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Devil May Cry: The Mysterious Disappearance of Dante's Delightful Adventures

In a shocking turn of events, two beloved Devil May Cry games have mysteriously vanished from the realm of Steam. Yes, my fellow devil hunters, Devil ...

Carrie Lambertsen

Feb 01, 2024

Devil May Cry: The Mysterious Disappearance of Dante's Delightful Adventures

In a shocking turn of events, two beloved Devil May Cry games have mysteriously vanished from the realm of Steam. Yes, my fellow devil hunters, Devil May Cry 3 Special Edition and Devil May Cry 4 have been unceremoniously delisted, leaving fans in a state of bewildered despair. Picture Dante, our charismatic demon slayer, scratching his head and wondering, "What in the underworld is going on here?"

As our astute sleuth, Wario64, uncovered, while the Special Edition of Devil May Cry 4 still lingers within the digital abyss, Devil May Cry 3 no longer has a standalone version. It seems that this time, Dante's stylish hat has vanished, and his iconic red coat has gone incognito.

But fear not, my demon-slaying comrades! Devil May Cry 3 Special Edition is still accessible as part of the DMC HD Collection, waiting to be unleashed upon those who crave the adrenaline-pumping action and stylish combat that only Dante can provide. It's as if he's saying, "You thought you could escape my devilish charm? Think again!"

Naturally, we couldn't resist diving deeper into this cryptic situation, so we reached out to the illustrious Capcom for some much-needed clarification. Alas, their response has yet to grace our inboxes. We are left here, twiddling our thumbs and hoping for a revelation that will bring Dante back into our lives.

In the meantime, let's take a moment to reflect on the sheer success of the Devil May Cry series. Earlier this year, Devil May Cry 5 surpassed its predecessors, soaring to the top as the best-selling entry in this adrenaline-fueled action franchise. With a triumphant release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC back in March 2019, the game has now conquered the hearts of 3.7 million players. That's a whole horde of demons slain, my friends!

To put things into perspective, the total sales of the entire Devil May Cry series have reached a staggering 22 million units as of June 30, 2020. It's almost as if Dante himself has become a household name, inspiring legions of demon-slaying enthusiasts around the world. Maybe we should start a petition to make his birthday a national holiday. What do you think?

Our very own review of Devil May Cry 5 here at VGC crowned the game with the highest honor, declaring it a "brilliant reboot" from the masterminds at Capcom. It's no surprise, really. After all, the series has always been a devilishly delightful blend of heart-pounding action, jaw-dropping visuals, and a devil-may-care attitude that can't help but make you smile. Dante, with his snarky one-liners and effortlessly cool demeanor, has become a symbol of gaming greatness.

But let us not forget the unsung heroes of this fantastical realm. Picture, if you will, the demon-infested landscapes that Dante traverses in his quest for justice. The fiery pits of the underworld, where lava flows like an angry river of molten fury, and demonic creatures lurk around every corner. The ethereal realm of the gods, where towering statues gaze upon our hero with ancient wisdom. And of course, the neon-lit streets of a modern metropolis, where Dante struts his stuff like a rockstar, dispatching demons with the grace of a ballet dancer.

In these unspoken realms, Dante's battles are not merely clashes of steel and magic, but a symphony of chaos and beauty. Every sword swing and bullet fired is a carefully choreographed dance, a ballet of blood and fury that only the son of Sparda could perform. It's a sight to behold, a true work of art that transcends the boundaries of mere pixels and polygons.

So, my fellow hunters, while we may lament the temporary loss of Devil May Cry 3 and Devil May Cry 4 from our Steam libraries, let us not forget the countless hours of demon-slaying delight that these games have provided us. Let us hold on to the memories of Dante's flamboyant style and the thrill of battling hordes of demonic foes. And let us keep our fingers crossed that our beloved demon hunter will soon return, ready to unleash his devilish charm upon us once more.

In the end, Devil May Cry is more than just a game. It's an experience. It's a journey into a world where demons lurk in the shadows, waiting to be vanquished by a hero with a devilish grin. So, my friends, keep your swords sharp, your guns loaded, and your spirits high. For Dante will return, and when he does, we will be ready to join him on another devilishly delightful adventure.

New Title: "Dante's Demonic Disappearance: A Devil MayDance with Destiny"

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