Games Reviews: Dante’s Inferno
Friday 05 February 2010
£29.99 – £49.99
Format PSP, PS3, Xbox 360
Publisher Electronic Arts
Take one epic poem, play fast and loose with its narrative style, throw in some devilishly good graphics and plenty of gore, and you have a recipe for a gamer’s heaven, set in hell. Dante’s Inferno might not be a scholarly interpretation of the DivineComedy but it’s ripsnortingly good fun, a mix of magic and combat that will be familiar to fans of the God of Warseries. Set pieces are storming, the graphics are, well, graphic and the end-of-level bosses are fiendish. Fun? Hell, yeah.
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