Summary: i don't understand why people are giving this game a high score yes it has a good theme yes it has a good story but it has the most terrible gameplay i've seen in ages so repetitive and so boring
short, sweet, and to the point....well, maybe not sweet:)
Z.M. "Reaper", Amazon
8 November 2009
Summary: it's set in a world kinda like ours (good vs. evil).... but it has a different religious feel to it... but not to boring:) graphics: i think the graphics are really good, i like the effects when you shoot someone with a devil charged bullet! and it runned really smooth on my playform: 64bit windows vista home premium, intel dual core centrino processor, 4GB RAM, and Nvidia GeForce' 9300m GS, 512MB. by the way... anything runs smooth on that!
Summary: I had this game sitting on my shelf for a while before I finally decided to play through it. I can honestly say I wasn't missing much. While I finished it I found it a struggle to want to do so. I quickly lost interest in the game by the end of the first mission. PROS: - Graphics. They were quite nice overall. However like so many shooters the sky and background was a solid unmoving sheet. - Enemy AI was ok.
Summary: I really enjoyed Infernal. This game brings some very cool new features to the standard third person shooter genre. You have certain powers such as teleportation and the ability to move things around that would normally be too heavy to move. This adds a puzzle aspect to the game that I enjoyed. Each time you enter a new area you must think of how best to proceed by deciding which powers to use. The story is really good keeping you wanting to find out what happens next.
Summary: Even though the actual story dialogue to this game is kinda cleche and at some points, overstylized, but the actual gameplay itself is pretty fun. Good way to kill some time. Graphics are decent in gameplay, cinematic graphics lacked a lot of next-gen animation such as facial characteristics and realistic bodily movements. Not a lot of work was put into this game. Overall, this game is a good timekiller and nothing more.
Infernal ignites the action, but is extinguished by issues
R. Stevens "Fedora Technologies", Amazon
16 January 2008
Summary: Hey, Gang! Tellurye is going to break it down for you. As owner of Fedora Technologies (www.fedoratech.com) we get access to lots of goodies. I decided to give this game a little dance, and what stands our company out is, yes I give you my opinion, but I will also state facts - this helps the user decide on whether they want to buy it. Not just "its good" or "bad", but also why and what you get. So let me sum up.
Summary: Unless over processed effect hypnotise you, stay away from this game. It probably would have been ok, but they spent so much energy making it look "cool" that it is hard to focus on your task, which is simply KILL KILL KILL. I never made it past the first level due to the headache I got trying to see what was happening, and the sond track of some unseen dude on a mega-phone yelling at full volume to give up or you will die!!
Summary: Infernal won't win any awards in the innovation department but it's a very good-looking shooter that adds enough hooks to keep you interested for a few hours. You're Ryan Lennox, a fallen angel looking for work when your recruited by Satan himself to take out various enemies. The title comes from the power bestowed upon you by the Devil. After killing an enemy you can recharge your character's health by absorbing him in dramatic fashion.