Dante's Inferno (2010)

Video Game  -   -  Action | Adventure | Fantasy  -  9 February 2010 (USA)
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In the mideval times, a man must travel the seven circles of hell to save his beloved wife.



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Credited cast:
Dante Alighieri (voice)
Death / King Minos (voice)
Death / Tameable Rider (voice) (as Dee Baker)
Bella (voice)
Paolo Malatesta (voice)
Background Shades / Innocents of Acre / Semiramis (voice)
King Richard I / The Bishop of Florence / Background Shade / Priest / Farinata delgi Uberti / Throne Guard (voice)
Alighiero (voice)
Myrrah (voice)
Background Shade (voice) (as Dhafer L'Abidine)
Beth Cordingly ...
Background Shades / Fulvia / Thais / Tiresias (voice)
Cleopatra / Boudica / Electra / Background Shade (voice)
Virgil / Charon / Farmer (voice)
Timothy Watson ...
Background Shade / Gessius Florus / Throne Guard (voice) (as Tim Watson)


In the mideval times, a man must travel the seven circles of hell to save his beloved wife.

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An direct-to-DVD animated film "Dante's Inferno: An Animated Epic" was released simultaneously with the video game. Graham McTavish and Vanessa Branch also provided the voices of Dante and Beatrice in the animated film. See more »


Charon: Though me, the way to the City of Woe. Through me, the way to everlasting pain. Abandon all hope, ye who enter here.
Charon: Woe to you, O Wicked Souls! Do not hope to ever see Paradise!
Charon: [sees Dante] You there! Stand aside from those that are dead!
Dante Alighieri: Where is Beatrice?
Charon: She made a very foolish wager.
Dante Alighieri: Take me to her! My life, my soul for her return!
Charon: You fool. Those belong to us already...
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Spin-off Dante's Inferno: An Animated Epic (2010) See more »

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Very underwhelming
29 May 2010 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

I've bought Dante's Inferno shortly after its release, simply because I needed a hack'n slay fix. To be honest, I regret that purchase. I really don't understand all the high praise this game got.

While it does copy God of War wherever it can, that in itself isn't a bad thing in my opinion, games do that all the time. Sadly, it doesn't offer the same quality as God of War does.

First and foremost, the controls just aren't tight enough. They work and after a bit of time you will be able to pull off some decent moves, but overall it just doesn't feel as if you're directly in control. To me, it often felt like shouting instructions to the guy and waiting for him to do as I say.

The next important thing about a game such as this, level design, isn't that great, either, and often gets pretty atrocious: Camera angles in platforming sequences often make it hard to judge where your character really is in the scene. Jumping forward onto a slowly moving, rather large platform, shouldn't be a gamble. Checkpoints are regularly placed before menial tasks, but not before harder bits. The result of this can be pretty infuriating: For me it's just plain annoying to open several chests and do some very easy platforming time and time again only to die at the following fight.

Presentation-wise the game isn't bad, but not jaw-dropping, either. Often it looks good, sometimes even offers some vistas that are worth the ride, but some of the things that get repeated throughout the game simply look like a PS2 game (the souls swimming in a liquid or the walls "of the damned", for example).

It's a bit sad that they wasted all the potential the idea of the game had. If you really need a hack'n slay and have played all the others out there, just rent it.

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