The hunt is over, and all Seven Deadly Sins have now been found by the fans of Escape the Fate, resulting in the band's new music video for the song "Gorgeous Nightmare" being unlocked. If you visited Dread Central to look for Gluttony, thanks for playing, and read on to see the video in its entirety!
Who doesn't love a good scavenger hunt? Here at Dread Central we certainly do, which is why we were happy to take part in Escape the Fate's idea of hiding photos of the Seven Deadly Sins over the web for fans to find in order to unlock the full video of their song "Gorgeous Nightmare". When they offered us that most disgusting of Sins, Gluttony, how could we refuse?
The band Escape the Fate are getting their fans involved to unlock their latest video for the song “Gorgeous Nightmare,” and they've released a trailer to begin building anticipation. In addition, the band will be hiding images of the Seven Deadly Sins (from the video) over the web for fans to find, and once all the Sins are revealed, the full video will be unlocked.
EA Games and Visceral Games' Dante's Inferno is finally hitting the streets on Tuesday, February 9th, and we've got a look at a new video showing Dante's descent into the deepest corners of the underworld. Satan will have hell to pay indeed!
Rich Larm, the Lead Environment Artist on the Dante's Inferno video game, has provided Dread Central readers with an exclusive in-depth look at the process his team utilized to build out just one of the game's numerous environments, in this case an area of Limbo.
DC Comics/WildStorm Productions and Electronic Arts will take comic book fans and gamers alike on a journey through the gates of hell with the release of the first issue in the six-issue comic miniseries Dante’s Inferno, available now at comic book stores and retailers.
Visceral Games has announced that a demo for Dante’s Inferno, entitled the "Gates of Hell", will be coming this December and will include the entire opening level to give gamers a taste of the studio's adaptation of Dante Alighieri’s epic poem The Divine Comedy.
In early August EA Games provided us a look at "Lust", the Second Circle of Hell from their upcoming Dante's Inferno video game. And now Greed, Gluttony, and Limbo are here to keep poor lonely Lust company. Synopsis: