Summary: I just bought Dante's Inferno on the psn store. Gotta say this game has blown me away so far. I remember when it first came out there was a lot of mixed reviews about it. I also remember watching a YouTube review downgrading it as well.
Summary: Dante's Inferno for the PS3 is loosely based on Dante Alighieri's poem and creates an action oriented storyline as players assume the role of Dante. The first stage teaches you the mechanics of the game and God of War fans will feel right at home, which is good in my opinion as the game leaves with...
Summary: As someone who has read (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 and actually allude to many of the cantos throughout the quest.
Summary: Don't listen to negative reviews, Dante's Inferno is speaking for itself, it has a unique story and amazing graphics,especially cutscenes just took my breath away! Game play is smooth not a crazy button smasher like God Of War 3, hard at times but certainly fun game.
Summary: This game was truely enjoyable. It is one of my favorite games. The graphics are beautiful (especially the cutscenes). The ability to be "good" or "evil" creates a perfect way to play the game multiple times through. Plus the added bonus of Greek mythology mixed in (if you like that stuff).
Summary: A book come to life in the interest of the action-oriented gamer. This game is awesome and I'd recommend it to any PS3 fan (or XBOX 360 fan). If you've ever read the real book that is The Divine Comedy: The Inferno, then this game is the best modern day interpretation I have ever seen (or played).
Summary: Lastimosamente es un juego muy corto, pero la excelencia grafica de la ambientacion infernal es impresionante. Duramente criticado por su semenjanza a GOW, pero historias totalmente diferentes, basado en la primera parte de la Divina comedia. 1-Infierno. 2-Purgatorio. 3-Cielo.
Summary: Make no mistake, this game is pure guilty pleasure, hack and slash, dim the lights and camp out on the couch, eye candy goodness. It's LOOSELY based on the poem and isn't about to change your life in any profound way, unless you really love graphics and design work I guess.
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...