“The video for Depeche Mode song ‘Walking In My Shoes’ (1993), directed by Anton Corbijn, was inspired by the Comedy.” —Wikipedia
“Mexican death metal band Transmetal released El Infierno de Dante in 1993. It was also released as Dante’s Inferno in an English version of the album.” —Wikipedia
“Inferno is the third episode in Doom/The Ultimate Doom. All of the levels in this episode are credited to Sandy Petersen, though Tom Hall originally began two of them.
This episode is set in Hell, possibly the inner region of Hell. The episode is apparently named after Inferno, part of Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy. “Inferno” also means “hell” in several languages. Most of these levels have a main, center room that can be easily identified, usually circular or square in shape.” –“Inferno,” Doom Wiki, August 9, 2019
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A reference in LucasArts’ 1993 graphic adventure video game Day of the Tentacle: when playing as Bernard, the dialogue with the cigar salesman cycles through mentions of a few famous figures, including the poet.