If you’ve recently been told to check out the page source code at Digg.com, you may have seen a disturbing image. Rest easy, Digg itself is not inherently evil with a demon guardian protecting their source; this is yet another marketing ploy for Dante’s Inferno.
Some early adopters of Dante’s Inferno had a surprise in store for them in the form of a DLC trailer. “The Trials of St. Lucia” trailer revealed upcoming DLC, a new character, the angelic St. Lucia of Syracuse mentioned in the “Divine Comedy”, online co-operative
If you missed it, we did a January Edition of Games to Come 2010 a couple weeks ago. The new releases for the year have wound down to a dribble and we can only play the games we’ve purchased in 2009 and look forward to
February’s release of Dante’s Inferno will bring goodies to those who buy it for PS3. The PS3 version, dubbed the Divine Edition, will retail for the same $60 as the Xbox 360 version, but will come with a boatload of free stuff. The “Divine Edition”