Oscar Isaac may have leading Star Wars: The Force Awakens and X-Men: Apocalypse roles and a slew of awards under his belt, but his video game career has been less smooth.
The actor, speaking to Birth.Movies.Death about voicing his The Force Awakens character Poe Dameron in Disney Infinity, said he "had done a video game before, but I got fired off it."
When asked why, Isaac responded, "I think they just thought I was bad."
"It was such a shitty game, though. Dante’s Inferno. [...] Terrible."
Dante's Inferno came out in 2010 for the Xbox 360 and PS3, receiving praise for its inventive visuals but criticism for its similarities to the God of War series.
Regarding his work on Disney Infinity, Isaac said, "It’s a more childlike version of the character, but it was fun."
The Poe Dameron Disney Infinity figure releases alongside the Force Awakens playset, and The Force Awakens itself, on December 17th.