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Devil May Cry HD Collection PS3

Devil May Cry HD Collection PS3

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Title: Devil May Cry HD Collection PS3 - A Nostalgic Trip with Some Flaws


The Devil May Cry HD Collection for PS3 brings together the first three installments of the iconic action-adventure franchise, allowing players to relive the demon-slaying adventures of Dante. As a fan of the series, I was excited to dive back into the stylish and intense gameplay that made Devil May Cry a household name. However, while the collection offers a nostalgic trip down memory lane, it does come with a few notable flaws that hinder the overall experience.

Graphics and Visuals (3.5/5):

The HD remastering of the original Devil May Cry games is a mixed bag. While the visuals have been enhanced to support high-definition resolutions, the age of the games is still apparent. Character models and environments lack the level of detail and polish we have come to expect from modern titles. However, the vibrant art style and fluid animations still manage to capture the essence of the original games, making it a treat for long-time fans.

Gameplay and Controls (4/5):

The core gameplay mechanics that made Devil May Cry a standout series remain intact in this collection. Players can unleash a barrage of stylish combos, juggle enemies in the air, and utilize a wide array of weapons and abilities. The combat system is as satisfying as ever, offering a perfect balance between accessibility and depth. However, the controls can feel a bit clunky at times, especially when executing precise movements or dodging attacks. This issue is more noticeable in the first game, but it improves significantly in the sequels.

Content and Replayability (4.5/5):

With three full games included in the collection, there is no shortage of content to sink your teeth into. Each game offers a different storyline, unique environments, and a variety of enemies to face. Additionally, the collection includes bonus content such as concept art, character models, and behind-the-scenes footage, providing fans with a deeper look into the development process. The replayability factor is high, as players can aim for higher difficulty levels, unlock new costumes, and strive for better rankings in each mission.

Sound and Music (5/5):

One aspect that truly shines in the Devil May Cry HD Collection is the sound design. The iconic heavy metal soundtrack, composed by Masami Ueda, offers an adrenaline-pumping backdrop to the intense battles. The voice acting, particularly Reuben Langdon's portrayal of Dante, is top-notch and adds depth to the characters. The sound effects are crisp and impactful, making every hit and combo feel satisfying.

Flaws and Limitations (3/5):

While the Devil May Cry HD Collection is a great package overall, it does come with a few notable flaws. The most significant issue is the lack of any substantial improvements or enhancements beyond the visual upgrade. Some aspects, such as camera angles and platforming sections, feel outdated and can be frustrating to navigate. Additionally, the absence of any additional content or features, such as developer commentaries or a challenge mode, leaves the collection feeling a bit bare-bones.


The Devil May Cry HD Collection for PS3 is a must-have for fans of the series who want to relive the classic demon-hunting adventures of Dante. Despite its flaws, the collection offers a solid gameplay experience, a nostalgic trip down memory lane, and a chance to appreciate the origins of this beloved franchise. While it may not be the definitive version of these games, it still manages to capture the essence of what made Devil May Cry so special.

Star Rating: 4/5

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