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A Personal History of Devil May Cry | Geekenstein Feature

"It was just another day after school. I wasn’t much of a scholastic child back in the day, so whenever I got home from school I would try my best to postpone my homework for as long as I could and just either watch tv or play some games (whenever I wasn’t grounded). My older brother’s room was right next to mine, and since my parents only bought me new games for my birthday and Christmas, I was dependent on my brother’s tendency to rent and borrow games from his friends.. One day when he was gone, I decided to scope out his room for hopefully a new game that he may have borrowed or rented (without his permission of course), and one PS2 game case sized case caught my eye right before I gave up my search. The funny thing about this case was that it didn’t have its box cover so imagine my surprise when I opened it and saw a PS2 disc labeled Devil May Cry 2, a game that I have never heard of, and a series that I had never heard of." - Terrence Billingsley of Geekenstein.com (Devil May Cry, Devil May Cry 2, Devil May Cry 3, Devil May Cry 4, PS2, PS3)

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