Whenever someone starts talking about their guilty-favorite games on Twitter, they’re usually thinking of something tame, like one of the weirder Metal Gears or that one Metroid that everyone thinks is bad. But mine comes with a lot more guilt than most—an appropriately Catholic amount of guilt, in fact, because my…
Oscar Isaac, star of Ex Machina and the upcoming Star Wars: The Force Awakens, is a big movie star these days. A few years back, though, you could find him doing voice work on video games, like the “terrible” Dante’s Inferno. Or not.
Played the 2010 game Dante's Inferno? Craving more of Dante's adventures through hell? Check out this badass short film by Naughty Dog animator Tal Peleg.
When an industry is made-up of almost equal parts society-changing brilliance and playboy man-child syndrome, it's bound to generate some exceptionally stupid ideas.
Few video games deal with the touchy subject of religion seriously. When they do, they often deal with the more fantastical outlying bits of different faith systems, like last year's Dante's Inferno, or the upcoming El Shaddai: Rise of the Metatron. Rarely do we see games that hunker down and deal with real questions…
Suicide, laughter, and the believed death of a communist leader. These were just some of my ten favorite moments from my favorite games of 2010. (Spoilers)
The new expansion to Dante's Inferno was partially developed by me. And one of you — one of you how can't appreciate sublime game design — gave my contribution one out of five stars.
Dante's Inferno's Trials of St. Lucia downloadable content is due out this Thursday, giving players the opportunity to create and share their own hellish combat levels. Here's how that works.
I've no idea why, but it seems no accident that the week before Easter I went back to start over the original Assassin's Creed, the only game I've ever played that is set in the Holy Land.
Dante's guardian angel and Christian martyr St. Lucia gets her game on in these screens from the upcoming Trails of St. Lucia downloadable content for Dante's Inferno.
Dante's Inferno at $38.99 might not be that great of a PlayStation 3 game deal, but if you hurry you can score Tekken 6 for $17.99 as part of a day filled with PS3 deals on Amazon.com.
Late last year two unearthed trademark applications seemed to lend credence to rumors that Electronic Arts was working on a game based on Jack the Ripper, but we haven't heard anything new about the game since... until now.
For five bucks, a Dante's Inferno player can have the most powerful Dante in video games.
No, in this post you will not find the algorithm of entertainment, the theorem of thrills or the postulate of pleasure. But you will find details on how one unlikely game may, accidentally, calculate fun.
Dante's Inferno senior producer Hans ten Cate joined our hosts, Brian Crecente and Stephen Totilo, in today's episode of Kotaku Talk Radio to discuss everything you need to know about descending into the darkest depths of hell.
Kotaku Talk Radio starts now with special guest Hans ten Cate, senior producer of Dante's Inferno. Call in! Ask questions! Listen Up!
It's hump day, it's also St. Patrick's Day, but much more importantly, it's Kotaku Talk Radio day. Today we've got Hans ten Cate, senior producer, for Dante's Inferno.