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Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition (ISO)



The series has been a marketing success with the first three games selling multiple million copies and being awarded the "Platinum Title" award by Capcom. The success of the series has led to the creation of various media adaptations and merchandise, including comic books, novelizations, two animated series, guides, collectibles, publications, and a variety of action figures. The game series currently consist of five main games, three "special editions", one reimagining game developed by another company and an HD compilation of the first three games. As of June 30, 2021, the Devil May Cry series has sold 24 million units[4] and is currently Capcom's fifth most successful intellectual property.[5]




Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition (ISO)



Considering the way the prices have really gone down on micro SD cards since the Swtich came out I have no idea how this is still a problem. There is no good excuse for it, it can't cost that much to get a decent physical edition that can fit everything, especially considering the prices they are selling this software for. It seems like some publishers make it very clear how they intent to make a ton of profit with every physical game they make even if it means heavily compromising the quality of what they are ultimately selling and devaluing it as a result.


Touching funerals, when they be sick, they never speak to them of making any will, neither care they to have any made, for the wife hath the third of goods, and the children the rest divided amongst them, and the land, after their law of tanistry, (which they willingly observe rather than the English) is commonly possessed by the most active and powerful of the sept and kindred, bearing all one surname; so as the uncles on the father's side or the mother's manytimes invade it, excluding the sons. Neither do they who visit the sick person speak aught to him of good counsel, for his soul's health, which sad discourses they think like to increase his sickness, taking it for a desperate sign of death if the sick person desire to receive the sacrament. But all their speeches tend to mirth and hope of recovery; and the sick person hath about him many lights and great show of company, as if thereby they could keep him from death. Whereof I remember an English gentleman, who, seeing a sick lord of great quality thus surrounded with lights and hundreds of men and women attending in his own and the next chamber, said merrily to a friend: If this man think not better of repentance than he doth, all this light and company cannot keep him from the hands of death and the devil. And when the sick person draweth to the point of death, the near friends and all the company call and cry out to him, as if they would stay his soul from departing by remembering the goodness of the wife or husband and children, and the wealth and friends to be left behind him, reproaching him with unkindness in forsaking them, and asking whither and to whom he will go to be in better case than he is with them. When the sick person is dead they make a monstrous cry, with shrieking, howling, and clamping of hands; and in like sort they follow the dead body at the burial, in which outcries the nurse, the daughters and the concubines are most vehement. The women especially and children do weekly visit the graves of their dead friends, casting flowers and crosses upon them, with weeping and many prayers for the dead. In like sort, with outcries, they bewail those that die in the war, and in stealths or taking preys, though they think the death of them more happy than any other. The septs of one name carry deadly feud towards the man who kills any of their name, and towards all that are of the same name or sept of him who killed him.


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