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Dante's Inferno (PSP)

Dante's Inferno (PSP)
alaScore 90

46 reviews

Nov, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 46 reviews from magazines and websites.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) the Dante's Inferno (PSP) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 90/100 = Excellent quality.

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(Based on 46 reviews)

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Amazon.co.uk review summary for Dante's Inferno (PSP)

 

alaTest has collected and analysed 8 user reviews of Dante's Inferno (PSP) from Amazon.co.uk. The average user rating for this product is 4.5/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.0/5 for other PlayStation Portable Games on Amazon.co.uk.

100% of the reviews on Amazon.co.uk give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the product: Dante's Inferno (PSP)

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Dante’s Inferno

 

Dante's Inferno for the PSP is only related to the source story in name, really. However, a poet making his way through the medieval version of A Christmas Carol doesn't make for the best game so they added more fighting, lots of nudity and far more...

Graphics bring the idea of the nine circles to life + Nice animated cut scenes + Great source material

In combat, sometimes you flail about - Feels too similar to God of War - Unnecessary nudity that can take you out of the story - So much story potential unrealized

The Inferno falls flat in a few ways, namely too many repetitive actions in battle. When you are absolving the legions of the damned you are always pressing just one button to do it, I would have liked to see just a bit more variation on this part....

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Dante's Inferno Sony PSP Review

 

The game tells the story of Dante, a Crusader fighting his way home and to the love of his life, Beatrice. After a dangerous run-in with the Grim Reaper (who provides him with a nasty-looking scythe), he finally gets to his home to find her murdered,...

Thrilling boss battles and combat will keep you involved, deep storyline, visuals are really good for a PSP action game, top-notch voice acting and orchestral music

Mapping special moves to the digital pad makes them hard to access, occasional problems with performance (loading and slowdown), no genuine awards awaiting you at the end of the game

Dante's Inferno has been the subject of much controversy, thanks to Electronic Arts' PR stunts. The fake demonstrators at E3, the troubling booth babe contest at Comic Con and, most recently, a promotional box housing the worst kind of evil (Rick...

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Dante's Inferno (Xbox 360) Review

 

Following the horrific Dead Space, Visceral Games comes at us with their second offering, Dante's Inferno. We dive into Hell and make it out alive with a verdict.

Combat is extremely fun, and you can easily lose yourself in it when trapped somewhere with hellspawn to slaughter. Dante's attacks, no matter how basic, are exceptionally beautiful to look at, and the finishers are satisfying to pull off, despite...

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Dante's Inferno Review

 

TVG quests through the nine circles of hell in search of Beatrice, Dante's fallen damsel in distress...

Solid Combat ; Some good puzzles ; Engaging Levelling-up system

Very derivative ; A bit previous-gen visually ; Alternate endings would've helped

Despite its refusal to innovate, its blatant copying from the God of War rulebook, and its missed opportunities, Dante's Inferno is nonetheless a solid title. At the very least, it's an engaging prospect for Xbox loyalists who've never played a God of...

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Dante's Inferno - Review

 

As much as I still like my PSP Go (I'm apparently in the minority there), it has fallen victim to an overarching and painfully annoying trend. Why is it that the ports of console games are being released on the PSP right as the original is becoming old...

Say what you will about the plagiarism of God of War's gameplay; there is a reason that series is so popular. Dante's Inferno doesn't manage to set itself apart from Sony's flagship series in terms of gameplay, but there is no denying that taking a...

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Dante's Inferno Review

 

Sinnerman

Pinning hordes of demons down under a merciless barrage of incandescent crucifixes

Slogging through the repetitious "trials" of Fraud

For once gamers can honestly believe the hype. Dante's Inferno lives down to expectations in spectacular fashion. Setting aside the tasteless storytelling, there's (derivative) entertainment to be had here, but what's there is short-lived with no...

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Dante's Inferno

 

Loosely based on The Divine Comedy's first act, Dante's Inferno is a third-person action game starring Dante Alighieri: an Italian mercenary who journeys to hell itself to retrieve the love of his life, Beatrice. As he ventures into hell's nine circles, f

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Dante's Inferno

 

While its console counterpart ended up being a rather disappointing and unpleasant experience, my expectations for the PSP version of Dante's Inferno remained optimistic. Something told me Artifical Mind and Movement (A2M) would be able to do offer up...

Great visuals and sound ; Solid controls ; Good length (around 8-9 hours) ; Gorgeous animated cutscenes ; Finally a good hack n' slash game for the PSP

too bad the game's exaggerated mature content hurts it

I felt much more comfortable playing Dante’s Inferno on the PSP than I did it’s HD brethren. The distasteful enemies and depraved ambiance is much less notable here. Because of the technical limitations, it somehow tempers the experience. This is going...

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Dante's Inferno An Awesome Game

 

Dante's Inferno, wow, what a great game. I came across this game by chance. I saw the ad's during the Super Bowl, and thought man that looks a bit tough, but never considered buying the game. At the time I was playing my way through another great game,...

Perfect character control, artwork, animation, great story

Rope jumping poorly designed, some camera angles not up to par

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Dante's Inferno- PSP

 

For whatever reason, it feels like A2M shoved Dante's Inferno as hard as it could into the game development version of Google Translate and have wound up with something that lost most of its meaning and intention in the process. Gamers looking for a...

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