Devil May Cry HD Collection Slicing Up Your Hard Drive

Thursday, November 8th, 2012

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Devil May Cry HD Collection

Jackpot!

Released this past March on disc for Playstation 3 and Xbox 360, Dante comes to the Playstation Network and the Xbox Live’s Games on Demand to set up his demon hunting shop there this week. That’s right, from the comfort of your couch you can get the badass, wise-cracking, white-haired demon child blasting and slashing away with a single click (or button press, I suppose) on your home system.

Devil May Cry HD Collection is online and ready for you; costing $29.99 on PSN, and 2400 Microsoft Points on Xbox Live’s Games on Demand. So get it and play some classic action games in beauteous high definition — otherwise my soul will be telling me to defeat YOU!

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[Former Staff] Just a normal nerd who loves his computer, video games, anime, manga, and the like. I love to draw and graduated from the Art Institutes for animation so I could bring my drawings to life.

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  • So, why exactly do I have to buy the entire bundle? Why can’t I just get Devil May Cry 1 and 3? Oh yeah, because Capcom is run by a bunch of greedy jerks.

    • How is that greedy?  Yes, Devil May Cry 2 is a terrible game, but $30 for a collection containing the original and DMC3 in HD alone would be worth it.

    • Okay, I guess I was a little too quick to use the g-word. But I still find it a little bit dickish that Capcom wants to keep the games bundled together as opposed to releasing each of them individually. I guess I’ve been spoiled by the way Sony does their HD Collections.

    • The HD conversions were developed as a package.  And Sony releases their HD games in bundles all the time (see: Ico/Shadow of the Colossus Collection, God of War Collection, etc.).

      The idea that it’s insulting we’re being offered a bundle of HD games for $30 is absurd.  Maybe Capcom will release them individually at a later date, maybe they won’t, but they certainly don’t deserve scorn for the collection unless the quality of the HD porting is poor.