TGWK’s Quick Rental Review – Dante’s Inferno (Xbox 360)

Warning: M rated. Not for children as it features some nudity, blood, violence, and adult themes.

Since last December, I’ve been taking advantage of Blockbuster’s cheap $8.99 monthly rental plan and using it to rent games that I otherwise would not have bought. It’s not that I don’t find the games any good, but rather they are games that you would usually only play a couple of times and then most likely never touch again. In this instance, I normally wouldn’t buy the game but would still like to play it. Hence why I am now taking advantage of game rentals.

First up on my list was Dante’s Inferno from EA. Let’s start this off by saying that this game is definitely not for children. In fact, never play this game in the company of children as there is quite a bit that is no suitable or age appropriate for them. There is quite a bit of nudity and death and the story itself wouldn’t be what I would call rainbows and butterflies. The M rating is much deserved for this game.

For those who do decide to venture into Dante’s Inferno, I found the graphics, story, and action quite satisfying. If you’ve played any of the God of War games, Dante’s Inferno is quite similar. Gameplay wise, its pretty much a standard button masher with lots of combos you can learn, however you can get through the entire game really with just learning a handful of them. You can get through the entire game in about 2-3 days depending on how much time you put into it. I did one playthrough of the game and received 760/1290 G. Not a hard game to beat at all but it’s a fun game to play through.

If you haven’t played Dante’s Inferno before, I do recommend the rental.

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