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GF Rating
7.4

10462 ratings

Critic & User Reviews

GF Rating
10

Perfect

Best game and story ever!!!

posted by successful (UPPER MARLBORO, MD) Oct 27, 2010

Member since Jun 2009

2 out of 2 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

This game was well done, and I didn't want it to end. It is just as good as "God of War". This game is a buyer!!!!!

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GF Rating
10

Perfect

Exreamly Hardcore

posted by godhand (JAMAICA, NY) Aug 15, 2010

Member since Aug 2010

2 out of 2 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

if you love god of war then you will defenitly love dantes inferno. they both have almost the same game play experience and the games graphics are really realistic. but some times the puzzles in the game are so hard that they get one your nerves. overall awesome game to play then any other and if your a god of war fan you should definitely try this game.

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GF Rating
5

Fair

Circle of Sloth and Unoriginality

posted by The_Hyphenator (TULSA, OK) Feb 15, 2012

Member since Jun 2011

1 out of 1 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

Dante's Inferno is not a bad game. I know it's not a bad game because it's the same game as God of War, and that was a good game. I tried to go into this title with an open mind, but the more I played, the more it became apparent that this was God of War with a literary/Christian paint job. Granted, there's nothing technically wrong with the game, the combat is fast and precise (again, God of War), it has plenty of gory, over-the-top moments, and the graphics, while not special, do run at a consistent 60 fps, which is important for a game like this. But it just feels contrived; nothing feels as cool as it should, the setting feels like every Hades level from the GoW series mashed into one with some more overtly Judeo-Christian influences, and the only original feature is a "morality system" where you can absolve or punish enemies and the damned souls you meet in the underworld. But all this does is give you experience that affects the skills you can learn with your cross or scythe, respectively. Even the plot is God of War-like, with Dante's dark backstory being told in a series of progressively unlocked flashbacks.

Bottom line, if you're an action game junkie and need something to play, this is a competently executed title. But don't expect to replay it or even remember it when you're done.

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