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A man must travel the nine circles of hell to save his beloved wife and repent for his own sins.








Credited cast:
... Bella (voice)
... Dante Alighieri (voice)
... Death / King Minos (voice)
... Death / Tameable Rider (voice) (as Dee Baker)
... King Richard I / The Bishop of Florence / Background Shade / Priest / Farinata degli Uberti / Throne Guard (voice)
... Beatrice Portinari (voice)
... Alighiero (voice)
... Background Shades / Innocents of Acre / Semiramis (voice)
... Paolo Malatesta (voice)
... Lucifer (voice)
... Marc Antony / Minion Priest / Emperor Frederick II / Throne Guard / Background Shade (voice)
... Innocents of Acre (voice)
... Background Shade (voice) (as Dhafer L'Abidine)
... Background Shade / Innocents of Acre / The Damned (voice)
... Myrrah (voice)


A man must travel the nine circles of hell to save his beloved wife and repent for his own sins.

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Go to Hell


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9 February 2010 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Dante'nin cehennemi  »

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The story is based on "Inferno", the first canticle of Dante Alighieri's "Divine Comedy". See more »


[Dante has gravely injured Lucifer's giant, three-headed form]
Lucifer: You are the best, Dante. Many have tried, and many have failed me. Brave Ulysses, the great Alexander, Attila, Lancelot - Only you possessed a soul black enough to free me.
[Splits his own stomach open to reveal a fiery portal. Dante watches as Lucifer's true form jumps from the portal and takes a few steps towards him]
Dante Alighieri: I gave my soul to free Beatrice, not you!
Lucifer: Did you REALLY think this was all about the girl? She was the bait!
Dante Alighieri: Her ...
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Dante fights his way through hell to reclaim his lost love.
13 February 2012 | by See all my reviews

I was hoping this game would be a mindless hack and slash game when I got it with some nice scenery to look at. It accomplished this task for the most part, but was not quite as good as I was expecting it to be. The story has Dante defeating death and making his way into the depths of hell to reclaim the soul of his love, Beatrice. So you battle your way through the nine layers of hell using the scythe you steal from death and a cross from your beloved. Throughout the game you also run across damned souls who you get to either punish or absolve and this constitutes the leveling process of the game as you can add attacks to the scythe which is a unholy weapon and the cross which is of course a holy one. The combat is rather fluid and I tore through the enemies no problem. Of course, I had the game set on minimum difficulty so no surprise there. The game did offer some frustrations in the form of jumping from place to place and doing some swinging and climbing tricks. The enemies probably did not kill me once, however, I died numerous times thanks to falling into various pits filled with gold, blood you name it I fell into it. The level designs were somewhat good, somewhat not as good as I was expecting. I was expecting the lust phase of the game to be more risqué than it was and the final levels were rather underwhelming after the forest portion of the game. Still, it was a nice diversion for a bit, but this is made by EA so expect an underwhelming ending.

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