Conclusion: Inferno Pool may well end up being one of the hidden gems of the PlayStation Network. That we're reviewing an import version with such glowing praise should make it obvious that its appeal knows no borders. Only blood alcohol levels.
Excerpt: It's always interesting to see when a developer takes a well-known parlor/arcade game and gives it the videogame treatment. Over the years, there have been numerous successes and failures. Dark Energy Digital's Inferno Pool falls somewhere between the two, but it leans ever so slightly towards success. This blisteringly frantic version of video pool seems like it's destined for greatness, but it's held back by a noticeable dearth of single-player content.
Excerpt: Pool games were once a dime a dozen in the gaming years of yesteryear and thankfully developers Dark Energy Digital have revised this genre in their latest title called Inferno Pool that of course has a killer twist. The game is a PSN network exclusive and contains some great 21 st century gaming graphics which is silky smooth on the PlayStation 3. So what makes Inferno Pool different to other pool games?