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In 1300 Dante Alighieri wrote "The Divine Comedy." Part one, called "Dante's Inferno" described Hell in 9 circles. It forever changed people's view of the afterlife and it's readers feared judgment.

Based on the immensely influential classic poem, Dante's Inferno takes you on an epic quest of vengeance and redemption through the Nine Circles of Hell.

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God of War clone” was the phrase that summarised the backlash Dante's Inferno...

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We all know the story by now - Dante's Inferno is God Of War that's based on a poem...

a disapiontment if you ask me short and repetative DantesInferno PS3
Has potential, but was let down by g ameplay. All you do is run down the path slashing shit with a scythe. DantesInferno PS3
awesome and bloody, kind of gross though DantesInferno PS3
Score: 65 Fun enough to run through. Too easy to platinum though. DantesInferno PS3
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We all love God Of War. Don’t lie. I know you did. It seems as if the...

NPD's monthly sales roundup for February highlights the second month in a row for 2010 where year-on-year... posted Mar 12, 10 7:42pm

pretty good game 9.5/10 DantesInferno PS3


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[image1 link=yes width=345 height=193] An embodiment of Hell, apparently. How about another tour of Hell,... posted Feb 05, 10 9:35pm

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Ok, so the production of these posts isn't exactly daily due to my recent illness and mass of schoolwork. From now on, I will try to keep it relatively frequent, but not daily. It's February 1st, and though there are plenty of releases due to hit the shelves, there are only a few that have grabbed my interest:

Heavy Rain: I was more of a casual gamer the first time I saw Heavy Rain footage at an E3 event. At this time, we had no clue as to what the plot or gameplay would be like, we were just introduced to one of the four leading characters.

A few years down the line and Heavy Rain is ready to launch later this month. This is at the top of my list for many reasons, if there were those who thought I just picked up exclusive games out of sheer fanboyism. Firstly, Heavy Rain will be like nothing you have ever played or experienced before in your entire life. The mini-interactions as well the actual drama is just unheard of in the modern age of gaming. It's only recently that I have managed to play titles in which moral choices have an impact on plot (Rise of the Argonauts, Dragon Age: Origins), but the thought of the game being driven by your choices alone is a good one.

Bioshock 2: When the first Bioshock was announced for the PlayStation 3, there were plenty of people up in arms, and for a time, I couldn't see what all of the fuss was about until I picked up my own copy. Bishock is one of those timeless action shooters that never gets old, the prime attraction being the setting and integration of Plasmids. I haven't really been keeping an eye on Bioshock 2, and I am still undecided one whether to buy it or leave it.

The game is set ten years since the ending of the first and players return to Rapture as a Big Daddy. It's evident that Rapture is still hostage to the hordes of splicers that roam its halls, though the protagonist's incentives are not hinted at. Multiplayer will be included, and 2K have assured fans that it is not just another tacked on online component.

Dante's Inferno: As some will know, I am a huge fan of God of War, and when I heard Visceral would be trying to make a game identical to the series, I was overjoyed. Dante's Inferno follows the tale of Dante as he plummets into hell in order to find his wrongly judged love, Beatrice and save her from eternal suffering.

The fiction is there, but when I picked up the demo, I was less than impressed. Compared to the fluidity and power in God of War, Dante's Inferno struggles greatly. With that said, I will still give the game a rent to see if Visceral have delivered another stellar title to next-gen gaming systems.

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So the love of Dante's life is killed and gets taken away by Satan.  The demo suggests that's actually Dante's... posted Jan 29, 10 10:02pm

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