Devil May Cry 4 Refrain Is On iTunes

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We’ve reported on Devil May Cry 4 Refrain before, but in case you missed it, here’s a recap: Refrain is an iPhone port of Devil May Cry 4, originally developed for Docomo mobile phones in Japan.

 

Capcom say Refrain features 10 stages and 8 boss battles. It features two modes of control, Normal and Simple. If you’re curious to try it, the game is presently discounted on iTunes at $1.99. For the moment, Refrain only features Nero’s half of the Devil May Cry 4 story.

 

Refrain isn’t the only Devil May Cry game on phones either. For a look at previous DMC games for mobile phones, you can check out this older post.

 


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