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This list will tackle them. 25 Best PC Hack & Slash Games. M any tend to think that only console gaming reigns supreme when it comes to great hack-and-slash games, but that’s completely not true.
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PC Gaming provides a slew of hack-and-slash titles, and if we count emulation, then the games are endless. During its inception, the genre started as a sub-genre of beat’em ups, but it quickly evolved to absorb other genres like third-person shooters, Role-playing, and even first-person shooting to give players what they’ve dreamed of. This list focuses more on tackling naturally fast-paced hack-and-slash outings. Those who are into character action games will feel delighted at the number of games that will be mentioned here. They’re memorable and worth hours of replayability. Enjoy. Note: A couple of Musou titles will also receive a mention. Table of Contents. Devil May Cry. Devil May Cry Games  Devil May Cry Mainline Games  Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition -0001 Content Update. Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition 2015 Remaster. DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition 2015 Content Update. Devil May Cry™ 5: Deluxe Edition 2019 Complete Edition. Devil May Cry™ 5: Special Edition 2020 Remaster. Devil May Cry Compilation  Devil May Cry Spin-off  T he Devil May Cry franchise is in a league of its own when it comes to the hack-and-slash gameplay style. Originally debuted on the PS2 back in 2001, the franchise went on to spawn several successful sequels which kept evolving with each new release. Devil May Cry 5 was the most recent release in the franchise after more than a decade of hiatus. The 5th entry combines everything from its predecessors to deliver a new exciting and stylish chapter of the sons of Sparda. Featuring incredible visuals thanks to the RE engine, well-done voice-acting and stylish combos that make the gameplay exceptional, Devil May Cry 5 is a wild ride. You can still delve back into the originals, but they can be rough around the edges at times (especially the 2nd one). Luckily, the 3rd entry and its sequel still hold up well these days, which is nice because Devil May Cry 3 has the best story in the series. Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance. M etal Gear Rising: Revengeance came out as a surprise when it launched. For years, the series has been known for its stealth gameplay. However, Revengeance took a completely different approach by introducing Raiden as the new main protagonist with distinctive over-the-top action gameplay. And while long-time series fans weren’t pleased with this spin-off, the fact is this entry made the series much more accessible than its predecessors. The best thing about Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance is the ability to slice anything that moves in slow-motion. Nothing comes down to the satisfaction of cutting a mecha robot to pieces while watching it crumble in front of your eyes. After all these years, this game remains one of the best hack-and-slash games ever made. If you haven’t played it yet it’s not late to experience it on your PC. No More Heroes / No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle. N o More Heroes is a cult classic that every hack-and-slash fan should experience. Its combat is addictive due to its simplicity and the way it blends two genres together. (Hack & Slash and Beat’em up). One hour you’ll be cutting off heads left and right, and in the second hour, you’ll be body-slamming their heads to the ground using wacky wrestling moves. As the otaku Travis Touchdown, you’ll go on a quest to become the number one assassin, and maybe have a chance to do it with Sylvia if she feels like it. The story isn’t that mind-blowing, but that’s Suda51 for you. The second game improves over its predecessor by introducing the ability to wield dual-beam katanas towards the end. What’s more, the sequel features some of the best boss fights in the genre that’ll stick with you forever. Although the camera movement in the second game may annoy many, the game is still entertaining if you can manage to forgive these flaws. For those who yearn for a great and memorable hack-and-slash experience, No More Heroes is the best choice. Bayonetta. B ayonetta doesn’t feel like a Devil May Cry clone at all. In fact, Bayonetta is in a league of its own. A unique experience that you won’t find elsewhere, and it’s a shame that the sequel will never come to PC since Nintendo owns the rights. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the same developer behind Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance made Bayonetta . PlatinumGames delivers an exceptional journey that you will sadly not find elsewhere. The game is crazy, featuring a unique combat system with satisfying quick-time events, and incredible soundtracks to listen to. As the witch Bayonetta, you fight hordes of grotesque angels using her guns equipped in her heels, sidearms and most importantly her hair. Bayonetta’s hair is capable of summoning anything that comes to her mind, from a giant beast that devours her foes to deadly weapons. Onimusha: Warlords. O nimusha: Warlords, during its initial development phase, started as a “Resident Evil but with a samurai” concept, and ended up being its own thing. The result? fascinating. Instead of following in Resident Evil’s footsteps, Onimusha: Warlords features a brave samurai (Samanosuke Akechi) whose tasked with rescuing princess Yuki from the clutches of the Genma. Gameplay-wise, Onimusha: Warlords may feel rough around the edges if you aren’t accustomed to the classic tank controls. But if you can manage to ignore that, you’re in for an entertaining game. The combat is solid despite all these years, and it shows that Capcom has spent time crafting this masterpiece. Samanosuke can wield up to 3 mythical weapons, all of which possess destructive powers capable of taking on dangerous Genmas. We can only hope that the other sequels will likely receive a remaster treatment on PC in the foreseeable future. God of War. G od of War is a reboot of the original saga with a new epic adventure, and more of Kratos bashing enemies to their death.