Of course, if you have your enemy in the air, you can always crash it to the ground using Buster. The Devil Bringer has a distinct and punishing physical nature - something missing from even some of the sword fighting in previous Devil May Cry games.
The developers at Capcom promised us that this is just the tip of the iceberg for Nero's repertoire of special moves in Devil May Cry 4. We hope so... because so far, the combat is already brutally entertaining.
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