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  • Blog Post: This game felt like hell (not in a good way).

    At first I was impressed, the gameplay was good and the story was somewhat interesting but as I played I noticed the quality drop more and more. I thought I would have to fight through all 7 circles of hell (greed, lust, hate, envy, etc) and face 7 unique bosses for that sin however after the 3rd circle... More
  • Blog Post: A Tiresome Journey

    I played Dante's Inferno months after its release, and I was fully aware of the reviews given by other gamers and critics. Dante's Inferno is, at times, a shameless clone of God of War, and a very poor one at that. The action is fluid and interesting for the first few hours but quickly becomes... More
  • Blog Post: If Dante Were A Crusader...

    R eceiving Dante’s Inferno from far from its release date, I am well aware that most things to be noted about this game have most likely already been said. Having said that, my current boredom ( and qualms with this game, for that matter ) keep me from passing over this review. So I’ll... More
  • Blog Post: The Divine Comedy indeed..... not really

    This is not a bad game by any means. I know the game is Loosely based on The Divine Comedy. So the story line is good not the best mind you but good. Game play need a little work tho. I'd say rent it see if you like it then buy it. All this game did for me help pass the time till God of War 3. More
  • Blog Post: The End is Nigh...

    Dante's Inferno is a third-person action adventure title produced by the videogame industry's top grossing company, Electronic Arts. It is their 1st successful entry into the genre, accompanied by full fledged marketing campaigns, Super Bowl ads, pre-order extras, free downloadable content and... More
  • Blog Post: Hell gets scary

    Dante's Inferno is one of those games that'll make you think. When playing through the game, I found myself constantly shouting at the screen in surprise because of highly imaginative and horrifyingly brutal looking creatures and bosses. But even more so than the shockingly hellish looking beasts... More
  • Blog Post: Dantes Inferno Review

    For all you gamers out there that say this is a God of War copycat, tell me one thing...How else do you make a combat action game?! I see that there are a lot of similarities between the two, but what else can you do control wise? Forget that they are similar in combat, a lot of games are, shooters for... More
  • Blog Post: the 10th circle of hell

    aah *** there are to many lame button mashers coming out lately. i mean Dante's inferno is a OK game the bosses were insanely awesome but there was something missing,different button mashes, you could go through the game just by pressing circle. there should be at least a few more weapons. darksiders... More
  • Blog Post: Absolutely badass!!!!!

    Loved the story, loved the gameplay, loved the graphix/art style. What I didnt like was Gameinformers sorry ass take on the game. Here is where I have the most problems with. and I quote of course.... "If ripping off the gameplay of another title was a sin, there’d be a circle in hell reserved... More
  • Blog Post: Just wait until god of war 3, trust me

    The game starts with a bang, but it ends with you wondering why your thumb has been spazzing out on the square button for an hour or two. Story's great, ideas great, but the idea that somthing could beat god of war is not very big. Don't mistake me though, it satisfys, but only to a point. 6... More
  • Blog Post: To each its own

    Dantes inferno may not be a unique concept in its gameplay but one reviewing this game should have nothing to do with any other game. No one should be bias against a game going into a review. You take it for what it is. No HISTORY unless its a sequel. The gameplay in Dantes Inferno is top notch. This... More
  • Blog Post: Not a review.

    I haven't played Dante's Inferno yet (save for the demo) so I can't tell anyone rather it is good or bad until Friday. What I can say, though, is that the demo alone made me want to buy (not rent) this game. I loved God of War I, II, and am finally gonna shell out the money for a PS3 JUST... More
  • Blog Post: Dante's Inferno, Cooled Fire

    Dante's Inferno certainly isn't going to win any originality awards this year. In my time with the game I can honestly say that I feel like I've been playing a slightly worse build of God of War II, albeit without the Blades of Chaos. Inferno certainly pulls no punches when it comes to downright... More
  • Blog Post: Great Game!

    I just finished my first run through of the story last night. It took me just under 6 hours to complete. Which is why i remove a half a point. However, I do feel that if the game had been much longer, it would have been too drawn out. The other point that was lost was because of lack of originality in... More
  • Blog Post: disappointed

    I want to say God of War 3, but it's soon. This will have to do, but not. I had so many high hopes, but it fall short when I played through the game. The visuals reminded me of a Prototype game, however, it did show some promise. The game could have been more EA would had just stuck to it's original... More
  • Blog Post: Clones are still good.

    GOW clone, GOW clone, personally I don't care. I really like this game. I've been playing the demo over and over and over again, and I love it. It's really exciting. Yes, the combat is EXACTLY like GOW, but is that supposed to be a bad thing? The combat is robust and awesome, but the only... More
  • Blog Post: I'm sorry, but I loved this game.

    For all you who say copy-cat, I agree. But at the same time, since when is MORE of a good thing, a bad thing? Never, I loved god of war. I loved the Poem of Dante. I also loved the re-done idea of the Inferno . I have played this demo more times than I can count, and I will admit, in the beginning i... More
  • Blog Post: Dante's Inferno review

    This game is a complete clone of God of War. The story is the only thing that is not different, but from the gameplay, to tone, to puzzels, and to graphic style it the same. It is also not that good of a God of War clone. The graphics are blocky at times and the controls are not as polished as God of... More
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