|Appearances||Devil May Cry|
Devil May Cry 2
Devil May Cry 3
Devil May Cry 4 Special Editon
The Shotgun is a hunting firearm that fires buckshot across a wide area, making it very powerful at close range. Like Ebony & Ivory, the Shotgun retains the same basic design throughout all of its appearances, despite being a different entity in each game.
In Devil May Cry, the Shotgun can be found under a desk in the Castle library during Mission 2: Judge of Death. Dante needs to break the desk first to pick it up.
In Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition, the Shotgun is one of Lady's weapons. It's moves are similar to it's DMC 3 appearance. It's one of Lady's starting weapons.
In Devil May Cry, it's possible to quicken the Shotgun's rate of fire a little by performing a glitch often referred to as the "Shotgun Twitch," wherein you aim the gun with R1 and shoot, and then quickly strafe to one side, which cancels out the animation of Dante breaking the chamber to eject the spent shells, and allowing for you to immediately fire again. There's another move called "Shotgun Hike" which, in combination with the Air Hike ability, allows one to infinitely juggle an enemy.
In Devil May Cry 3, it is possible to perform a ground-based jump, Air Hike, or Enemy Step right after shooting the shotgun to cancel the downtime between shots, which the player can exploit to immediately fire the weapon again, drastically increasing the rate of fire on the normally slow weapon. This makes it possible to devastate enemies with the repeated shots via midair Jump Cancels.
|Twosome Time||+Any direction+||Simultaneously shoot in different directions.|
|Normal Shot||A blast that hits all foes ahead, blowing away anything within close range.|
|Fireworks||Spin your shotgun around your body like a set of nunchucks, randomly blasting nearby enemies.|
|Charge Shot||(hold and release)||Focus energy for a brief time then fire off a super-charged magically imbued burst. Levels 2 and 3 increase the number of bullets fired.|
|Rapid Shot||Crazy Normal Shot||Quickly click off shots, resulting in a large number of bullets being fired in a short amount of time. Levels 2 and 3 lower the number of button presses required to execute the move.|
|Level 2 & 3|
|Gun Stinger||++||Ferociously ram your shotgun into an enemy and pull the trigger to hit them with a concentrated burst of buckshot.|
|Point Blank||Crazy Gun Stinger||Fire off a shotgun round while standing right next to an enemy, doing maximum damage.|
The Shotgun is also used in Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds. Fireworks is its only move, which acts as a followup to Reverb Shock, Revolver and Jet-Stream.
Notes and referencesEdit
- ↑ Devil May Cry, Guns — Shotgun: "A wide range gun. Very destructive at close range."
- ↑ Devil May Cry 2, Weapon File — Shotgun: "A gun scattering bullets in a wide area."
- ↑ Devil May Cry 2, Equip Guns — Shotgun: "A gun with great power at close range."
- ↑ Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening, Guns File — Shotgun: "A hunting shotgun that is very powerful at close range."
- ↑ Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening, Customize Guns — Shotgun: "Raises max bullet output."
- ↑ Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition, Arms File — Shotgun: "A hunting gun thet shoots pellets over a wide area."
|Alastor - Force Edge & Sparda - Ifrit - Yamato|
|Dante's weapons: Merciless - Rebellion - Vendetta - Ebony & Ivory - Missile Launcher - Shotgun - Submachine Guns|
Lucia's weapons: Cutlaseer - Klyamoor - Zambak - Bow Gun - Cranky Bomb - Darts - Throwing Daggers
Trish's weapons: Sparda - Luce & Ombra - Nightmare-γ
|Devil Arms: Agni & Rudra - Beowulf (Devil Arm) - Cerberus - Nevan (Devil Arm) - Rebellion - Yamato|