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What can we learn from a videogame based on Dante's Inferno?

The Inferno was ­written in mid-life by a ­disappointed politician. Dante Alighieri found himself on the wrong side of the in-fighting in medieval Florence and was exiled by triumphant opponents. Frank Field could have written it. Strip away the poem's torments and theology (which, of course, you mustn't, but just to start with) and you find somebody trying to deal with thwarted ambition and a sense of injustice. Dante's Hell is what those feelings create and he looks for a way out, of somehow getting through and beyond them.

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PirateThom2788d ago

I wish the game actually had something to do with the material on which it is based.

WLPowell2788d ago

It's so obvious IT HAD TO BE SAID!!!! I played the demo with a look of anger and fear.