Summary: Wasn't brand new, maybe the Blu ray game itself was, but in the description said that it included downloadable content yet there was no code other then the booklet for EA on the back. Besides that Blu ray is in new condition.
Summary: Like hell itself Dante's Inferno resurects God of War as a skeletal thrall, but builds something around it that is, quite simply, missing the soul that its source of inspiration exudes with every step. What is created seems more like a mercifully short trip into doldrums than the fiery circls of the underworld. What may be even more of a shame is that the game starts with promise.
Summary: This game is visually very beautiful, and the story is great as well. The animation clips are a nice break from normal game play, and are again, very beautiful. However, the transitions between normal game play and 'past sins' are choppy. The game itself is much like God of War, with several magic spells to unlock, and several combo moves. In many ways, it's a ride in which you must mash buttons to see the next chapter. Worth a play through for sure.
Summary: I'd seen that this game had fairly average reviews, but I was so intruiged by the atmosphere of the game that I bought it anyway. The first few levels are pretty good and creative, but then the levels seem very similar and the game just gets a bit boring. Though there is an abilities tree, you'll probably end up using a couple of moves that are effective in every situation. Not to be too harsh, but the game just seemed uninspired (oddly).
Summary: Dante's Inferno seemed like a bad idea to me until I realized that the poem its based on is about as much myth as the Greek gods are, which makes it about as good idea as Kratos going on a warpath for and against varying gods. That said, this game is not nearly as much fun. The God of War series is always pushing the boundaries on what they do within the framework/gameplay of their genre, but this game seems to be treading water, always just above the line saying, "See,...
Summary: To call this a God of War ripoff would be an understatement. However, that's not necessarily a bad thing. Sometimes when you take something great and copy it it works;. For the most part, Dante's Inferno works. However it's INCREDIBLY short and, mind you I am a guy and I have no problem with gratuitous nudity, however the nudity in this game is WAAAY over the top. God of War does it right...Dante's Inferno just goes for shock value. The graphics are ok..
Summary: I was really looking forward to this game .. yes i pre-ordered it .. i used to track all the news , watch all the developer diaries , read all the previews. boy oh boy was i built up for this game. so when i finally got my hands on this game, i played it non stop and loved each and every moment of it. The levels are really well designed ; The game itself is an amazing visualization of hell and the imagery is brutal and sadistic.
Summary: The atmosphere of 'Dante's Inferno' is truly stunning. Far too many PS3 games have mediocre graphics but that certainly can not be said about this game. The attention to detail is just amazing. A rich, saturated color palette, fine texture patterns and the amazing attention to detail is impressive. For the voice work, all of the characters do a good job but the script can be cheesy and the comments often seem misdirected. Dante is the least likable character by far.
Summary: First off I'd like to say that I don't review games unless I have completed the game. How can someone review a game with only playing it for an hour? I was very excited for this game; the graphics are great, creepy atmosphere, good story, lots of blood and guts, spectacular controls, great stuff. Unfortunately there were a few things about this game that really sucked. It was only 6-7 hours long. That was a huge disappointment.
Summary: I had to say that I had huge hopes for this game. How epic in scope is this? You're a Crusader who is killed but instead of accepting death, you fight death to be with your wife. Unfortunately, death already came for your wife and bummer, she's in Hell. So off you go to fight everything under the sun. While this story is the tale of Dante from Inferno, it definitely reminded me of the sci-fi novel from a few years back called "Inferno" Great read by the way.