Dante is a mercenary specializing in the paranormal and the main playable character in the first three Devil May Cry games. He is distinguishable by his red clothing, short silver hair, quick wit, dark sense of humor and cocky attitude. Dante usually has two heavily customized M1911 pistols (called Ebony and Ivory) or a two-handed sword known as Rebellion.
The character was voiced by Drew Coombs in the original Devil May Cry and Matthew Kaminsky in Devil May Cry 2. Reuben Langdon received the role in Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening, and has returned to the role in Devil May Cry 4, Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds and Devil May Cry: The Animated Series. Dante's Japanese voice in Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds, Project X Zone, The Animated Series, 4 Special Edition and Project X Zone is provided by Toshiyuki Morikawa.
DmC: Devil May Cry features a different Dante from a parallel universe separate from the original series. This version of Dante (a "nephilim", described in the game's mythology as a half-angelic, half-demonic hybrid) is voiced by Tim Phillipps. In this version, Dante initially has black hair, which turns white near the end of the game. While he is still just as sarcastic and cocky as the original Dante, his attitude is significantly more punk-like than the laid back demeanor of the original counterpart. Changes to his signature weapons include a slimmer version of the Rebellion sword, as well as his guns Ebony and Ivory resembling Desert Eagle handguns with the grips twisting to a sharp point, which makes it lack any detachable magazines or a magazine release.
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