Summary: After the bashing this game had taken from all other review sites, I was worried it would be unplayable. However, I love the concept of the story and had to try it. Overall, I got the story I wanted and it was told with great cut scenes, however the game play is inferior in every way to God of War and can be frustrating at times. The Bad (However) - Lack of Enemy Diversity: You face the same 3 enemies a thousand times (with 1 new enemy featured in each circle of hell).
Summary: I am a little bit disappointed cos I thought that Dantes Inferno will be as good as God of War, but the truly is that is not so good. Is far away from GoW's standards(effect, gameplay, story) but it have very creepy music and more magic. anyway, I recommend this game only for the fans of this kind of games (one man show!
Repetitive and lifeless, a bit like being in Limbo!
Adam Benyon, amazon.co.uk
10 September 2010
Summary: Borrowed this game off of a friend to pass a few boring afternoons. What I discovered, having not paid a penny for it, was gameplay amateurish and stale. People make the comparison between God of War and Dante's Inferno, in the level up and combo systems, but there is none of the well-sculpted originality of GOW here, only a bland emulation. Perhaps it is a poor translation to PSP.