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Dante's Inferno: Divine Edition by Electronic Arts




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Dante's Inferno: Divine Edition is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 85.
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  • Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Publisher: Electronic Arts
  • Developer: Electronic Arts
  • Category: Action , Horror
  • Players:1 Player

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An abducted soul. A lifetime of sins. A journey to the depths of despair. Based on the immensely influential classic poem, Dante's Inferno takes you on an epic quest of vengeance and redemption through the Nine Circles of Hell. You are Dante, a veteran of the Crusades who must chase his beloved Beatrice and try to free her soul from Lucifer's grasp. As your pursuit takes you deeper into the pits of Hell, you must battle ever more fierce and hideous monsters - while also facing your own sins, a dark family past, and your unforgivable war crimes.

EA's Dante's Inferno will take gamers to the western world's most definitive view of the afterlife as created in the 13th century by the Italian poet Dante Alighieri in part one of his epic classic, "The Divine Comedy." The game is shipping in 2010 for the PLAYSTATION 3, Xbox 360 and the PSP. EA's Dante's Inferno tells an adapted story that focuses on delivering a blockbuster 3rd person action game experience while bringing Alighieri's depiction of Hell to the medium. Players assume the role of Dante, who descends into Hell after returning home to find his beloved Beatrice murdered, with Lucifer seducing her soul into the underworld. Dante sets out on a rescue mission to save Beatrice, but he soon realizes he is also in Hell to face his own demons and ultimately to redeem himself.

Players will take Dante through nine unique circles of Hell as mapped out and described by Alighieri: limbo, lust, gluttony, greed, anger, heresy, violence, fraud and treachery. Each circle will showcase its own distinct look, with demons, monsters, damned and geography that are crafted straight from the poem's vivid descriptions.

To take down the demons of Hell, Dante is outfitted with two primary weapons: the Scythe he takes from Death and the Holy Cross given to him by Beatrice, which has spiritual powers that will help Dante collect souls and spells from the creatures he defeats on his journey. The game also features a deep upgrade system so gamers can customize their abilities to their specific gameplay style, something they'll need as Dante comes face to face with Hell's fiercest beasts and bosses. If successful, Dante will be able to tame certain beasts, exacting their will and turning Hell's punishments back on itself.

Built on the same technology as the award-winning Dead Space, Dante's Inferno will deliver a fast, fluid and responsive combat experience running at 60 frames per second, a must-have for the action adventure genre. The game is being built by Visceral Games, with the same attention to polish the studio has become known for with Dead Space.

  • An Epic Adaptation of a Classic - Based on part one of Dante Alighieri's classic poem "The Divine Comedy," Dante's Inferno is a 3rd person action adventure game that takes Dante on an epic journey through Hell as he seeks to rescue the soul of his beloved Beatrice.
  • The Nine Circles of Hell - Just like the poem, players will descend through Dante's unique nine circles of Hell: limbo, lust, gluttony, greed, anger, heresy, violence, fraud and treachery. Each circle features distinct environments, enemies and story elements befitting the sins committed by their inhabitants.
  • Control the Beasts of Hell - Dante's Inferno features large scale beasts and bosses, some of which Dante will be able to fully tame, utilizing them to throw back Hell's wrath to its minions.
  • Fast, Addictive, Responsive Combat - Dante fights through the nine circles armed with Death's Scythe and Beatrice's Holy Cross, with magic powers and a deep, customizable upgrade system helping the player take full advantage of a fast and fluid gameplay experience that will never run at lower than 60 frames per second.
  • Bring Hell With You Wherever You Go - Dante's Inferno gives PSP owners the same level of fast, responsive gameplay through all nine detailed and unique circles of hell the team is aiming to achieve on the consoles.
  • Visceral Games Stamp of Approval - From the award-winning studio that created the criticallyacclaimed Dead Space, Dante's Inferno will receive the same relentless focus on quality and polish Visceral Games has become known for.
  • Be Righteous or Unholy - choose to punish or absolve the damned, affecting your character's abilities throughout the game.


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Rated 5 out of 5 by from I LOVE IT! This game has everything that I've been looking for in a PlayStation 3 Game! I love the book Inferno! It's a great book! I'm currently on the book Purgatory in the trilogy of The Divine Comedy! I have the movie Dante's Inferno, and I love the books, movie, and game! I definitely recommend this game to everyone! Buy it, and enjoy the game to the fullest extent possible!
Date published: 2015-01-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I recamend this for 17 years of age. This game is to good for the best of video games . In the video game world . So all I got to say is don't play what you cant leave alone
Date published: 2014-11-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Relentless Relentless! Damaging! All out Demon warfare! If you say this game is too short. You need to up your difficulty. If I could have gone harder I would BUT>>>>> Definatley has NO PITY. You WILL die. Many times. I definately enjoyed this game. It is a clone to GOW for sure but the different story line makes it unique on its own. If you liked GOW. Get this game. You will not be disappointed, PUNISHED or ABSOLVED!!
Date published: 2014-01-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from A shame to gaming... This game looked incredible, the story was interesting and the art looked slightly above average however my heart was CRUSHED by this game. The story basically sends you to the Underworld where you have to fight through all 7 circles to save your lover, to a sane person that means 'Oh how fun, I'll get to fight through all circles of the Underworld until I reach the final boss' right? WRONG! You'll go through like 3 circles (Lust, Greed, & Anger I believe) than enter some lame battle arena-like stage where swarms of enemies attack you. Once you've killed them all you'll head to kill the final boss...this game was a major waste of time, energy, & money. I wouldn't wish this game on my worst enemy, please take my word for it, you'll be disappointed.
Date published: 2013-07-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fans of Hack n' Slash, Inferno awaits As stated in the summary above, Dante's Inferno is a game for fans of the hack n' slash genre. The reason being, obviously enough, is that Dante's Inferno is a hack n' slash game. The game mostly consists of the player mashing buttons, often the same one over and over again, to effectively hack n' slash his way through thousands of enemies. Now, this game is very similar to God Of War, as many other reviews have stated. As a result, this game has taken a great deal of flack (that I don't believe to be deserved) and has been beaten down by critics to the point where I don't think EA's attempt at recreating Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy in video game form with the next installment(Purgatory) will continue. I don't think that if a game is a copy of another in many areas, like Dante's Inferno to God Of War, it should be mercilessly given low ratings as long as it sets itself apart in three main areas (1)setting, (2) story. This game is very similar to God Of War in gameplay. I'm not complaining. That's not to say there aren't any new concepts in Dante's Inferno, but the gameplay is so similar to God Of War that I'm just going to skip right over the subtopic. (1) The setting of Dante's Inferno is Inferno, except for the very beginning. Players traverse the nine rings of Inferno and battle the horrors that lay within them as described by Dante in the poem. The developers really did an excellent job with the environments, save a few exceptions. Each is unique and the circles evoke their respective names in true horrific and daemonic fashion. The enemies that inhabit them are creative for the most part, especially the bosses. The environment is much different form GOW. The underworld looks the way it should. (2) The story in this game is a great deal different from the GOW series. The basic plot is that Dante is chasing after the devil to the deepest depths of his realm to save his beloved: Beatrice. I'll leave it at that. I will also mention that I found the game interesting in the way in which it told of Dante's past sins and the sins of his parents throughout the game, which give reasons for why Dante encounters and fights who he encounters and fights on his journey. So, to anyone who enjoys Hack n' Slash games, Dante's Inferno is really worth the treacherous descent into Satin's realm it offers. Some real flaws I think the game had was the ability to really cheat through the game by using the holy cross constantly rather than the scythe, which only increases in power as the player upgrades it. Another flaw was the dull 8th Ring of Inferno that seemed to really just be a product of either laziness or lack of time of the developers.
Date published: 2013-07-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Title A lot of people complain that this is a copy of God of War, but really its not. The style of the game is like God of War but why complain? God of War is a pretty good game so why re-invent the wheel here? The story is really good and has its own unique ideas. Although this is not a game for children. It is extremely violent and has a ton of adult content. Other then that its a game that i think hardcore gamers can spend tons of time on to achieve everything in the game. There is also a challenge mode that can add a couple of hours to the over all lasting appeal. The over-all game is pretty good and for $10 it is a steel. It has a solid combat system, great action and sound, and a good story. For $10 you are really getting your moneys worth.
Date published: 2013-06-28
Date published: 2013-03-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from not for the young ones this is game is good but not for the young ones out. I don't care if they are mature this is still not for them cause it is pretty graphic to say the least. good game.
Date published: 2013-02-08
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