Devil may cry yeah that's a good one.. Darksiders you tried?
Bought Darksiders (~mid 2014, retail disk on sale cheap @ a games shop) then Darksiders 2 (in Aug 2014 on sale real cheap through Steam), for PC.
Thoroughly enjoyed Darksiders playing War, taking my time and trying to complete many quests etc., finishing it in ~54hrs.
Was impressed with how the progression goes, how it guides you in various aspects but still retains mystery, and the graphics & landscapes look real sweet.
Enjoyed most of the puzzles being fairly easy, as I'd prefer to relax & enjoy the game at a steady pace rather than be too frustrated too often.
Extremely good value for money after getting it real cheap, wouldv'e been pretty happy still paying more for it probably.
Doubted I'd enjoy Darksiders 2 as much, but ended up enjoying it more.. Many things done well for gamer enjoyment. Both excellent games!
Noticed some subtle references / part-similarities to certain characters/beasts/aspects of various fantasy stories I've read, e.g. the Shannara, Eddings & Magician series books
(can't think of exact examples right now, but I recall being impressed and glad to experience a subtle similarity to some memories of those at certain times in these games) - interesting.
I enjoyed & benefitted from using maxxed out Ghouls a lot, then once I made a possessed weapon with health & wrath steal that Frenzy became awesome..
Even though the range of different mobs is impressive, I still wouldv'e liked to see 1 or 2 more new ones as well as more in general in certain areas (on normal difficulty anyway).
Also (on normal difficulty) late in the game, many of the tougher/boss mobs were way too easy once I got my set lookin real sweet ~lvl 28 Death just laid the smack down on pretty much everything.
Including in the Crucible - honestly waves 75-100 were weaker than I'd hoped, and Wicked K was just laughable.
This does instill a desire to play through on Apocalyptic (toughest) difficulty which is cool, something I'd never really consider but am for DS2!
That's pretty much the extent of the cons for mine, most other aspects to the game are very polished, play well and I can hardly recall any bugs nor crashes (impressive!)
Finished Darksiders 2 on Easy (again, taking my time, looking for & trying to complete many side-quests etc.) then progressed to it's second play-through on normal, finishing it in ~149hrs.
Both Darksiders & Darksiders 2 represent EXCELLENT value for money when purchased on sale cheap, I'd even go so far as to say DS2 is worth the RRP when it came out.
Please let there be a Darksiders 3.