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Devil May Cry 3 Special Edition (NS) Review | VGChartz

VGChartz's Paul Borussard: "Devil May Cry 3 is doing its best to set some kind of record for Capcom game ported to the most consoles. Between the PS2, a horrible PC port, every seventh gen console, a much better PC port, the more traditional two current gen consoles, and now their first ever Nintendo system, the game has gotten around a lot since its first release. With so much porting and “remastering,” however, Capcom has been relatively stingy with quality of life improvements. Outside of the game’s initial “special edition” re-release, we’ve been limited to a minor graphical upgrade for the HD re-release and that’s about it.... until now. DMC3 for Switch bucks tradition by introducing a host of new features that do a lot to improve the overall core experience and probably make this one of the better re-releases in recent memory."

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Jimboms1573d ago

this feels like a definitive version of the game, super cool.

Loadedklip1573d ago

hmmmm maybe its time to replay this amazing masterpiece.

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Two Devil May Cry games delisted on Steam

Two Devil May Cry games have been delisted on Steam. As shared on X, formerly Twitter, by Wario64, Devil May Cry 3 Special Edition and Devil May Cry 4 are no longer available to purchase.

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Chocoburger134d ago

Bless the adorably all digital future! When it comes to PC games its not as big of an issue because there should always be another way to access single player games, but still, I hate to see anything get delisted.

Aaroncls7134d ago

Well, DMC4 special edition has a lot of issues to run from Steam.
I have to get a modded executable to even be able to run the game on Windows 10.
Not sure if it is because the game runs in DirectX10 or what, but it sucks they have not even tried to fix it.

Sephiroushin133d ago (Edited 133d ago )

DMC4 Special Edition is not delisted, it was just the standard version, it has nothing to do with issues of performance or anything alike. Its just that Capcom probably do not want to sell the standard version, neither the standalone DMC3 version.

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Devil May Cry 3: Special edition - Switch review (Sector)

With classic addictive gameplay and the addition of Freestyle Mode and local co-op mode in Bloody palace, Devil May Cry 3 stands out as the most valuable addition of the franchise to Nintendo Switch.

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Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening Is the Best It's Ever Been On Switch

The Switch version of Capcom's Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition may be the most improved remaster of a video game released to date.