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Dante's Inferno Divine Edition - Playstation 3
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- Dark Forest PDLC pack FREE (available March)
- Wayne Barlowe Digital Art Book
- Developer Documentary
- Digital copy of the Longfellow translation of Dante's Inferno
- 20 song soundtrack from the game
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Platform: PlayStation 3
Top Customer Reviews
His work here is amazing and the graphics are astounding. My only complaint, really, is that you can't actually angle the camera yourself. Which tends to become a bit of a nuisance at best when you're trying to admire the terrific landscape and at worst when you're trying to fight and your enemy moves out of sight. Having the camera adjust itself can really become a thorn in your side at times, but overall, it's an issue I'm willing to overlook in light of all I enjoy about the game. As they've stated multiple times on their production videos, they use a pretty high framerate (believe it's 60 fps) and it definitely shows. The flow is fantastically smooth and seamless. The animated clips are a bit on the cheese side, but the CGI cutsceens are pretty high quality. They also don't make the mistake, like a lot of current games do, of overburdening the game with these cutsceens. For me, they can become a major hindrance to the game's flow very quickly, as I like to play my games, not watch a glorified cartoon. Luckily, Dante does not suffer from this in the least.Read more ›
1) Graphics and sound
2) Creepy and Grotesque atmosphere
4) Battle is fun
1) Way to short 6-8 hours
2) Recycled enemies
4) Some level designs
I feel this was a very entertaining game and I had a good time playing it, awesome graphics and sound, disturbing and gross, and fun battle scenes. Because it was so short and the enemy's were recycled I wish I had rented the game instead of buying it.
Well, I'd be lying if I said this game wasn't fraught with missed opportunities. But not nearly as many as you've probably heard. Critics were unduly harsh back in early 2010 when "Dante's Inferno" streeted, perhaps because it is undeniably a "God of War" clone and perhaps because the game does admittedly lose some steam near its conclusion. But as for me, I had more fun slashing my way through Hell than I've had in quite some time. Gamespot's score of a 6.5 out of 10, for example, certainly doesn't do this game justice. "Dante's Inferno" may not deliver on all of its many promises, but it comes damn close.
Again, you are cast as Dante, but not the Dante we know from history. This Dante is a deeply flawed individual who manages to earn your affections merely because of his stubborn refusal to accept his fate, or that of his lover Beatrice whose soul is condemned to Hell for having a little too much faith in his virtue. He's a dark, brooding character in much the same vein as Kratos from "God of War" (which is undoubtedly not a coincidence). And like Kratos, he's a real badass.Read more ›
Mechanics and Controls: B+
Artwork / Visual Design: A+
Fun Factor: A+
**First and foremost, THIS IS AN ADULT GAME, NOT INTENDED FOR CHILDREN.**
Storyline: The original Inferno is basically a guided tour through the nine circles of Hell itself. Dante tells the story of his journey, what he sees, and who he encounters in each circle. While this makes level design a breeze, and could make an excellent movie, video games require more interaction, so some tweaks are needed. The end result is that the poet Dante has been replaced by the crusader Dante, a skilled and powerful knight who has stitched a red cloth cross onto his chest. While this is a far cry from the reality of the man, he makes for an amusing character and it certainly makes for better game play. The overall storyline is a pretty typical rescue the damsel in distress scenario, though Hell makes for a unique setting. The literary purists out there will not be thrilled with the changes made, but from a gameplay standpoint, they are fairly necessary. The developers could have approached it a bit differently, by naming the main characters something else and having them explore Dante's vision of Hell, perhaps with Dante as the guide. Personally, though, I'm not enough of a literary purist to be bothered by this.
Gameplay / Mechanics: Anyone that has played God of War will be familiar with the gameplay mechanics of this game. Personally, I don't think that's a bad thing. The combat is smooth and familiar, and you can pick it up and start playing right away, without having to familiarize yourself with a new system. Leveling is actually improved here, in my opinion.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This game was okay. I got tired of it and stopped playing it. It got old after about 4-5 hours of gameplay, not as entertaining as the God of War series.Published 9 days ago by Chris
Excellent product and seller, everything ok, good experience!!Published 1 month ago by HUGO LAVARELLO
:great action game
:graphics are superior on ps3 if your ps3 is hooked up to an hdmi cable
:it has high reviews here on Amazon
:its the divine release of Dantes... Read more
My daughter has been wanting this game for a while. It was what was advertised at a fair price.Published 2 months ago by Kathy E. DeTrant