Devil May Cry: HD Collection - Xbox 360

  • Publisher: Capcom
  • SKU: 3967033
  • Release Date: 04/03/2012
  • 4.5 (30)
ESRB Rating: Mature
Blood, Suggestive themes, Violence
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Still the Best Action Games of the Generation Posted by: from: Baltimore, MD on Every 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 previous camera angle griefs actually much better now. 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.

8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

Great Challenging Game Posted by: from: Chicago on This is a great game collection remastered on the X360 and the replay value is great now that its no longer on the old PS2.

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Pretty good action series Posted by: from: on Bayonetta and its sequel were two of the greatest games I ever played from Platinum Games, and I was always curious to see what director Hideki Kamiya did before them. When I heard about the HD collection of Devil May Cry, Bayonetta's inspiration, I had to try it out. So how was it? Okay, so far. Truth be told, I've only gotten into DMC1 so far. It was a 2001 game for the Playstation 2, and no HD upgrade will hide the awful camera manipulation (by which I mean none whatsoever), erratic difficulty, and quality FMV scenes. That said, the times you do get into combat are surprisingly fluid, and the controls work okay as well (although holding RB to dodge and shoot guns is a tad unorthodox). Haven't defeated the whole game (see: erratic difficulty), but so far it seems like a good buy from that alone. Aside from the first, I've heard that DMC2 is horrible garbage and that DMC3 is the cream of the crop - the absolute apex of Devil May Cry. If that which is yet to come is even better than I've played so far, I'd say this purchase was definitely worth it. My only qualm is that once you start a game, you can't change it unless you restart the game. Not a deal-breaker, but you'd expect Capcom to at least give a little respect to one of its flagship series.

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Great for newcomers & veterans of the DMC series Posted by: from: on I've never played a DMC game beforehand and was always interested with the series. I saw this masterpiece for a measly $19.99 at my local Bestbuy and immediately purchased it. If you have never played a DMC game and always wanted to try one out, this is the perfect opportunity. You get the classics DMC1, DMC2, and DMC3 Special Edition remastered in HD. As a whole this collection is definitely worth the money. Did i mention there are 99 Achievements? it is insane and being the achievement hunter that I am, I managed to get them all. (It is very challenging) Before I start the review, if you're the type of person who does not like a challenging video game, is impatient, or gets angry fast, or rages a lot at video games, this game is not for you. There is a learning curb to these games and you need to be determined and persistent. Of the three games, overall DMC3 definitely is the best followed by DMC1 and finally DMC2. I suggest playing them in chronological order from 1-3. Why? DMC2 is the easiest but also the most boring of the three. DMC1 is definitely the hardest of the three. DMC3 has a great balance of difficulty, has the most to offer, the best story of the three, and gameplay. Things I did not like about this collection is that CGI scenes were not remastered in HD. It doesn't sound like a big deal but it just feels lazy on the developers part. The camera system does take time to get used to. The biggest flaw would be in DMC1 were there is no "Mission Select" screen so in order to get to a certain mission or boss fight you must replay it from beginning to end everytime. DMC's strongest element is its gameplay, you have an arsenal of weapons from swords to bazookas to a guitar, everybody has a favorite. Seriously, What's more fun then destroying demons with crazy combos you never thought you could do. The replay value is amazing there are so many hidden things to find like health increasing blue orbs or secret rooms/missions to find. Boss fights are amazing and fun. Replaying the games on higher difficulties is intense and will give you adrenaline rushes. The highest difficulty "Dante Must Die" in these games will give you a run for your money, it is a true test of skill, intelligence, and awareness. The bosses on this difficulty will tear you to shreds and are insanely hard to kill, however the feeling you get after taking down these difficult bosses makes it so much more worth it. I could go on and on about how much i love this collection but this review would be far too long. I advise you to try it out yourself and be the judge. After playing this HD collection I have fell in love with this series and will buy DMC4 soon (The more recent DMC:DMC reboot looks good as well if you can get over the butchery of the beloved characters).

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Good games, but $20 is a little high for 3 games Posted by: from: on 3 Devil May Cry games remastered in HD for $20 (MSRP). I got it price matched for a couple bucks less, then used a $5 off coupon. For the price though, why didn't it include Devil May Cry 4? Best price I saw on this was $10 from another retailer, and they sold out quick. This game doesn't seem to go on sale too often either. Unfortunately this collection isn't on PC, but it's nice for Xbox owners who never got a chance to play them before.

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Nostalgia 101 Posted by: from: Blacklick, OH on The camera is still a issue but other then that overall pretty good.

1 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Great game Posted by: from: Little Neck,NY on I loved the first Devil May Cry Collection but it was for the PS2, now that I can get the first 3 Devil May Cry games for my 360, and in HD no less, I was like a kid on Christmas morning. Getting to play every Devil May Cry by going to a menu, getting acheivements for beating demons into the ground, this collection has it all. It is a must buy for Hack and Slash and Hardcore DMC fans.

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Devil May Cry Fan Posted by: from: Suffolk, NY on I love every Devil May Cry game and what a great deal having this all inclusive bundle for such a great price!

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Definite pickup Posted by: from: on I absolutely recommend this if you have been a fan of any of the games. Devil May Cry is a classic and you get the original three for such a cheap price.

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Great Collection Posted by: from: on Excellent collection putting all 3 together makes it a much better deal.

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

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