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Capcom put out a new trailer for Devil May Cry 3 Special Edition that highlights the new Style Switching / Free Style feature in the Switch version. Give it a look below.

Capcom has previously teased some special elements from the Switch version of Devil May Cry 3 Special Edition. One of these features we heard about recently is Style Switching, which was spotted on the official website. Further details have now emerged in an official blog post.

Here’s the full rundown from Capcom:

Capcom has started up a new eShop sale in celebration of 2020. Games across Switch and 3DS have been discounted, including titles in the Mega Man, Monster Hunter, and Resident Evil series. Other games are also included such as Okami HD, Ace Attorney, and more.

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Earlier today, Capcom teased “a little something extra” for the Switch version of Devil May Cry 3 Special Edition. What that could be referring to is a new Style Change system, which lets players “experience the action through a number of unique Styles allowing for unprecedented variety.”

Here’s a brief rundown of the feature from the official website:

In a new developer update from producer Matt Walker, Capcom has announced the possibility of extra content coming to Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition on Switch. Walker reports that the team is very excited to bring the game to the Switch and wanted to show their appreciation by adding “a little something extra” to the game. The full developer update is available to view below. 

In addition to the new content tease, Walker picks out several important dates to watch for information. These dates include January 16, January 30, and February 13. Keep an eye out for more Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition information leading up to its February 20, 2020 release. 

Play-Asia has opened pre-orders for the Devil May Cry Triple Pack. You can reserve the collection here.

Currently exclusive to Japan, the Devil May Cry Triple Pack contains the first game on a cartridge and the two subsequent titles as digital downloads. That means you’ll likely need to redeem Devil May Cry 2 and Devil May Cry 3 from the eShop. However, all three games are expected to have English support.

Capcom fans can save on the publisher’s Switch games as part of a new Holiday 2019 sale. Mega Man, Monster Hunter, Resident Evil, and more are among the discounts.

Here’s the full set:


Today, Capcom announced that it’s putting the “through the glass experience” love adventure game sequel for Switch on March 12, 2020. The title initially appeared on iOS and Android last December.

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Capcom has released a new “Red Hero” trailer for next year’s Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection. Get a look at the video below.


Capcom has provided the latest update on Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection. We have news about different mini-games that will be included as well as art from Keisuke Mizuno.

Here’s the full lowdown: