Devil May Cry 4 in the House

I would much rather play Devil May Cry 4 on the Xbox 360, but considering the series has been a Sony exclusive in the past, I guess it is fitting that Capcom sent the PS3 version of DMC4.

Capcom always sends great stuff with their review material, and this is no exception. The Art of Devil May Cry 4 is a pocket sized hard-bound art book, about 50 pages.

Also included is the Tome of Knowledge, a reviewer's guide also with some nice artwork in it. This game has the most elaborate embargo I have ever seen; I mean it, it has a multi-tiered flow chart! Luckily we are past that embargo by now.

I can't wait for the reported 20-minute load time for the initial install.

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