Devil May Cry is filled with stylish, action oriented Video Game. You’re on a mission to eliminate enemy monsters, fight bosses and collect as many red orbs as you can. But you better play with style, because your performance is being graded. The better you play the more new items and moves you get before each mission. Imported. The gameplay of the series focuses primarily on fast-paced, highly stylized combat; gaining a high style ranking requires long attack and evasion strings while avoiding damage. The game also features some puzzle-solving and exploration elements retained from its survival horror origins, but these are downplayed; Devil May Cry games place the emphasis on action. In later games, the system was slightly modified so players had to actively vary the attacks used, so as to maintain the style rank. The style rank is tracked during combat with letter grades, from worst to best: D, C, B, A, S. They are also represented by words that start with the first letter of the class, “Dull” for D for example. The third game introduced “SS” and “SSS” ranks, which continues in the fourth and fifth game in the series. The player’s performance on each level is also ranked using these letters.
System= Core 2 Duo CPU 2.4 GHz
RAM= 2 GB
Size= 3.93 GB
Video Memory= 512 MB
OS= Windows XP Vista 7 and Windows 8