Infernal (video game)

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Infernal
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Developer(s) Metropolis Software
Publisher(s) Playlogic
Distributor(s) Eidos Interactive
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360
Release date(s) EU 20070223February 23, 2007

NA 20070508May 8, 2007

Genre(s) Third-person shooter, Action-adventure
Mode(s) Single-player
Distribution DVD, Download

Infernal (formerly Diabolique: License to Sin) is a third person action game for Microsoft Windows, produced by Polish developer Metropolis Software and published by Playlogic International in 2007.

Infernal is a modern-style third person shooter, with major first-person shooter influences. Players control protagonist, Ryan Lennox, a former angel turned dark by unfortunate circumstances who has access to a number of unique demonic powers, including pyrokinesis, teleportation, and the ability to feed on the souls of fallen enemies.

The game has a metacritic score of 61/100[1] with mainly mediocre reviews saying it lacked polish and calling it last generation compared to current third person shooters of the time such as Gears of War and Resident Evil 4. On the other hand some reviews said it had good graphics and called it "mindless fun."

A console port[2] Infernal: Hell's Vengeance was released on June 30, 2009 for Xbox 360.

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