Devil May Cry Legacy

Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition Before the coming of Devil May Cry 5, we take a look back to the one of the greatest hack and slash games of all time. This time, Dante has a new friend. Following the events of the first Devil May Cry, get to know the new character Nero as he protects the city of Fortuna from pandemonium, one smackdown at a time. For the first time in the series, players control two major characters: Nero and Dante, each with unique combat elements and storylines. Special Edition adds a buttload of new content to the game including playable characters like Vergil, Lady, and Trish. Alongside its new content, its polished to pure HD for that perfect demon smacking fun. It has a PlayScore of 8.25 Found the game for you? You can get them by using the links provided in our description box. And if your game isn’t on the list, make sure to check

Transformers: Devastation From the team behind Bayonetta. This game delights you with a cacophony of clanking metal and transforming Alien robots in hack and slash fun. As autobots, your job is to protect the planet from the ravaging Insecticons and Constructicons, and eliminating the threats for good. With Platinum Games’ golden touch, Devastation’s hack and slash gameplay flows with ease. Control one of the five iconic characters from the franchise including Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Sideswipe, Wheeljack and Grimlock. Together they do their job to safeguard humanity with their transforming powers. It plays a lot like Bayonetta–if she were a towering metal behemoth, instead of the sexy witch that she is. It has a PlayScore of 8.31 4. Darksiders Released on the PC way back in 2010, THQ Nordic’s action adventure remains as one of the defining titles in the genre. In a series yet to be completed, this first installment follows the misadventures of War personified. Bringing destructive chaos into the post apocalyptic Earth, hacking and slashing as the hellish horseman is almost a heavenly delight. The graphics may well be outdated by today’s standards but it doesn’t make it any less satisfying. Arm yourself with an array of weapons, solve a few puzzles, and bring down whatever towering creature stands in your way. A stellar first impression, it has a PlayScore of 8.47 3.

DmC: Devil May Cry Hold up, before anyone goes crazy, this was a pretty decent Devil May Cry game. Ninja Theory’s very own take on CAPCOM’s iconic demon-slaying series may not be for everyone, but it does prove to be a great game in terms of its familiar elements. A prequel reboot of some sorts, follow the origins of Dante and Vergil as they take down the evil Mundus from corrupting the world. Just like the original, engage in its frenzied hack and slash combat powered by impressive level designs and backed by a mesmerizing dubstep soundtrack. It receives a PlayScore of 8.71 2. Bayonetta If there’s one video game character that can comfortably go toe to toe with Dante from Devil May Cry, it’s Bayonetta. SEGA’s badass heroine is lauded for her sexy personality and absurd fighting skills. Beat your enemies with the whip of her deadly locks, or shoot them with your majestic guns. Everything is possible when you’re a Hideki Kamiya character. Just like most hack and slash games, its combat is fast-paced, button-mashing mayhem.

It’s upcoming title, Bayonetta 3, is coming out very soon and we just can’t wait. It has a PlayScore of 8.84 1. And the best hack and slash game is Dead Cells We might be in trouble, or we might not. As it is, Motion Twins‘ indie title is already a loveable jumble o’ genres. Without adding to it, the game happily complies with the heart of hack and slash, what with its intense and deliciously satisfying combat. In the hands of Dead Cells, death–usually the bane of a gamer’s existence–becomes almost a happy incident, letting you retrace steps and kill monsters with even more gusto. A welcome, albeit unexpected, addition to the roster, it has a PlayScore of 9.03 Also, you can catch and the whatoplay gang play the latest games at our gameplay channel whatoplay live by clicking that icon in the top right corner. And those were the Top 10 PC Hack and Slash Games. Tell us what you think in the comment section. And if you loved this video, don’t forget to like, share and subscribe to become a certified whatoplayer. That’s it. See you next time.