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  • Summary: (Downloadable Content) Dante’s Inferno introduces online co-operative gameplay and an innovative game editor in the new downloadable content pack Dante’s Inferno: Trials of St. Lucia. Players can create trials using an in-game editor to customize arenas, enemies, obstacles, and combat objectives. Trials can be single player or two-play co-op experiences and shared with players from around the world who can download and play them for leaderboard scores. For players that are looking for new challenges right out of the box, Trials of St. Lucia includes 40 increasingly difficult Trials designed by the Dante’s Inferno team at Visceral Games. With this game-extending pack, players will also receive an all-new playable character – St. Lucia of Syracuse – Dante’s guardian angel who flies and is equipped with all-new moves and combos. [Electronic Arts] Expand
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    Dante's Inferno: Trials of St. Lucia ads lots of fun gameplay to the original game and shows us that multiplayer can work in a hack 'n slash title like this.
  2. At 10 dollars, Trials of St. Lucia may be a little steep, but it gives Dante a shot of much-needed replayability. With online co-op, a seemingly-enthusiastic community, and a suite of solid online features, the original game suddenly feels like it has some legs.
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