Blasted my way through all of the difficulty modes in DmC, except for the final mission in Hell and Hell, which I can't do without getting hit at least four times. Today, I got the Vergil's Downfall DLC, which is basically just more of the same thing so far. Not bad, but not great, although I would like to note now that the cutscenes are UGLY AS HELL in this gritty, artsy style, and the production team is just fucking lazy to not do real CGI animation. Make no mistake, this was not an artistic choice. This whole DLC has been shadowed with production issues from the start of development, and this was just another way to cut corners.
Continuing to trudge my way through Tomb Raider 2013 (or Resident Raider 4: Now with More Estrogen, if you prefer), and although I am still very irritated at how un-Tomb-Raider-like this is, I am slowly calming myself and trying to appreciate the game on its own merits.
...but if Lara takes one more dive down a cliffside and comes out right as rain and smelling like roses, I may scream.