Follow Dante's journey as he battles his evil twin brother in a final confrontation.
8 March 2005 (USA)
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Also Known As:
Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening
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Did You Know?
A press error led many people to believe that Ryûhei Kitamura
was directing the game's cutscenes. 'Yuji Shimomura', who served as action director on Kitamura's film Versus
(2000), is the actual cut-scene director. See more
After Dante and Vergil's first battle, Vergil takes Dante's amulet by ripping it from his neck. However, Dante wasn't wearing the amulet around his neck in the cutscene preceding the battle, and didn't put it on during the battle. See more
[aiming a gun at Vergil
So... this is what they call a "heart-warming family reunion"?
You got that right.
You can control Dante during the credits as he and Lady fights off the enemies. If you manage to defeat over 100 enemies before the credits end, you can watch the extra ending with Vergil. See more
Follows Devil May Cry
Devils Never Cry
Lyrics by Shawn McPherson
Music by Tetsuya Shibata
Heavy Metal Vocals by Shawn McPherson
Vocals by David Butler See more