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New Dante's Inferno dev diary is full of Lust


5:40 PM on 07.10.2009



The new Dante’s Inferno dev diary shows us the oh so sexy second layer of hell known as Lust. We get to see what the environments look like and what it could of have looked like. One thing that I love seeing is concept art and I enjoy seeing the really f**ked up character designs that almost were.

At the 3:37 mark, you’ll see a fat ugly looking creature that Dante rips apart. Of all the enemies I’ve seen so far, she’s my favorite. Her attacks consist of her throwing up and sh*tting at you. Yes, really. Get behind her, and she sh*ts out acid poop. There is also blood mixed in with her poop attack. Gross!

Hit the break to check out the latest dev diary. What do you all think?






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