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Devil May Cry HD Collection (PlayStation 3) - Overview
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Developer

Capcom

Genre

Action

Other Versions

X360

Release Dates

04/03/12 Capcom
03/22/12 Capcom
04/03/12 Capcom

Community Stats

Owners: 37
Tracked: 0
Wishlist: 4
Now Playing: 2

Summary

Devil May Cry 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 will be 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 Trophies and Achievements.

Debuting in 2001, Devil May Cry immediately redefined the action genre. The title captured gamers’ hearts through its stylish, over-the-top action and bad boy anti-hero Dante. Son to a human mother and a devil father named Sparda, the half-demon Dante uses his innate abilities and the powers of ancient demons to fight a one-man war against the forces of darkness and save humanity from damnation.

Devil May Cry 2 released in 2003 and centres on Dante and his new devilishly agile partner Lucia in their fight to defeat a man hell-bent on achieving supreme power.   Devil May Cry 3: Dante’s Awakening Special Edition is the definitive edition of Devil May Cry 3: Dante’s Awakening, featuring a number of enhancements, including the opportunity to play as Dante’s twin brother, Vergil, as well as the addition of Bloody Palace Mode and Turbo Mode. 

Key features

Iconic demon action hero returns – Play as Dante, one of the most iconic video game characters of the last decade

Upgraded visuals – Experience the stylish gothic action that the series is best known for in stunning HD, with updated textures and widescreen support

Bonus content – Devil May Cry HD Collection offers players a wealth of new content for fans and newcomers alike

 

Source: http://www.capcom-unity.com/snow_infernus/blog/2011/10/17/announcing_devil_may_cry_hd_collection

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Latest Updates

Release Date Added to Database oliist 01st Jun 2011
Release Date Added to Database oliist 01st Jun 2011
Game Added to Database oliist 31st May 2011

Sales History

Total Sales
0.11m
Japan
0.42m
NA
0.20m
Europe
0.11m
Others
0.84m
Total
1 44,221 n/a n/a 0 44,221
2 12,680 n/a n/a 0 12,680
3 6,459 30,034 17,429 8,479 62,401
4 3,646 8,096 6,342 2,663 20,747
5 3,124 5,599 3,905 1,732 14,360
6 3,068 4,236 3,892 1,524 12,720
7 3,301 3,908 2,786 1,222 11,217
8 1,725 3,101 2,565 1,050 8,441
9 1,488 2,807 2,006 878 7,179
10 1,382 2,503 1,236 658 5,779

Opinion (10)

Terraqueous posted 29/08/2016, 02:32
@A203D Look again.
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A203D posted 14/01/2015, 06:07
@Rafux again you find yourself getting your facts wrong. Not the first time its happend. Tisk tisk. Capcom have already confirmed that DmC has sold more copies. Your not happy with it not anyones problem but your own.
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Rafux posted 21/12/2014, 11:55
Sold almost the same as DmC, that tells you what people really want Capcom. Sadly DmC killed the franchise.
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A203D posted 08/11/2013, 03:47
DMC was an excellent when it started on PS2. Pretending DmC is the problem is ridiculous. DMC4 was proof that Capcom would have done do DMC what they have done to every game they've made this gen. While DmC is not without flaws, its DMC2 and especially DMC4 that has ruined the series. Blaming Ninja Theory won't change that DMC4 is NOT Devil May Cry.
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legendarysaiyanbroly posted 18/07/2013, 03:32
REALLY??! Since when is killing a once excellent i.p. and ruin it beyond repair, the same as "moving it forward"?
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DitchPlaya posted 01/06/2013, 02:54
Yeah take that Capcom, how dare you move a series forward and make it good.
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