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Submitted by Cyrus365 1904d ago | review

X360A: Dante's Inferno Review

X360A writes: "I doubt there are many epic pieces of literature that have been successfully turned into games, certainly not good games at any rate. So there were a few quizzically raised eyebrows when a game based on the famous Dante Alighieri poem, Divine Comedy - specifically the Inferno chapter - was first announced. Not that the idea of descending down through the nine circles of hell was not a good one, just that it was something that might well be lost in translation. In recent times though EA have shown a surprising skill at nurturing new franchises, so hopefully they can keep up that trend. Plus, I think a game featuring oodles of violence, action and a wee bit of nudity is always likely to entertain." (Dante's Inferno, Xbox 360) 77/100

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