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Devil May Cry is a 3D action video game series created by Capcom.
- Devil May Cry (August 21, 2001). PlayStation 2. Re-released in 2019 for Nintendo Switch.
- Devil May Cry 2 (January 25, 2003). PlayStation 2. Re-released in 2019 for Nintendo Switch.
- Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening (February 17, 2005). PlayStation 2 and PC.
- Devil May Cry 3: Special Edition (January 24, 2006). PlayStation 2. Updated version, including extra playable characters Vergil, Trish and Lady.
- Devil May Cry 4 (January 31, 2008). PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC.
- Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition (June 18, 2015). PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
- DmC: Devil May Cry (January 15, 2013). PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC.
- DmC: Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition (March 10, 2015). PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
- Devil May Cry 5 (March 8, 2019). PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
- Devil May Cry Dead Shot (2003). Mobile phones.
- Devil May Reversi (2003). Mobile phones.
- Quiz Devil May Cry (2003). Mobile phones.
- Devil May Cry Dante x Vergil (2007). Mobile phones.
- Devil May Cry 3 (2008). Mobile phones.
- Devil May Cry (March 2010). Mobile phones. A korean-made strategy RPG.
- Devil May Cry 4: Refrain (February 3, 2011). iOS.
- Devil May Cry 5th Anniversary Collection (October 24, 2006). PlayStation 2. Includes the first three games.
- Devil May Cry HD Collection (March 28, 2012). PlayStation 3, Xbox 360. Includes HD remakes of the first three games. Rereleased for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC in March 13, 2018.
- Devil May Cry Volume 1 (2003). A prequel novel to the first game. Published in English by Tokyopop in 2006.
- Devil May Cry Volume 2 (2003). A prequel novel to Devil May Cry 2. Published in English by Tokyopop in 2006.
- Devil May Cry (2004). An unfinished three-issues comic book adaptation by Dreamwave Productions.
- Devil May Cry 3 (2005). An unfinished three-volume manga prequel to Devil May Cry.
- Devil May Cry 4: Deadly Fortune (2009). A two-volume light novel adaptation of Devil May Cry 4.
- DmC: Devil May Cry: The Chronicles of Vergil (January 13, 2013). A two-part comic book series, prequel to DmC: Devil May Cry, focusing on Vergil.
- Devil May Cry 5: Before the Nightmare (March 1, 2019). A prequel novel to Devil May Cry 5.
- Devil May Cry 5 –Visions of V– (April 27, 2019). A digital manga series.
- Devil May Cry: The Animated Series (June 14, 2007 - September 6, 2007). A 12-episode anime series.
- Sengoku BASARA VS Devil May Cry (August 20, 2015). A stage play crossover between Devil May Cry and Capcom's Sengoku BASARA series.
- Devil May Cry The Live Hacker (March 1, 2019 - March 10, 2019). A musical stage play with an original story.
- Devil May Cry Drama CD Vol. 1 - Old Friends (December 21, 2007)
- Devil May Cry Drama CD Vol. 2 (February 27, 2008)
Links to other series
|Resident Evil||August 21, 2001||The first Devil May Cry was originally developed as an entry in the Resident Evil series.||3|
|Auto Modellista||August 22, 2002||Auto Modellista features car stickers of Dante and Lucia from Devil May Cry 2.||2|
|Megami Tensei||February 20, 2003||Dante from Devil May Cry appears in Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne, while characters from Devil May Cry 5 are featured in Shin Megami Tensei: Liberation Dx2 as part of a special collaboration.||1|
|Viewtiful Joe||August 24, 2004||Dante from Devil May Cry is playable in the PlayStation 2 version of Viewtiful Joe and the PSP version of Red Hot Rumble, and Alastor is implied to be the spirit inside Dante's sword of the same name; there are also other minor references to Devil May Cry in the first Viewtiful Joe.||1|
|Capcom Fighting||October 2004||Dante from Devil May Cry makes a cameo appearance in Jedah's ending from Capcom Fighting Evolution.||1|
|Sengoku BASARA||July 21, 2005||Weapons from the Devil May Cry series are featured in the Sengoku BASARA series and Devil Kings was loosely inspired by the series; while Sengoku BASARA 4 features costumes based off Dante and Vergil from Devil May Cry, the Sengoku BASARA VS Devil May Cry stage play is a crossover between the two series and Sengoku BASARA Battle Party features Dante and Lady from Devil May Cry 4 as part of a collaboration event.||1|
|Asterix||October 16, 2005||In Asterix & Obelix XXL 2: Mission: Las Vegum there are Devil May Cry references.||3|
|October 25, 2005||Dante from Devil May Cry was supposed to be a guest character in SoulCalibur III.|
|Ōkami||April 20, 2006||Ōkami makes several references to Devil May Cry.||3|
|SNK vs. Capcom||December 14, 2006||Characters from Devil May Cry are featured in SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters DS.||2|
|Bayonetta||October 29, 2009||There are several similarities and references to Devil May Cry in Bayonetta, mostly as a nod from the key common members of both series' launch game development teams.||3|
|Lost Planet||May 11, 2010||"Devil May Cry" is one of the unlockable Nom de Guerres in Lost Planet 2.||2|
|Marvel vs. Capcom||February 15, 2011||Devil May Cry characters are playable in Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 and Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite.||1|
|Dragon's Dogma||May 22, 2012||The list of generic monickers in Dragon's Dogma features "Dante", "Lady", "Sparda", "Trish" and "Vergil" as possible monickers, while Dragon's Dogma Online features the Devil May Cry "Devils Never Cry" theme as part of a special event.||2|
|Project X Zone||October 11, 2012||Project X Zone and Project X Zone 2 feature characters from the Devil May Cry series.||1|
|Minna to Series||October 25, 2012||Minna to Capcom All Stars and Street Fighter × All Capcom feature characters from Devil May Cry.||1|
|PlayStation All-Stars||November 08, 2012||PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale features Dante from DmC: Devil May Cry as a playable character.||1|
|Onimusha||January 17, 2013||Dante is featured in a "Capcom Title Collaboration" limited event quest, while Trish, Lady and Kyrie from Devil May Cry appear as part of the "Capcom Heroines" limited event.||1|
|Street Fighter||November 19, 2013||Dante, Vergil, Nero, Trish, Lady and Nelo Angelo from Devil May Cry are selectable in Street Fighter × All Capcom; while Ken, Laura and Ed received Devil May Cry character costumes in Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition.||1|
|Monster Hunter||December 11, 2013||Monster Hunter: Frontier G and Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate feature downloadable outfits and weapons from the Devil May Cry series, with Dante also appearing as a hireable "Rasta" in Frontier G; MonHun Big Game Hunting Quest features cards of several Devil May Cry characters; Monster Hunter Explore features costumes and weapons of Dante, Lady, Vergil and Trish, and Monster Hunter World features a Dante costume with his weapons and special moves.||1|
|Euro Historia||August 21, 2014||Dante from Devil May Cry 3 appeared in Hyaku Nen Senki: Euro Historia as part of a special collaboration.||1|
|Zombie Cafe||June 15, 2015||Devil May Cry characters appeared in Zombie Cafe as part of a special promotion.||1|
|Death Battle!||March 16, 2016||Dante and Virgil have been subjects for Death Battle!||2|
|Breath of Fire||September 13, 2016||Breath of Fire 6 features special costumes of Dante, Trish, Vergil and Lady from Devil May Cry, as well as the special weapons Sparda and Force Edge.||1|
|Seven Knights||November 30, 2016||Dante, Trish, Vergil, Nero and Lady from Devil May Cry are selectable as part of a special collaboration with Seven Knights.||1|
|Puzzle Fighter||November 22, 2017||Dante from Devil May Cry is a playable character in Puzzle Fighter||1|
|Dead Rising||December 05, 2017||Art books of Devil May Cry appear in the backgrounds of Dead Rising 4, while its update Dead Rising 4: Frank's Big Package features a Dante costume in "Capcom Heroes" mode, along with his actual moves.||1|
|Circle of Saviors||August 11, 2018||Nero's weapons from Devil May Cry 5 are featured in Circle of Saviors as part of a special collaboration.||1|
|Mega Man||March 08, 2019||One of Nero's Devil Breaker arms in Devil May Cry 5 is the Mega Buster from Mega Man, while a rescuable Reploid in Mega Man X6 is named after Dante from Devil May Cry.||1|
|TEPPEN||July 04, 2019||TEPPEN features characters from the Devil May Cry series.||1|
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