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Dante's Inferno


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Awsome Game !!

posted by Cassidy2011 (PORT SAINT LUCIE, FL) Nov 16, 2011

Member since Oct 2011

Well another game i am certainly buying i got close to done and i didn't even finish it i just sent it back because i loved it ... I have to say it is alot like God of War to a extent so if you were into that you would certainly like this game and it has some good peep shows for adults lol Graphics were great and i just hope they make another !!

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to much dirt review

posted by tomuchdirt (LAS VEGAS, NV) May 17, 2011

Member since Mar 2011

hello and welcome to the review this game has a mix of heaven earth and the below ok you defeat death to get your deadly schythe you see your love beatrice and your fatsee ya laer best game everher dead in your home so you take the cross to get the divine powers of the lord our father when you enter the down under you will see a very white bluish figure love it is the good spirit of your father who was killed the bad spirit is a big man you will have to fight you shall go thru the nine gates of the down under to get your dear beatrices soul back you will destroy luicefer and get the lovely beatrice back if you like this game play god of war as well okay

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Near perfect conversion!

posted by ShinGundam (PALMETTO, FL) May 11, 2010

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Member since Feb 2010

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

If you own the PS3 Dante's Inferno, then this is literally the portable version of it.
With identical levels and puzzles, this PSP version will not offer anything new... oddly enough, since most PSP versions have a little "extra".

And for those without a PS3, then this is a real treat!
Based on "The Divine Comedy", the game has a solid background, storyline and engine.
As you travel down the Nine Planes of "Heck", you get to either absolve or punish "poor unforunate souls" on your travels, granting you either light or dark powers. (although in the end, it doesn't really matter which side you choose)

Jokingly known as God Of War 2.5, Dante's Inferno's game engine is nearly a twin of its older brother... which is not a bad thing, after all.

Controls are tight, camera view is tricky (on purpose, to make the puzzles more difficult), the graphics are as good as they get on the PSP.

Comparisons aside, like I said before, a great solid game!
A definite must have!

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