Devil May Cry (NSP, XCI) ROM

Release DateJune 24, 2019
Publisher & Developer Capcom
ConsoleNintendo Switch
Game Version1.0
Image FormatNSP
Required Firmware7.0.1
No. of PlayersSingle System (1)
ESRB RatingMature
Supported Play Modes Handheld mode, TV mode, Tabletop mode
LanguageEnglish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese

Devil May Cry: The gameplay consists of levels called “missions”, where players must fight numerous enemies, perform platforming tasks, and occasionally solve puzzles to progress through the story. The player’s performance in each mission is given a letter grade, starting with D, increasing to C, B, and A, with an additional top grade of S. Grades are based on the time taken to complete the mission, the amount of “red orbs” gathered (the in-game currency obtained from defeated enemies, destroyed objects, and exploration), how “stylish” their combat was, item usage, and damage taken.

“Stylish” combat is defined as performing an unbroken series of varied attacks while avoiding damage, with player performance tracked by an on-screen gauge. The more hits the player makes, the higher the gauge rises. The gauge starts at “Dull”; progresses through “Cool”, “Bravo”, and “Absolute”; and peaks at “Stylish”. Repeatedly using the same moves causes the gauge to stop rising, encouraging the player to use every move in their arsenal. The gauge terms are similar to the grades given at the end of the missions. When Dante receives damage, the style rating resets back to “Dull”. Players can also maintain their style grade by taunting enemies at close range.

The player can temporarily transform Dante into a more powerful demonic creature by using the “Devil Trigger” ability. Doing so adds powers based on the current weapon and changes Dante’s appearance. The transformations typically increase strength and defense, slowly restore health, and grant special attacks. The ability is governed by the Devil Trigger gauge, which depletes as the ability is used and is refilled by attacking enemies or taunting in normal form.

Devil May Cry contains puzzles and other challenges besides regular combat gameplay. The main storyline often requires the player to find key items to advance, in a manner similar to puzzles in the Resident Evil games, as well as optional platforming and exploration tasks to find hidden caches of “orbs”. Side quests, called “Secret Missions” in the game, are located in hidden or out-of-the-way areas and are not required for completion, but provide permanent power-ups. They typically challenge the player to defeat a group of enemies in a specific manner or within a time limit or solve a puzzle.


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Devil May Cry NSP ROM (Base)

File Size: 9.90GB

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