Summary: Ok, I'll admit that I overlooked Dante's Inferno for years. Everything I read indicated that it was a God of War clone, and a pretty bad God of War clone at that. Now that I'm getting a little closer to sunsetting my PS3 and moving on to the PS4, this was one of the games buried in my Amazon wish-list, so I figured I'd give it a shot. It turned out being one the best gaming decisions I've ever made.
Summary: I really like the art style of the game and also the premise of the game. The action is fast paced and, for someone action game uninitiated like me, quite punishing. Nevertheless it is great fun! Recommended!
Summary: god war meets devil may cry in this epic tale the smoothness of devil may cry in high frame rate merges beautifully with a battle system resembling god of war. same upgrade system and even more deeper combo system makes this game a great classic to catch up to if you have still not played this one
Summary: As someone who has read Divine Comedy (twice!) I was excited to get ahold of this game. I wasn't disappointed! It is obvious that the makers of the game actually read the Inferno (Bantam Classics) and actually allude to many of the cantos throughout the quest. Granted, the storyline is only vaguely based on the Italian's literary masterpiece, and they ad-lib quite a bit (such as when they say that "this" Dante fought in the crusades).