The fourth installment in the Devil May Cry series.



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Credited cast:
Nero (voice) (as Johnny Bosch)
Dante (voice)
Kyrie / Lady
Agnus (voice)
Gloria / Trish (voice)
Sanctus (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Credo (voice)
Kyrie (voice)


The fourth installment in the Devil May Cry series.

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5 February 2008 (USA)  »

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In this game, given Dante is older than Nero, he calls him "kid" during the most part of the game story. This situation was also introduced in the previous installment of the series: "Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening (2005)", although Dante was the one to be called after "kid" and "devil boy" by Jester/Arkham, one of the main villains from the game, this happened because Devil May Cry 3 is the game telling the first part of the story in its timeline, so Dante was more or less as young as Nero in Devil May Cry 4 (2008) See more »


Dante: [after their battle concludes] You cooled off yet, kid? What's the matter? Why the glare?
Nero: You look as if you've just been playing me from the beginning.
Dante: That sword was used to separate our world from the demons. I can't have something of that kinda power floating around now, can I? It's got to stay in the family.
Nero: I need this...
Dante: Then keep it. Now that you're calm and cool, get going.
Dante: [as Nero walks off] Hey! What's your name?
Nero: Nero. You're Dante, right? Not a bad name.
[again, walks off]
Dante: Neither is ...
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Follows Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening (2005) See more »


Shall Never Surrender
Lyrics by Jason "Shyboy" Arnold of Hypnogaja
Vocals by Jason "Shyboy" Arnold of Hypnogaja
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User Reviews

You can't get better when it comes to hack and slash in the new millennium.
24 July 2009 | by (Noctropolis) – See all my reviews

A very entertaining, spectacular hack and slash effort for 360. Although it does not exploits the capacity of the xbox, it truly delivers magnificent moments for fans of the series.

It starts in a spectacular manner with a great video intro and very soon you get to be a part of the action.

The visuals are stunning and will make you think of 90'S Capcom. The sound is also fantastic and makes you really wish to be in that world.

I really like this game for it's easy controls, spectacular graphics, violence converted through swords and more.

The creepy battle with the fire gigantic monster is among the best moments in the game.

This is truly a masterpiece when it comes to hack and slash. A new favorite and future cult classic.

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