Most Hack and Slash Fun I Have Had Since Devil May Cry Back in 2001
2 May 2012
Summary: This game is extremely entertaining, and when you purchase the add-ons (mine was used so free included add-on in divine edition was already redeemed), it gets highly addicting. There are five main aspects to any game I like to discuss in these things: graphics, music, fun, playability (mechanics),...
Summary: Geez! No wonder people try to avoid hell so much, it's a gosh dern obstacle course! I'd prefer not to have to jump over rivers of blood/lava/bile then to later swing on ropes like some kind of a "Tarzan" only to have to then slide *painfully I assume* down a pole made from bones to only get a...
Summary: I have to admit that I accidentally purchased this game because I had it confused with Demons Souls. Lucky for me, the game ended up being pretty entertaining in its own right. It's obvious from the start that this is a God of War clone, but instead of simply going through the motions to bank on...
Summary: This is one beautiful and disgusting item... especially for a game console. Parent's lock this one away and don't play it unless you know for a fact that the kid's won't sneak up and watch over your shoulder. I'm serious.
Summary: Dante's Inferno is essentially a Judeo-Christian God of War. The developers knew their source material, both literary and game-wise, very well, and implemented them very well. It is as much a love letter to God of War as it is a treatment of the epic poem by Dante, and this is not a bad thing at...
Summary: Excelente juego Buenas graficas, gran historia y muy facil para controlar el personaje. Los jefes finales son enormes y muy bien trabajados. En resumen el juego es muy entretenido y se lo recomiendo a todos.
Dante's Inferno: An underrated Hack and Slash Through Hell
tim weckstein, Game Informer
3 December 2010
Summary: Dante's Inferno catches a lot of flak for being a complete and blatant rip off of God of War. Well...yea. That is what it is. They might as well have put the God of War team in the credits right after the Visceral Games studio.
Summary: This game is really, really reminiscent of God of War. Even down to the controls. It's violent, it's gross, it's got a surprising amount of nudity, and it's a damned good time. Really, if you can accept and forgive that they're ripping off God of War, then it's fun as hell (.....get it?).
Summary: I was very gratefull that Visceral Games and Electronic Arts created a game similar in style to the God of War series. Don't understand why people complain about that, after all there are so few titles in this genre. In my opinion God of War III is the greatest game ever created.
Summary: R eceiving Dante’s Inferno from GameFly.com far from its release date, I am well aware that most things to be noted about this game have most likely already been said. Having said that, my current boredom ( and qualms with this game, for that matter ) keep me from passing over this review.