“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
“Final Fantasy IV features four Elemental Lords named Rubicante, Scarmiglione, Barbariccia, and Cagnazzo, after members of the Malebranche. A mid-game boss, Calcabrina, also has the name of a Malebranche demon. Also, there exists a superboss in the DS version named Geryon.” —Wikipedia
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“In this atmospheric puzzle game you follow the journey of Dante Alighieri through the Nine Circles of Hell. The game is an adaptation of his epic poem Inferno written over 700 years ago, and between levels it includes many memorable quotes from the poem together with colorized artwork.” [. . .] –Blue Vertex, Steam
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“Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow and Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow feature several spear-wielding flying demons named after the Malebranche: Cagnazzo, Scarmaglione, Rubicant, Draghignazzo, Barbariccia and Malacoda. Rubicant and Scarmaglione are mistranslated as ‘Lubicant’ and ‘Skull Millione.’” —Wikipedia
“In Super Robot Taisen: Original Generation, Judecca, Levi Tolar’s personal unit, uses attacks named after the four zones of the ninth circle of Hell.” —Wikipedia