my problem is in people who have played neither being magically sure that one is good and one is crap.CrayzeeCarl said:You don't think it seems a bit convenient that a game fairly similar to GoW3 (you know it is) releases one month before? Honestly, DI looks pretty good, so I'll probably buy both, but I think it's pretty obvious that it's meant to compete with GoW3.
clone or not Dante's Inferno could still kick ass. both look equally as ground breaking (ie not really that ground breaking at all). what does either game add to the original GoW blueprint?