- 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.
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Apr 9, 2012If you've never played the series before, then I'd consider this a must buy, and even if you've played the hell out of these games before, the addition of upscaled graphics and achievement/trophy support is bound to be appealing enough to play through them again.
May 16, 2012For a relatively budget price with around 45 hours of total gameplay, gamers who may not have played them in their first release get a reintroduction to one of the PS2's classic protagonists in two good games – DMC1 and DMC3 with a third (DMC2) only worth playing to acquire new added achievements.
Apr 19, 2012Sure, the game hasn't aged as gracefully as I would have liked, but there are some remarkable visual enhancements and a nice stash of new bonus content that fans are sure to love. Plus, the new Achievements are a powerful inducement for possibly playing through all three titles again.
Jun 10, 2012This collection is an easy recommendation for fans of the series, who will find it every bit as playable as (and far more attractive than) the PlayStation 2 versions-but it doesn't feel like a definitive edition of the games, and with its near-complete lack of a manual and insufficient in-game tutorials, it makes no effort to ease players unfamiliar with the franchise into the DMC world.
Apr 7, 2012DMC in HD is still a good game with great characters, great bosses and enemies in super great location. If you have not played DMC need toDMC in HD is still a good game with great characters, great bosses and enemies in super great location. If you have not played DMC need to catch up as soon as possible. Great story you will remember for a very, very long time. In HD the game looks very good, and the music is a great complement.… Expand
May 8, 2014Why the fuuck in the bloody world they didn't do an PC DMC HD Collection.In other words...this collection is just what I dreamed of.SoooWhy the fuuck in the bloody world they didn't do an PC DMC HD Collection.In other words...this collection is just what I dreamed of.Sooo yeah..make it only of consoles ,why am I not surprised.… Expand
May 1, 2012Every 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 hundredsEvery 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.… Expand
Jun 22, 2015Devil May Cry is one of the best selling Hack 'n Slash series and lives up to it with its humour, story and bad ass characters; fans of theDevil May Cry is one of the best selling Hack 'n Slash series and lives up to it with its humour, story and bad ass characters; fans of the franchise agree that the PlayStation 2 titles were examples of how to make a fun game. To relive the series first three titles, Capcom released the hit titles in a HD bundle for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Did it do well? Yes and no.
Yes: With the HD update, smooth 60fps and wide screen support, DMC fans would feel comfortable playing their favourite games once again, from start to finish.
No: Despite being a HD remake, DMC HD Collection offers no new content other than a audio and art gallery on the game selection screen.
I enjoyed playing all three games in HD and the large amount of achievements/trophies will keep fans playing until they give up from killing demons; however, the HD Collection suffer two problems: the non-added content and the need to bring up the home menu and start up the HD Collection just to change games.
Overall, I rate this game 8.5 out of 10; the loss of points is due to no content (1) and the constant need to re-launch the game to change (0.5).… Expand
Jan 15, 2013It's worth just buying and playing this instead of buying the new DmC game, you can buy this and number 4 for less than the new DmC costs. AndIt's worth just buying and playing this instead of buying the new DmC game, you can buy this and number 4 for less than the new DmC costs. And in the end, you have 3 good devil may cry games (2 sucks), and you paid half the price. The collection is good for convenience's sakes, and i'm starting to see the virtues of re-releasing classics on newer consoles.
I don't really need to talk about gameplay too much, but i believe they tweaked the first game slightly as there was a few things out of date. But generally they all flow nicely into one another as you play through.
Only complaint is that the graphics still felt like they needed touching up, and Devil May Cry is kind of rubbish, the gameplay is there, but you can notice the difficulty dip tangibly. I played the first game and struggled my way through, dying constantly, and refusing to drop to easy mode, getting better as i went. And then moved onto 2, which i played through without a single game over, i died once and used a gold orb, which to my suprise ressurects on the spot in 2, rather than sending you back, making things insanely easy. The camera angle on 2 is annoying, as it always feels too far zoomed out, so you really can't see the action, and the voice acting actually took a nose dive in 2, with Arius and his laughable voice.
The silver lining of the cloud is that what followed was 3, which is probably the best one. Overall, you're paying a low price, for 3 games, one of which is mediocre, and they'll last you longer than most modern games, and remind you what was lost with the new reboot game.
8/10 -2 for Devil May Cry 2.… Expand
Jul 23, 2017The DMC HD Collection is a remastered version of the first three Devil May Cry games with DMC3 Special Edition the chosen version for thatThe DMC HD Collection is a remastered version of the first three Devil May Cry games with DMC3 Special Edition the chosen version for that instead of the original. Of the three, you get two great games and one bad one. DMC 1 is a dark and gloomy journey that really tests the player on their skills while also delivering fun combat and atmosphere. DMC 3 is a prequel game done right and delivers a far more over the top action tone that speeds up combat and delivers far harder difficulties for players with plenty of things to tweak and experiment with. DMC 2 is the clear stinker and undermines much of what made the series good, so it is highly recommended to avoid this unless you want to go through to say that you did.
The Collection is a good deal for 2 great games and I would recommend those games if you like challenge, hack n slash games or both.… Expand
Feb 4, 2014All three PlayStation 2 Devil May Cry titles are given a HD makeover and certainly look all the better for it. As for the games themselvesAll three PlayStation 2 Devil May Cry titles are given a HD makeover and certainly look all the better for it. As for the games themselves none, aside from arguably the third iteration, really hold up to modern standards (Most people will say DMC 2 was never any good anyway!) and so I wouldn't really recommend this collection to anyone that hasn't played the games previously. For fans of the series though this is as good a way as ever to replay an influential series… Expand