Devil May CryTM HD Collection brings the first three original Devil May Cry® titles; Devil May Cry, Devil May Cry 2, and Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening Special Edition together in one high definition package for the first time. Featuring Dante, one of the most iconic video game characters of the last decade, Devil May Cry HD Collection is full of the award-winning gameplay and style that the series has become known for with the addition of stunning HD graphics, bonus content and support for Achievements.
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Rated 5 out of
DMCThis game is amazing. Capcom is good at making games that are out of this world.
Date published: 2019-06-04
Rated 4 out of
Cool throwback for modern day classics.Nice remastered version of classic action-adventure title for a trendsetting genre.
Date published: 2018-09-20
Rated 5 out of
ExcellentI bought it two weeks ago with insurance and played it right away, and I was reliving my childhood.
Date published: 2018-09-05
Rated 5 out of
Great featuresI bought my games a few weeks ago and I’m having fun with them.
Date published: 2018-07-18
Rated 5 out of
Hardcore Hack and SlashI would not recommend this game to people who are very bad at games. It will cause you to be frustrated if you are. Now i recommend it to hardcore gamers and people who want a good challenge. Devil may cry 1,2, and 3 are in this disc. I personally dislike dmc 1 and 2. Devil may cry 3 is probably the best hack and slash game I have ever played. I like all the different weapons you can choose from and the styles. Styles are basically you're abilities. You can choose from Trickster, Swordmaster, Gunslinger, Royalguard, Quicksilver, and Doppleganger. Trickster is probably the one you want to stick to you're find time playing around since it can help you dodge around moves and teleport. Swordmaster is the style to choose if you want to have flashly moves. Gunslinger is okay if you want to look cool with guns, but i personally never used it. Royalguard is for veterans who now exactly when to block. Doppleganger is when you just want to summon another you who mimics whatever you do. What i like about doppleganger is the fact that you can have a 2nd player controlling it when you press start on the 2nd controller. Now quicksilver is my favorite style, it's where you can slow down time. This made it much easier for my to pass the difficulties. If you're a first timer i recommend you play through the difficulties in order, so you can get enough red orbs (you get them from killing monsters) to level up you're skills and weapons. You also unlock costumes on hard and dante must die mode which give you infinite devil trigger which is basically you're ultimate form. You regenerate your health and can slow down time infinitely. Overall i rate this a 10/10 because it felt so satisfying to beat all the difficulties and to get all the achievements. Although i really didn't like DMC 1 and 2.
Date published: 2013-10-11
Rated 5 out of
Still the Best Action Games of the GenEvery once in a while, a title comes along that re-defines the future of gaming. It's a turning point in game development, and spawns hundreds of budget clones that try to cash in while it's hot. In 2001, DMC was one of those games. It single-handedly invented the action game genre as we know it. DMC3 invented true Stylish Action- with weapon switching, evasive maneuvers, and over-the-top powers.
The ports are really solid. I had some concerns after reading about the problems with other HD collectiosn recently, like the Silent Hill HD Collection. Visuals are crisp and clean, and the games look excellent considering their age. DMC1's textures hold up surprisingly well (shows how far good art direction can go) aside from the pixelated skybox or so. DMC3 looks absolutely gorgeous. They added some anti-aliasing, and the motion capture looks impressive even by today's standards. The only gripe that some people might have is that various menus and cutscenes (the ones that are full motion video) are still in 4:3 ratio. This isn't a dealbreaker for me, and recreating these videos would have been pretty impractical.
Some people are saying that they stretched the aspect ratio of the games to fit the widescreen. THIS IS ERRONEOUS. They actually widened the viewing area to 16:9, which makes some of the camera angle griefs much better.
Of course, the entire series runs at 60fps for buttery smooth combat. No hiccups or framerate issues. No technical glitches or bugs. The gameplay is pretty much flawless.
As for extras, the Vault comes with a collection of never before released pre-production concept art. One of the other reviewers on Amazon said that this is all stuff you can get on the internet, but it's simply not true. There are several pieces of art from back when DMC1 was a Resident Evil title. These never made their way to the general public. There's also a nice selection of music from each of the three titles. This is, unfortunately, incomplete, but it's still a nice touch. Throw your favorite track on while you peruse the gallery.
DMC2 is a throwaway title. It always has been. Don't let that discourage you because DMC1 and DMC3 together are worth well more than the $40 asking price. Even so, it looks as good as it ever has.
If you have ANY interest at all in action games, maybe you want to see what all the hubbub is about, or if you want to revisit these incredible titles with gorgeous visuals, you owe it to yourself to pick up this collection.
Date published: 2013-09-10
Rated 4 out of
A blast to playWithout knowing anything about Devil May Cry, I picked it up at my local Gamestop not knowing what awesomeness it had in store. The Devil May Cry series has earned a lot of awards for it's flawless franchise of games and I can see why. You get the first three games that were released on the Playstation 2 all in HD. You have Devil May Cry, Devil May Cry 2, and Devil May Cry: Dante's Awakening. The stories are fantastic, the combat is fast paced and fun to play, and the voice acting is great. The only thing I did not like at first was the camera. It will switch locations and it kind of got on my nerves. However, what I learned is that this game was supposed to be a Resident Evil game and somebody messed up on it, creating this awesome franchise so I realized that it has that same camera style of Resident Evil games. Devil May Cry has earned a place on my favorite games list and hopefully you will find a place for it to when you pick it up at Gamestop.
Date published: 2013-03-21
Rated 2 out of
Pain in the butt!I got this game on a whim.I wanted something different to play.I had a few problems and I had to actually go online to figure it out. I'm a hardcore gamer.I played anything and everything.But my biggest complaint was you have to constantly save and save.If you don't you will have to start the mission over.And trying to reload your save was a task in itself.I know when the originals came out 2001,2003,and 2005.And released on high def in 2011-12!The game play is about individual missions.I guess its to each his or hers own likes.Would I recommend this to any one.The answer is NO!