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Author: zippdementia
Posted: March 30, 2012 (11:34 PM)
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It would be tough, I think, to go back to Devil May Cry 1. The controls in that game were really shoddy. Made it way harder than it had to be. Devil May Cry 2 was pretty terrible. Devil May Cry 3 was a great game, but slow compared to more recent action titles. After God of War and Bayonetta, it's just hard to go back to the DMC series. I know some may think that's a blasphemy, but having been a big fan I feel qualified to say it.

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Author: Sise-Neg
Posted: March 31, 2012 (01:26 AM)
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After the TERRIBLE ports of Silent Hill 2 and 3 to HD, I'm going to have to wait this one out and see. I hope the HD collection for DMC will be good, because Silent Hill's HD was a huge downgrade in visuals and had a ton of frame rate and screen tearing issues.

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Author: bbbmoney
Posted: March 31, 2012 (01:40 AM)
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I'm not paying money for a disc with DMC2 on it.

DMC3 is still one of the best action titles out there, though. With Ninja Gaiden Black and Bayonetta, you'd have the holy trinity.

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