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The player must dig into the pits of Hell in his quest to save his beloved Beatrice from Lucifer’s grasp.

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Pros

polished and detailed compared to the majority of games on the market

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upgradable powers by absolving or punishing enemies once defeated

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good mix of puzzles, platform gameplay and fighting - keeps players from getting too bored with monotonous gameplay

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relics - collect and carry relics to give yourself various additional powers

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creative storytelling though CGI, anime-like animation and in-game sequences

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Cons

enemy and level designs become less inspired as the game progresses - painful to play by the end

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puzzles are generally lame / boring time wasters

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gameplay has been seen before though the God of War series - nothing new or equally exciting / well done

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often way over the top - takes violence and nudity in video games to new exploitative heights

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Dante's Inferno is a third-person action adventure game developed by Visceral Games and published by Electronic Arts in the first quarter of 2010 for Playstation 3, Xbox 360, and Playstation Portable. It is based on Dante Aligheri’s epic poem, ‘Divine Comedy’, and in fact involves playing as Dante, a veteran of the Crusades. The player must dig into the pits of Hell in his quest to save his beloved Beatrice from Lucifer’s grasp. In many ways, Dante’s Inferno is kind of like a third-person version of the popular top-down game Diablo. Whereas users in Diablo controlled his/her character from above, Dante’s Inferno allows for a more realistic experience by following the character of Dante from behind. In fact, users describe Dante’s Inferno as a cross between God of War and Diablo. Dante’s Inferno is played via a GamePad.

Features
  • Third-Person Action Adventure
  • Based on ‘Divine Comedy’ by Dante Aligheri
  • Save the Beloved Beatrice (Romance)
  • Dig into Hell (Action)
  • GamePad (Control)
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Omar
12/26/2010 11:31

It's boxing day in Canada, and even though I said I wasn't going to be spending much money Rogers Plus was having an INSANE deal where you buy 1 used game and get 2 used games for free. Yes, BUY 1 GET 2 FREE!

Being a mega gamer, how could I turn down such a deal?

My haul:
#prince_of_persia
#splinter_cell_conviction
#prototype
#castlevania_lords_of_shadow
#halo_reach
#splatterhouse
#transformers_war_for_cybertron
#dante_s_inferno
#dynasty_warriors_strikeforce
#bladestorm_the_hundred_years_war
#star_ocean_the_last_hope
#bioshock_2

All for about $110!

Shadowtech

Shadowtech

12/26/2010 02:11

I don't play many games but Bioshock 2 was a great.

Anonymous

Anonymous

07/22/2012 12:19

should be add to the Pros list "You Are A Big Daddy!"?

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