Dante from Devil May Cry HD collection

While their gameplay has changed with every iteration, the Devil May Cry games have always had one thing in common: stylish yet brutally difficulty combat. If that sounds like the sort of thing you would love to try out, you'll be glad to hear that the Devil May Cry HD Collection has now arrived on both PC and consoles.

It is not a brand new remaster, however, but rather a slightly spruced up port of the 2012 HD Collection. In other words, you can expect support for higher resolutions in the new version, as well as better textures and character models, and an in-game compendium full of artwork and soundtracks from each game. A relatively simple upgrade, but if the Steam reviews are to be believed, a pretty darn good one regardless.

You can get a decent look at what the HD Collection is all about through the recently posted launch trailer. Have a gander, it's quite a brief video:

If you prefer the written word, however, you should head on over to either Steam or the official website. There really isn't that much information on display, but it'll hopefully be enough to let you know what each Devil May Cry game does differently.

Have fun, and make sure to give Devil May Cry 3 a spin as I feel it's the best (and most ridiculous) game in the series! Oh, and just for good measure, here's a few screenshots from the HD Collection. Simply click on them for the bigger version.

Devil May Cry HD Collection screenshot of Dante walking towards the camera

Devil May Cry HD Collection screenshot of a graveyard duel from a cinematic

Devil May Cry HD Collection screenshot of Dante fighting a flying monster