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Dante's Inferno (PS3)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 235 reviews from magazines and websites. Opinions about the usability and action are on the whole positive. The graphics and gameplay also get good feedback, whereas many are critical about the design and value for money. There are some mixed views about the controls.

story, gameplay, graphics, action, usability

value for money, design

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Dante's Inferno (PS3) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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Dante's Inferno (PlayStation 3)


While Dante slices through the belly of an undead beast with his razor-sharp scythe, traverses a crumbling bridge with a quick-time event, and overthrows the ruler of a damned land with vicious determination, a burst of familiarity might flash through...

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Dante's Inferno Review


Is it really a God of War clone?

So with good gameplay, great presentation, and compelling story, you may wonder why this game is being panned by critics and gamers alike. Well first off, the amount of game for your buck is incredibly low. Completing the game your first time through...

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Dante’s Inferno


Imitation is a Divine Comedy. Epic action games seem to be the theme for 2010 and so far things are good. EA and Visceral Games are back with yet another...

Great set pieces ; Lush visuals ; Fluid combat ; Fast-paced action

Relatively short ; Frustrating platforming ; Relic saving

Epic action games seem to be the theme for 2010 and so far things are good. EA and Visceral Games are back with yet another entry to the genre, this time with a game that borrows from two ends of the spectrum. Dante’s Inferno is a balls-to-the-wall...


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Dante's Inferno


Thanks, Visceral. You made sure I was there.

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Dante's Inferno: Divine Edition


Delightfully gratuitous hack n' slash violence, less than pleasant nudity, and a plot resembling something I might have read in my high school English class…if this sounds familiar, you're not alone- but rest assured Dante's Inferno is one God of War...

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Dante's Inferno - PS3 review at Thunderbolt Games


No work of fiction has shaped our idea of what Hell is like more than Dante Alighieri's collective, epic poem The Divine Comedy. Hell was no longer just a simple lake of fire, it was envisioned as a highly-structured realm with unique topography. It...

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Dante’s Inferno Review


Dante's Inferno is loosely based on the epic poem of the same name. The same general concept is there except instead of a poet jumping into Hell to rescue his ...

Overall, if you like God of War you most likely will like Dante’s Inferno as well. Just don’t be shy about putting the game on easy until you level up your character some.

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Can you roast marshmallows in hell? Dante's Inferno Review


Review of the new game Dante's Inferno. A new hack and slash that resembles the staple in the genre; God of War. As Dante Alighieri you fight your way through demons, your sins, and damned souls with death's scythe to free your beloved Beatrice.

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Dante's Inferno


A lot of controversy surrounds Visceral's action-adventure title known as Dante's Inferno. First, there's the obvious criticism for the game taking liberties with the storyline of the original poem by Dante Alighieri. If you were wondering how valid...

Dante’s Inferno is an incredibly fun game with exciting and fast-paced gameplay. However, with a dull storyline experience, Visceral gives me no choice but to call the overall experience of the game mediocre. Of course, if you’re looking strictly for...

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Dante's Inferno Review


Electronic Arts' Dante's Inferno is a bloody and frenzied action game first, and a literary lesson last. Why last? Well, as you're about to find out, the game and book share very little in common, apart from a few names and scenarios. In fact, EA has...

As a whole, Dante's Inferno is a good game for the action junkie that enjoys playing every beat 'em up in the vein of God of War or Devil May Cry. Is this a standout package? Not really. And it's also not worth the full $60. But give this a few months...