Gunslinger can be seen as a counterpart to the Swordmaster Style, specializing in firearms exclusively, giving a more dynamic use of them (covering a large area, shooting multiple enemies at once, adding a powered-up version on normal moves, e.t.c)
In Devil May Cry 3, by using Shot Cancelling and more specifically, combining normal shot with the style technique, Gunslinger Style can give up the most damage per second, also filling us the Style Gauge quickly.
In Devil May Cry 4, with the inability to use Shot Cancel, Gunslinger becomes weaker than it was in the previous game. It is mostly used only on enemies that have protection, which can be removed by firearms.(Mephistos, Fausts, Alto/Bianco Angelos and Blitz)
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- In Devil May Cry 4, when standing while choosing this style, Dante makes a victory gesture with his arms while shouting "Gunslinger!", or "Gun!" when on the move. He also gains a blue electrical aura.
- ↑ Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening, Style File — Gunslinger: "Style in which player can master different guns and maximize each gun’s technique."
|Dark Slayer - Doppelganger - Gunslinger - Quicksilver - Royalguard - Swordmaster - Trickster|
|Buster - Dark Slayer Style - Gunslinger Style - Royalguard Style - Swordmaster Style - Trickster Style|