Just before the fight begins, Kaguya blesses Sanger's katana to give him a better chance at hurting the demonic forces they're about to face. It turns out Sanger's connection to his sword was so powerful, that blessing allowed it to take the form of the Type 3 Colossal Blade we all know and love.
Chapter 38: Dante's response to Jedah telling the party to tearfully accept salvation?
Dante: Devils never cry. Someone who can't cry asking us to tearfully accept our salvation? Don't make me laugh, devil.
Jedah gets two Shut Up, Hannibal! moments handed to him and both are equally epic on their merits.
And now one for the three companies themselves. Why? This game's avertingNo Export for You, that's why!
To put this in perspective, due to how international copyright works, the rights for every piece of intellectual property appearing in the game had to be renegotiated with their Western handlers, some of which had no official ties to the game's publishers. That they not only made the effort, but succeeded in getting the rights for everything but a few music tracks, is downright phenomenal.
At stage 21 when you get Chris, Jill, and Rikiya, you are surrounded by a lot of zombies. The thing is, Chris and Jill are ten levels higher than the (initial) enemies surrounding you. Get Busujima to increase your attack and watch the mayhem as enemies try to attack you, only to get curb stomped.
Finishing off a villain with the hero of their respective series, especially with a Limit Break.
How do you survive falling from mid-air especially after being catapulted by a revolving cannon? The answer:
Ryu and Ken: pull off a hurricane kick in mid-air and steer towards the direction they wanna go