Capcom has made cheap gamers rejoice by releasing Devil May Cry 3: Dante’s
Awakening Special Edition as part of Sony’s “Greatest Hits” collection. The
special edition features additional content, new options and an additional
playable character.

Here's what's new:

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 now
available at retailers throughout North America for a suggested retail price of