Think Max Payne, only shorter

Subject: General Tech | March 21, 2007 - 12:23 PM |

You probably haven't heard of Infernal, created by a company called Metropolis Software.  DriverHeaven certainly hadn't before they wrote this review.  It is billed as an HD game, and it's screenshots are certainly good looking.  It fully supports Vista, as well as Ageia PPUs to give you a very interesting gaming experience as you make your way through the story as a fallen angel.  The biggest drawback to the game, apart from it's obscurity, is how short it is.  Hopefully this engine will spawn more games soon.

"With many major titles such as S.T.A.L.K.E.R. and Command & Conquer 3 shortly available for the PC platform, it isn't

difficult to miss out on some of the less hyped games, especially when it's being released from a developer almost nobody has

ever heard of. More often than not, this usually means the game isn't going to be particularly special or outstanding, though

exceptions do exist and with that in mind, I picked up my copy of Infernal, a game from Polish developers Metropolis

Software. To be honest, I wasn't expecting much at all …"

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