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Capcom Reveals Devil May Cry 3 Special Edition

Capcom today announced Devil May Cry 3: Dante’s Awakening Special Edition for the PlayStation 2 will join Sony’s “Greatest Hits” collection. Featuring a redesigned package, the special edition will feature additional content, new options and an additional playable character.

  • New playable character – play as Dante’s evil twin brother, Vergil, with his own unique “Dark Slayer” fighting style
  • New “Jester” enemy – previously featured only in cut scenes, Jester has been implemented as a new boss character
  • Turbo Option – this new feature boosts the game speed by 20%
  • Two continue system options
    - Original yellow orb system – use yellow orbs to restart from the last checkpoint
    - New gold orb system – continue unlimited times and use gold orbs to resume from the same spot or replay from the last checkpoint if there are no gold orbs left
  • Adjusted difficulty levels offer more balanced gameplay as players choose from five options including a new Very Hard mode
  • Bloody Palace Mode – Dante is pitted against an onslaught of enemies in this survival mode
  • Movie Mode – Unlocked cut scenes can be viewed either one at a time or all in a row

The game carries an “M” rating for mature audiences by the ESRB and is planned for release on January 24 at retailers throughout North America for a suggested retail price of $19.95.

1/3/2006 Aaron Thomas

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