Game Review – Dante’s Inferno (PS3 Xbox360)

Posted: February 8, 2010 in Uncategorized

In Dante’s Inferno, you play a third-person action game, as Dante, who’s ventured to the entrance to Hell and plunges inside in pursuit in search of his deceased true love, Beatrice. The version of Dante presented in the game differs from history’s Dante, in that this hero is a darker, battle-hardened veteran of the Crusades. As the game’s story goes, Dante’s beloved Beatrice has been taken to Hell unjustly by Satan himself and Dante sets out to rescue her. But to do this, he’ll have to traverse down all nine circles of Hell; past tormented and tortured souls, subjected to horrors beyond human imagining. And he may just have to confront his own demons (the metaphorical kind, though he’ll slay plenty of the real ones, too) and balance the scales for his own sins that have been committed in the past. The story is one of the most compelling parts of Dante’s Inferno the video game.

More than once the Inferno wowed me with moments of that epic scale feeling you look for in games of this genre, where it just feels great to be playing something created with such passion.

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Comments
  1. Avatar Games says:

    I’ll give this baby a 6 out of 10.

  2. richardthegreat says:

    Dauntes inferno deserves an 8.5 out off ten not a low six

  3. Avatar Games says:

    Why do you think that?
    Please eloaborate your point of view.

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