Articles tagged with: Dante’s Inferno
Comic-Con in San Diego is starting to look like a gamers’ paradise, as more collaborations and game tie-ins are announced.
The latest? EA, developer Visceral Games and DC Comics/Wildstorm have announced a collaboration that will see the launch of a comic mini-series based on Dante’s Inferno.
Which has to be the easiest tie-in ever…
It didn’t take long but we’ve finally gotten to the one layer of Hell we’ve been dying to get a glimpse of: Lust.
Now that we’re seen it however, it is officially the one layer we want nothing to do with. Ever.
Today we travel back to Hell again with Dante in this new trailer from the folks at EA. Watch as he uses Death’s Scythe and his cross to destroy the creatures of the damned. He looks a lot like Kratos to us with the way he swings from place to place and slices the surrounding enemies. Thankfully, that isn’t a bad thing.
We got a chance to see EA’s Dante’s Inferno up close at this year’s E3 and are happy to confirm that Visceral Games, the team behind the pant-wetting and well-received Dead Space, have only gone and done it again and have created something truly chilling.
By now everyone should be familiar with the concept behind Dante’s Inferno. Based on Dante Aligehri’s 13th century canticle of perdition, love and loss, the game takes a few things from The Divine Comedy and “re-imagines” them for the purpose of creating an exciting videogame.
Dante’s Inferno is a game that has captured our attention since it was first announced. We were able to get a first look at gameplay from the upcoming hack and slash title based on the epic poem by Dante Alighieri. You will travel through the nine circles of Hell in order to save the soul of your love, Beatrice, from the clutches of Lucifer himself. Travel to Hell with us as we explore two of the circles, Limbo and Anger.
EA had quite the showing during their press conference yesterday. It was filled with trailers, guest appearances, and live demos. In case you missed it, we live blogged the event straight from the audience. Here’s a quick recap of the announcements made…
We’ve never liked EA Redshore Studios.
Don’t get us wrong, we really enjoyed Dead Space (one of us more than others) and we’re keen to see how Dante’s Inferno pans out but, and we freely admit this is a terribly weak excuse, the studio’s name has always annoyed us.
Reflecting their “intense action-oriented” titles, the California based studio will now be known as “Visceral Games”.
Dante’s Inferno has captured our attention ever since we saw his initial venture into Hell. We now have a look at some of the massive boss fights he will encounter thanks to our friends over at Eurogamer.
Is that the Minotaur we see in one of the shots? Oh, and since when did the Grimm Reaper have the money to bling out his Scythe?
EA and Starz Media collaborate once again with a new full-length animated movie based on the upcoming Dante’s Inferno game.
Dead Space: Downfall was decidedly average as a movie but, with leading anime houses around the world each taking on a layer of hell for Dante’s outing, we’re hoping this one doesn’t get damned by the critics.
After the magnificent trailer for Dante’s Inferno, EA released four new early screenshots of the game. As you may notice in the gallery we have included, the quality of the visuals is far from the final product…
Hot (literally) on the heels of recent glimpses of Singularity and Lost Planet 2, we now have a better look at EA’s medieval damnatinon venture, Dante’s Inferno.
If you liked the GOWIII trailer we think you might like this one.
You might remember us mentioning Dante and his upcoming game, developed by the folks over at EA Redwood, a while back. No, we’re not talking about the devil slaying demon toting that giant sword of his. This Dante traveled through the nine circles of Hell in “The Divine Comedy”.
We bring you juicy details featured in the March issue of PSM3. Aside from a new look for the Middle Age poet, Inferno boasts controls and gameplay similar to God of War meets Deadspace…