If a man defines himself by his enemies, then Devil May Cry%26rsquo;s Dante must be borderline schizophrenic. One minute he%26rsquo;s fighting hell%26rsquo;s lava-spewing minions - the next he%26rsquo;s shooting a giant canary on a pirate ship. Before lunch he%26rsquo;s murdering hordes of marionettes - afterwards he%26rsquo;s slicing up an orangutan in an abandoned train station. In a world of increasingly humanoid bosses, Devil May Cry takes the grand old tradition of packing some of the most misshapen, misguided and mental bosses possible into every level. And here we salute them. Well, most of them.