Listening to: KISS
Reading: H.P. Lovecraft's biography
Watching: Everybody Hates Chris
Playing: Dante's Inferno - Zealot difficulty
Eating: Chicken Pasta
Holy shit. Pun intended.
I've finally been graced (pun intended) with the ability to play the godliness (pun intended) that is Dante's Inferno. I've been eagerly awaiting this game with what feels like divine patience (pun intended) and I was finally rewarded for it. Let me just say that it's one of the best games I've ever played, mixing stunning visuals with great combat and some queer-ass puzzles.
One of those puzzles had me doubting humanity until I finally went with what I was going to do in the FIRST place but thought was too simple ._.
It's very artistic and quite gruesome, so if you're faint of heart and don't want to see people writhing in pain while impaled on a pike or Cleopatra's giant boobs that have mouths for nipples then you might want to skip out on it. If not, play away!
The coolest feature is the historical figures that are scattered throughout the rings that you can judge, either damning them or absolving their sins and allowing them to repent. I usually contemplate what they've done... until I found Attila the Hun near the entrance to Violence. I stabbed him so fast Lucifer was like "Damn."
I'd recommend Dante's Inferno to everyone that liked games like Shadow of the Colossus, Zelda, Onimusha ect. You will not be disappointed. EA and Visceral really nailed it on the head with this one.