) at 5:44AM PST on February 12, 2008

Sixty one per cent of sales were on the Microsoft console, with the rest on Sony's PlayStation 3 and PC. The game is number one in the All Formats charts but also the individual format charts as well.
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Devil May Cry 4 Review - IGN: 8.7

IGN - February 4, 2008

Submitted by apoloimagod (152) at 12:20PM PST on February 4, 2008

"DMC fans, take heart: Devil May Cry 4, the latest chapter in the series and the first true sequel in the Devil May Cry chronology maintains all of [DMC series] trademarks while showcasing the power of the 360 fairly well."
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Devil May Cry Bundle Coming to Japan

ING - December 25, 2007

Submitted by ballking20 (1588) at 8:10AM PST on December 25, 2007

PlayStation 3 isn't the only system getting some bundle love from Capcom. Microsoft Japan announced today the Xbox 360 Devil May Cry 4 Premium Pack, a hardware bundle that combines the 360 with the latest installment of Capcom's dramatic action hack-n-slasher. The Japan-only bundle includes a Xbox 360 Standard Model, which is the Japanese version of America's Premium Pack, complete with a 20 gigabyte hard disk, wireless controller, media remote, HD AV cables and LAN cable.
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Devil May Cry shines on the 360. XboxWorld review.

Xbox World - January 31, 2008

Submitted by Refreshment (43) at 8:40AM PST on February 1, 2008

Devil May Cry 4 delivers an experience that is SECOND TO NONE ON XBOX 360, so far. Held together by a solid narrative, it makes your blood boil with every fight you encounter.
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Capcom: 360/PS3 versions equal - December 21, 2007

Submitted by ixaarii (47) at 4:09PM PST on December 21, 2007

"The actual answer for concerned gamers with both systems is “Either or, makes no difference.” Gametrailers has done due diligence and run both flavors of the game side by side — and sometimes over and under — for your eyeballing. As I’ve been telling people for months, there ain’t no difference between the two. Kobayashi-san and his team have gotten Capcom’s Framework engine to sit up and bark on command on both systems in a most excellent fashion. All you system fan boys, settle down."
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