Devil May Cry 4's Special Edition Brings a Blast from the Not-too-Distant Past | USGamer

In recent memory, we've seen publishers reaching back one or two years at best when looking for HD remake source material. Some may view this trend as an easier way for studios to churn out "new" content as production costs continue to skyrocket, but if you've never played the game in question, being treated to a slick, visually modernized version of that semi-dated experience can make for a tantalizing proposition.

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