Dante's Inferno Joins EA Access Vault

The standalone experience through hell, Dante's Inferno has now joined the EA Access vault as a title that's free for those that subscribe to the EA service on Xbox One consoles.

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darthv7292d ago

Probably one of the best God of War clones ever made. It's a shame we may never get the sequel.

micdagoat1992d ago

Iv'e wanted a sequal all these years ever since I beat it.

annoyedgamer92d ago

They shut down the studio that made it after Dead Space 3.

CanadianTurtle92d ago (Edited 92d ago )

Dante's inferno was a great game. But I wouldn't say it's the best GoW clone. That would be Castlevania:Lords of Shadow. Now that game had it all. I'd say it was almost on-par with GoW3. Anyone who's a fan of GoW and hasn't played Castlevania:LoS, you're doing yourself a dis-service.

darthv7291d ago

Well luckily for you I never said "the best" but instead I said "one of the best". Meaning it is one of many that fit into that category. LoS is good too but seeing as this piece is about Dante's Inferno then that is why I said it.

Einhander197192d ago

God yes been waiting for a sequel absolutely love this game.

CanadianTurtle92d ago

I don't know how they'd do a sequel since it's based on the books. And from what I remember, the books that came after Inferno don't take place in hell. :/

marioJP8792d ago

Man, they need to stop playing and make a part 2 already.

web101792d ago

It was a mistake for them to not try to bring this to pc. I am sure people would have tried this game which could have increased their sales.

CanadianTurtle92d ago

I don't know if sales on the PC would've even helped by much. The game had massive marketing already (even a superbowl commercial). I remember reading somehwere that EA wasn't too pleased about the game not living up to their target sales. It was a really good game, don't get me wrong. But the truth was that it had way too much competition. Especially since GoW3 was releasing literally 3 weeks after Dante's Inferno