Woooh! I’ve been playing this whole damn day! Since it’s a holiday in Sweden, I made the most out of it. And since I hadn’t played something in a while I decided to go with Dante’s Inferno. I played through the whole game in one sitting, only took two breaks to visit the toilet, no other breaks of pauses. And that felt so damn great! Feels like it’s been like forever since I did something like that, but then again I wouldn’t have done that if I didn’t enjoy the game.
The game is based on the Divine Comedy, which I know next to nothing about. Well the stuff I’ve learned from this game that is. So I’ll not go deeper into that, but I like what I’ve experienced in the game. One feeling I sadly couldn’t shake when playing Dante’s Inferno was the feeling of playing God of War. I really like the God of War series, it’s not that. But I am saddened that some parts of DI directly reminded me of GOW. Hell, in one area I even remembered something from GOW and wondered how the hell I knew that about DI, but yeah…
I don’t think it’s just because it’s a hack ‘n slash game, since I’ve played a few other GOW clones and never really got the feeling that they felt like GOW, but then again. Perhaps I shouldn’t complain about that I like GOW and I like DI they are both good games, too bad we’ll probably never see a Dante’s Inferno 2. If you like games like God of War I highly recommend you give this one a try, it’s made by Visceral Games know for the Dead Space games. I honestly like Dante’s Inferno more than Dead Space series. Well, I haven’t played DS2 yet. I’m saving that for Halloween so we’ll see what I think then. Either way, it a fun game and it’s fast paced battles are great.
Tags: Beaten, Dante's Inferno, Games, Hack 'n Slash, PS3, Visceral Games
Before anything else I once again want to thank Robert S.C for lending me
God of War III. I finished the game just a few minutes ago, a great game. But it felt kind of short, the second game felt a bit longer and I actually liked that game more. I didn’t like they changed some of the button actions either, but that’s hardly something that would make you hate a game.
But all in all its a great game and certainly a must have if you’ve enjoyed the past
God of War games. A great ending to the Playstation trilogy. Its gonna be interesting to see if we get a God of War IV or something like that. I will at least get GoW3 when its cheaper and I can afford it, for now I’m just grateful to have been able to play the game. Don’t have much more to say about the game right now, to tired to think of anything. A good game you really should give a try if you have a PS3.
I’m gonna make a mini-review on the game as soon as I have replayed the first two games, so I can freshly see which of the games I like the most also.
So I’ll hopefully be doing a review on all three games, I hope I can get the time to do this at least. I would really like to do it.