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PlayStation 3NSFW Gamer (Apr 05, 2012)
All in all, the gameplay is superb and never gets boring as there are 3 different games and many different difficulties and special abilities to unlock after beating each of them.
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Xbox 360Anime News Network (Apr 16, 2012)
The ports themselves are pretty unexciting: graphical spit-polishes without much in the way of extras or special features, but otherwise these are the games as they were, playing perfectly without any hint of input lag or shoddy craftsmanship. There is, as there always is with HD remakes, some concern about companies selling our nostalgia back to us instead of making new games. Those kind of niggling worries are hard to dismiss, but, qualms about "corporate greed" aside, this collection serves an admirable archival purpose of making two excellent titles available without the need to keep a PS2 on hand, not only at the same time but on a single disc. For games of this quality, that alone is worth the price.
90
PlayStation 3PlayStation Trophies (Apr 02, 2012)
Devil May Cry HD Collection is up there with the better examples of HD remakes, perfectly complementing the games' fast and frenetic action with gorgeous visuals. It's the perfect way to say goodbye to old-school Dante before ushering in Capcom's reboot with DmC. Newcomers are in for a treat and if you've played DMC 1-3 before, you'll want to play them all over again.
90
Xbox 360XboxAchievements (Apr 02, 2012)
Devil May Cry HD Collection is up there with the better examples of HD remakes, perfectly complementing the games' fast and frenetic action with gorgeous visuals. It's the perfect way to say goodbye to old-school Dante before ushering in Capcom's reboot with DmC. Newcomers are in for a treat and if you've played DMC 1-3 before, you'll want to play them all over again.
80
Xbox 360Jeuxvideo.com (Apr 03, 2012)
Sans trop se fouler (ce serait sympa de proposer des making-of inédits ou ce genre de bonus), Capcom et Pipeworks Software nous livrent une adaptation sans surprises. Pour autant, les trois jeux restent des valeurs refuges pour tout amateur d'action qui se respecte, surtout si vous n'avez jamais eu la chance d'y toucher sur PS2. Inégaux mais finalement très intéressants pour qui souhaiterait être témoin de l'évolution de la saga, ces trois DmC proposent, chacun à leur manière, une aventure menée tambour battant. Rajoutez-y quelques bonus et un portage somme toute correct et vous obtenez là une compilation qui se laisse aisément savourer.
80
PlayStation 3Jeuxvideo.com (Apr 03, 2012)
Sans trop se fouler (ce serait sympa de proposer des making-of inédits ou ce genre de bonus), Capcom et Pipeworks Software nous livrent une adaptation sans surprises. Pour autant, les trois jeux restent des valeurs refuges pour tout amateur d'action qui se respecte, surtout si vous n'avez jamais eu la chance d'y toucher sur PS2. Inégaux mais finalement très intéressants pour qui souhaiterait être témoin de l'évolution de la saga, ces trois DmC proposent, chacun à leur manière, une aventure menée tambour battant. Rajoutez-y quelques bonus et un portage somme toute correct et vous obtenez là une compilation qui se laisse aisément savourer.
79
Xbox 360411mania.com (May 16, 2012)
It’s tough to know exactly whom this HD Collection is made for. Newcomers to the series might be off-put by the now-archaic design of the original games, while hardcore fans might not feel like the series they know and love didn’t get the proper treatment it deserved (though granted, that would’ve called for a much bigger release, akin to Resident Evil for the Gamecube). It’s not a collection that actually worsens the experience (like the recently released Silent Hill HD Collection) though, and the sheer amount of content here (you can easily spend 30+ hours across the three games, not including the time it would take to unlock every achievement) makes it a worthy proposition. If you’re looking to see what the series is all about, or if you’re wanting to revisit some of your favorite moments in the franchise (but aren’t expecting a complete overhaul of the game’s mechanics & visuals), this is absolutely worth a buy, especially at a $40 price tag.
75
Xbox 360Canadian Online Gamers Network (Apr 18, 2012)
Games that get the HD Collection treatment are generally pretty good, hence why they are getting the HD treatment in the first place. As hard and challenging as DMC could be, what impressed me most is how well the gameplay stands up after so many years. Unless you are a hardcore fan you might find the included extras a little light, but the entertainment value of the games themselves is value enough for your $40. In this slower season of game releases, this is a worthy pick up especially if, like me, this is your introduction to the Devil May Cry franchise.
75
Xbox 360IGN (Mar 30, 2012)
The Devil May Cry HD Collection’s best assets are its price and the sheer quantity of content. But as years have gone by, the camera stands out as a sore spot on this iconic action series. The combat, difficulty, and highly-critical rating system make it an exciting piece of gaming history and worth checking out if you missed it the first time around. You may break a few controllers in frustration, but so did everyone else a decade ago.
75
PlayStation 3IGN (Mar 30, 2012)
The Devil May Cry HD Collection’s best assets are its price and the sheer quantity of content. But as years have gone by, the camera stands out as a sore spot on this iconic action series. The combat, difficulty, and highly-critical rating system make it an exciting piece of gaming history and worth checking out if you missed it the first time around. You may break a few controllers in frustration, but so did everyone else a decade ago.