Summary: Great graphics, no question. But this game reminded me of those old NES or Super NES games where you have to jump from platform to platform over lava, the do it again with the platforms moving, then add fire shooting up from the lava...
Summary: I know what your going to say when you start the game (because me and my friends all had the same reaction): "Wow, this is going to be awesome!" And it was awesome. The game is beautifully designed, very adult, and interesting to a fault.
Excerpt: Dante's Inferno is terrible, when I started playing it, I thought I put Dragon Age in my drive. Unfortunately, I don't like Dragon Age. And quite frankly, this is even worse. The opening cut scene almost made me throw up, the gore is stupid. I can play the goriest of games.
Pros: Good graphics, alright sound .
Cons: Boring, short, repetitive and overly gory . Also probably the easiest game I've ever played .
The pen is mightier than the scythe with this one...
18 July 2011
Excerpt: Dantes inferno is the first part of Dante Alighieres epic poem "The Divine Comedy", if you get a chance to pick up a copy (along with purgatorio and Paradiso) then please do, it's a fascinating read.
Excerpt: What can I say about this marvellous hack and slash game? Lots! It was very enjoyable. We are new to the PS3 console and had played only two other games before this one landed on our door mat. I ordered it on the premise of a good story.
Pros: Easy to play, fun to play and beautiful graphics
Cons: Over the top story and no multiplayer function
Excerpt: Long-time purveyors of a conveyor belt culture that has seen a slew of frequently-updated incremental sequels, EA have won back a lot of support recently with a concerted attempt to publish and promote new (and sometimes risky) intellectual properties.
Pros: Attractive visuals, responsive controls, good quality of level design, a couple of great bosses
Cons: Extremely short, only mild replay - value, upgrades mean it feels less challenging as you progress
Summary: Was enjoying this game up until I had to "Rappel" across a canyon,this seemed to be more difficult than it really needed to be,and my enjoyment slowly turned to frustration,I like a challenge as much as the next person,but after a while and after many failed attempts to get across to the next rope,I...