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Eurogamer: The Art of Dante's Inferno

Eurogamer writes: "'We're sitting in the Milton room by the way,' Wayne Barlowe confides, with a twinkle in his eye. We've just been talking about Paradise Lost, the English writer's 17th-century epic poem, and the defining literary influence on Barlowe's artistic life.

'I read Paradise Lost a number of years ago - probably nearly 20 years ago now - and it got under my skin, and has provided me in my own personal work with the sensibility and underpinnings that appealed to me.'"

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AllseeingEye3215d ago

I too read Paradise Lost and I am curious on how this game will be able to translate the books "epicness".

floppyfeet3215d ago

Seriously , if you have read the inferno and know each canto by heart and watch that trailer , you will know how amazingly talented the dead space team is.

The design on cerberus alone decided the purchase for me. Never have i seen such a terrifyingly grotesque beast. that whole level was amazing.

I really cant wait for this game to come out , will kick the sh*t out of the competition

Rhezin3215d ago

that EA redwood shores is going to be pumping out quality games from now on, which is such a suprise because EA is only really good for sports games, other than that all their other games have been down the tubes.

Hope this game does well, though from the screens the game's graphics needs some work, but a years development time should definately do the trick. Don't get me wrong the cinematic trailer was one of the best I've seen, ever. Up there with the Onimusha 3 intro trailer.