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Devil May Cry 4 (2008) vs Xenoblade Chronicles (2010) which game was more popular?

When we think about popular games that came out between the late 00’s-early 10’s time period titles such as Devil May Cry 4 along with Xenoblade Chronicles are some of the many titles that instantly comes to mind. Ever since, Devil May Cry 4 was released back in 2008 for the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360 the game has mostly been praised by fans and critics alike for its gameplay, visuals and to some extent its overall level of difficulty. The popularity of Devil May Cry 4 eventually lead to the development and release of a graphic novel relating to the game the following year in 2009. Since its release Devil May Cry 4 has managed to reach at least three million units worldwide in sales before the “Special Edition” version of the game was ported for the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One in 2015.

When it comes down to Action-RPG’s for the Nintendo Wii Xenoblade Chronicles was without a doubt one of the biggest games on that console within that genre. Even though, the Xeno series had bedroom around since the late 90’s Xenoblade Chronicles was a game that introduced many casual gamers to series especially considering how popular the Wii console was back in the late 00’s-early 10’s. There were various aspects about Xenoblade Chronicles including the real-time action battle based system along with being able to travel in an open world environment with a party of other characters that made it very appealing. In terms of which game was better really depends on whether or not you are more in action-adventure games versus Action RPG’s. But of which game was more popular following their respective releases many in western countries such as America would probably argue in favor of Devil May Cry 4. The DMC series has always appeared to be more popular than Xeno plus Devil May Cry 4 was an attraction on multiple game consoles while Xenoblade Chronicles was mostly one on the Nintendo Wii.

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