will my system run devil may cry 4 and alone in the dark

will my system run devil may cry 4 and alone in the dark?
my system:
7300 gt sparkle ddr2
intel celeron socket 478 2.4
768mb ram
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  1. There is a demo for DMC4 you should run it, what you consider playable may not be what i consider playable. but honestly, your rig will probably have a hard time running it, at least with the game looking halfway decent. You really should buy a new computer if you want to play some of the most recent games. Even if you tried to upgrade to the best components for your setup it would cost so much that you would have paid for a new computer.
  2. that Celeron is gonna struggle. it did for me when i had Battlefield 2. it was a P4 3.0 socket 478. time to upgrade the cpu at least.
  3. I highly doubt you could run it. I think its time you got a whole new pc all together.
  4. When thinking of DMC4 you need to be thinking could this PC keep up with a 360 / ps3 standard.

    I would say that its slightly too old, although the low graphic settings may be ok. Upgrading is very cheap now (for a whole system). Its not worth indivudally upgrading because that board is too old. Find yourself a cheap 775 board, whack in a low spec c2d and 8800gt and some cheap ram....got a nice system for most games.
  5. tomdrum said:
    When thinking of DMC4 you need to be thinking could this PC keep up with a 360 / ps3 standard.

    I would say that its slightly too old, although the low graphic settings may be ok. Upgrading is very cheap now (for a whole system). Its not worth indivudally upgrading because that board is too old. Find yourself a cheap 775 board, whack in a low spec c2d and 8800gt and some cheap ram....got a nice system for most games.
    The PS3 and 360 versions of the game will be a lot more optimized so comparing specs won't really work. As you said, a Core 2 Duo with an 8800GT and at least of 2GB of RAM would probably be great for these titles.
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