I would be reluctant to play this if I was paid to
13 September 2014
Summary: This game has such little heart to it it's offensive. The combat is uninspired, the characters are shallow, and they really tightened their purse when it came to the cutscenes. The Divine Comedy being my favorite book, not only did Visceral miss out on what could have been an inspirational adventure through an amazing tale but they fell short in every regard in how to make a game.
Summary: A bland God of War clone that does nothing to fix the mistakes God of War makes. If you could stand the awful camera's, horrible platforming sections, quicktime events and repetitive combat of God of War you might enjoy this as well, but don't expect anything more. You will still fall to your death every single section because of horrible camera's and terrible platforming. You will still A bland God of War clone that does nothing to fix the mistakes God of War makes.
Summary: I'd be a lot more lenient with the score if it weren't for the fact that the game is needlessly frustrating and punishing at points. Difficult is one thing but having to replay the same cutscene/tooltip messages over-and-over again because you failed over something stupid (there's a section where you have to kill 'x' enemies without losing your combo, otherwise it's game over).
Summary: I knew this was a bit cheaper but have to say it's pretty fun. Lots of cool graphics, a great story line. I even got into the movie on Netflix. It's a fun journey if you're not expecting HALO or something. Good Schtuff!
Summary: This game is so under rated. I think because it caught a lot of slack from the PS community for being too much like God of War. But ultimately Dante's Inferno(the divine comedy) and the 9 Gates of Hell are a pretty solid storyline and the game-play was fantastic. I bought this on amazon after realizing i was missing my original copy.