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Games32: Dante's Inferno (360) Review

"Inferno" the first part of Dante Alighieri's poem "Divine Comedy" has been used as direct inspiration for the newest game, produced and developed by Visceral Games (known for Dead Space and Dead Space Extraction). The game stays close to Dante's medieval concept of Hell, giving the player the chance to travel through all 9 circles of suffering, located beyond our common world, in order to fight Lucifer. Unlike in the original poem (where Dante plays his own role as a simple civilian who is tempted to commit suicide before being saved by the Roman poet Virgil), the main character is a warrior who returns home to his beloved Beatrice (in reality she was Dante's secret mistress) to find out that she was taken away by Lucifer.

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