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Devil May Cry HD Collection Shows Up on Retailer Site

Posted on Thursday, June 16 @ 07:23:31 PST by

These days, there seems to be an HD collection for nearly every successful PS2-era franchise in existence. But there's one glaring omission, one that reinvented the action genre some 10 years ago: Devil May Cry.

Just in time for the series' 10th anniversary, a special Devil May Cry 10th Anniversary Collection has appeared on a Spanish retailer website. The listing shows a November 30th release date and a box art for the collection. Note the "Remastered in High Definition" at the upper-left corner.

As you can see from the box art, the Devil May Cry 10th Anniversary Collection will feature the original Devil May Cry that started it all, Devil May Cry 2, and Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening Special Edition. The box art also shows the "Only On PlayStation" logo, meaning that this very well could be a PS3 exclusive.

Capcom hasn't made any official announcements at this time, but we're willing to bet we'll see something on Dante's angelic collection soon enough.


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