Devil May Cry 5 Collector's Edition review and unboxing

Greg Burke checked out the Devil May Cry 5 Collector's Edition for a review and unboxing video, and it'll pull your Devil Trigger.


Devil May Cry 5 fans have a lot to look forward to when the Devil May Cry 5 Collector's Edition arrives at their doorstep.

The special box set comes with some seriously awesome goodies that any fan will want to display in their home. Lucky for you, Greg Burke nabbed it ahead of its release today to test it out and see what it had to offer. The verdict? It's a solid collector's edition that you'll want to see for yourself – and you can! Just check out the video below.

Here's what you get: a bumper sticker that says "I <3 Osaka," a cloth map of the game, collector's pin with the game logo, an art book, and Nico's signature Devil May Cry van. The wheels don't move, Greg noted, so if you're thinking you're going to be using the van like a Hot Wheels car and racing it around a track, that isn't going to happen, unfortunately. 

I spent time with the newest installment of the Devil May Cry series ahead of its release for our review, and awarded the game a 9 out of 10. 

"From the throwback naming of demons that hearken back to the earlier days of the franchise to the style that drips out of every orifice, this is the best that Devil May Cry gets and more. Some fans may find the open-ended conclusion a bit frustrating, but I found it the perfect way to start laying groundwork for additional titles in the future. And judging by this game's quality? We're going to need them sooner rather than later. Trust me on this," I wrote. It's still true. You should. 

Devil May Cry 5 is available now on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. For more developer interviews and games industry convention highlights, check out all of the great videos featured on both the GamerHubTV and Shacknews pages over on YouTube.

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