Like rapper Lil Bow Bow's agent, the company behind Diabolique: License to Sin just didn't think that the name of its product fit its serious content. Amsterdam-based Playlogic today announced that the third-person shooter will heretofore be known as Infernal, a name change that suits "the title's broadened, more serious mood." Playlogic says that the name change is also due in part to the fact that the game has undergone a series of changes over the last six months. Infernal is scheduled to be released later this year for the PC.
Diabolique renamed Infernal
Lengthy sinful name goes, battle between good and evil stays; re-dub intended to reflect shooter's serious mood.
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Who wants to fight in industrial buildings when there are cathedrals and monasteries. Also rather than being truely hendious you are simply restoring balance. Game developers are stupid.
Uhhhh see this game is so.. Oh fine I admit it I wanted my post to be in the top five, upfront and center. And I did it my wayyyyyyy.....
"Diabolique" is also the name of an old movie that's based on a comic book. I saw it recently, it was made in the 60's and is pretty corny, in a good way.