Capcom absolutely blew it out of the park with Devil May Cry 5, which I consider one of the best games ever made, alongside its predecessor Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening. While Devil May Cry 3 manages to stand the test of time quite well, it does show signs of outdated game design that has been improved significantly in its sequels, something quite normal for a game that's nearly a decade and a half old. Elements such as graphics, camera angles, platforming, controls, etc. are one of the many reasons new fans turn down playing Devil May Cry 3, problems which can be fixed with a remake. All I (and many other fans) ask for is that Devil May Cry 3 gets the same treatment that Resident Evil 2 did - a remake worthy for a masterpiece.