Devil May Cry 3 is the amazing game I've been waiting for since Devil May Cry. The series has been revived! If you consider yourself a hardcore gamer and you own a PS2 you should buy this now! The story line in Devil May Cry 3 goes like this. Half-demon Dante just started a new shop. While chillin and trying to think of a name for his shop a mysterious stanger walks in the front door and invites to Dante to a family reunion with his brother Vergil. After cleaning up a few ambush demons Dante sets off to see his brother. I won't spoil the rest, but I will say it's good enough to keep you waiting for the next in-game movie. While DMC3 is an overall technically good game, it's also not without it's flaws. This game is a prequel to the first DMC, and is a definite must play for fans of the first. The music is hard rock most of the time and can be hard to hear over the clings and clangs of battle. Once you search the net for song lyrics you'll really appreciate the music of DMC3 a lot more The graphics look great, amazingly shows of the PS2's power, though I did notice some minor clipping. For those who don't know what clipping is if you see Dante's sword going through the back of his coat, that's clipping. Game play is amazing. Skillfully owning an entire room of blood-thirsty demons never gets old. The difficulty and loads of moves are daunting at first, but with patience and practise, they will keep you playing long after finishing the game. After beating all five difficulties I still find myself replaying the game just for fun. The unlockables in DMC3 are worth seeing. Beating the low level difficultys gives you some cool artwork and a movie showing you how to preform some of the cooler combos in the game. Once you gotten through the harder difficulties you'll be able able to witness some of the games mo-cap and a movie of japenese actors acting out a few of the games cinematics. Devil May Cry 3 is one of the best games you can buy for your PS2 bar none! At $50 U.S. Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening is worth every hard earned penny.