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Dante's Inferno: Trials of St. Lucia (PlayStation 3)

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85
XGN
Perfect is het misschien net niet, maar dankzij Trials of St. Lucia wordt Dante's Inferno op het gebied van replay wel een heel stuk aantrekkelijker. Je krijgt namelijk de mogelijkheid om met zijn tweeën te spelen en om straks een onbegrensd aantal uitdagingen te downloaden die iedereen over de hele wereld heeft gemaakt. Als laatste is er ook de mogelijkheid om je eigen uitdaging te maken die ervoor zorgt dat je al je fantasie los kunt laten op Dante's Inferno. Bijna alles wat je kunt bedenken kun je in jouw zelfgemaakte uitdaging stoppen. Multiplayer in een hack 'n slash game als Dante's Inferno werkt op deze manier dus inderdaad echt, en nog echt goed ook.
82
Digital Chumps
The Trials of St. Lucia is a robust and very worthwhile DLC release for a great game. If you are into challenge arenas, you couldn't ask more. It'll be interesting to see where Visceral and EA take Dante and St. Lucia from here.
70
Multiplayer.it
Nonostante meriti un voto più alto del predecessore anche questa seconda mini espansione di Dante's Inferno a conti fatti si rivela essere troppo leggera. Editor di livelli a parte, infatti, il prodotto sembra privo di tutti quegli elementi chiave che spingono l'appassionato a giocare e a proseguire a farlo, a partire dalla mancanza di quella struttura adventure e varietà che sono fra le basi indispensabili di un videogioco. Pertanto, a costo di sembrare ripetitivi, ribadiamo quanto espresso nella recensione della Selva Oscura: se avete amato Dante e avete voglia di entrare nuovamente nel suo mondo, stavolta al fianco di un amico e di un nuovo personaggio giocabile, allora questo DLC fa per voi. In caso contrario potete pure guardare altrove.
55
GameSpot
The Trials of St. Lucia does an admirable job of turning the worst idea from the original adventure into something entertaining, but it's still hampered by the same problems that made those initial trials such a drag. It's only entertaining to swing your blood-soaked scythe for so long because the combat is shallow and the objectives only offer a slight change to the core experience. However, the in-depth editor, extra playable character, and cooperative mode are different enough to lure back anyone anxious to be wrapped up in hell's clutches for a few more hours.