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Dante's Inferno on 360

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Dante's Inferno is a Fighting game available on the 360.

Dante's Inferno is a Fighting game. Fighting games revolve around the interaction of two or more characters in some form of physical combat. Players learn to control characters through either memorisation of button combinations to access more advance moves, or by their reactions and accurate timing.


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Tech Gamer review Mon, 29 Mar 2010

Dante's Inferno PS3 and 360 doesn't pulling punches - its pulls you in by offering hardcore content delivered through simplistic combat and responsive movements. The gore, violence and nudity may disturb some, and it is true that the excessively dark visuals obscured some detail, but this doesn't overshadow the amazing technical work here that enables the game to run at an unbroken 60 frames per second.

A lot of people have compared Dante's Inferno to God of War. To be honest, they're not far off the mark. There are a lot of aspects that are similar to its obvious inspiration but it also ventures into new territory that helps distinguish itself from Kratos' epic adventures.
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Frugal Gamer review Fri, 04 Dec 2009

Dante's Inferno for Xbox 360 and PS3 takes on Dante Aligheri's classic work of literature and turns it into a blood-pumping action/adventure game that shares more than a passing resemblance to God of War. Taking on the role of Dante, you'll go on an epic journey through a nightmare world, fighting the terrible and disturbing demons that reside in the Nine Circles of Hell to rescue your beloved Beatrice. Combining the epic nature of the source material and offering the same bloodthirsty visual experience youd expect from the makers of Dead Space, Dante's Inferno will send you to hell and back in this journey of revenge and redemption.

Taking a classic work of literature such as Dante's Inferno and making it into a violent and visually gory experience for home consoles was always going to raise eyebrows. But Visceral Games, the makers of the critically acclaimed Dead Space, have created a game that fits the poem like a glove and carried on Dante's wishes to bring storytelling to the mass market.
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