Devil May Cry Gets an HD Collection in 2012
It’s official — Capcom is updating the early Playstation 2 editions of Devil May Cry in order to squeeze a few more sales out of nostaligc players during the last gasp of this console generation.
Sorry. I’m a little negative on all these recent HD collections being announced. What, you can’t be troubled by making a new game, Capcom/Konami/Microsoft/Team ICO/Sony/Eidos/Ubisoft? And didn’t we used to have a thing called backward compatibility? You know, where I could play games I’d already bought instead of having to buy them again with slightly less jagged edges?
Anyway, Capcom’s Resident Evi–er, Devil May Cry HD Collection will include the first three DMC games, all of which graced the PS2 (with DMC 3 making its way to PC). The three games will be priced at $40 and are coming to Playstation 3 as well as Xbox 360.
The pack will also include some bonus content, as well as Achievements and Trophies. Just in time to get people excited for a new Devil May Cry title, this one rebooting the series that has already sold 4 million copies.