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GameStop selling Devil May Cry HD Collection early

Though it has/had an official release date of April 3 (this coming Tuesday), it appears some brick-and-mortar outlets may be selling the Devil May Cry HD Collection as soon as, well, now. Specifically: GameStop, according to a Joystiq report.

"Physical retailers are able to sell Devil May Cry HD before the launch date because the title's street date has been removed," a GameStop rep told the blog.

For fans of the white-haired, devil-hunting Dante, that sounds like some stylishly awesome news. I'd advise you to call ahead to make sure your local store is partaking in this early sale, though.

The collection includes HD-ified versions of Devil May Cry, Devil May Cry 2 and Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening Special Edition. Devil May Cry 4 is apparently not included because, well, it's already in HD, I guess. Also, because I didn't like it. That's probably also a reason.

If you're looking for some Devil May Cry action you haven't experienced, though, you'll have to wait for DmC, a Ninja Theory-developed take on Dante's devilish universe. No release date has been announced for that one yet, though. We'll keep you posted.

Reported by Jonathan Davila



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