Reviews and Problems with Hell Yeah ! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit
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Realm of Gaming
13 January 2013
Excerpt: There was a time when violence and gore were not so commonplace in video games. I remember that era, when my friends gushed over upcoming titles that promised buckets of blood and guts. We ate those promises up and sought after such games, not because they seemed genuinely solid, but because playing them was forbidden.
Conclusion: Final Verdict : The varied art and manic pacing of the game makes for a very stylish product, but the substance is occasionally marred by some critical design flaws that seriously impact the latter half of the game. Hell Yeah! is certainly not a bad way to spend six hours or so, but be prepared for some frustration, and not in a good way.
Summary: Trix are for kids; but bazookas, machine guns, grenades, and giant razor-sharp wheels are for mother effin’ rabbits.
Pros: Fantastic gameplay in Metroidvania fashion, with plenty of guns and items to unlock. Hilarious plot, dialogue, and comments with tons of references to other games. Difficulty increases with each zone, but is very forgiving with plenty of health stations and auto-save points before harder enemies.
Cons: Graphics a little overwhelming at times, making it hard to tell what is dangerous versus what is decorative. Platforming portions tricky for those using a keyboard instead of a controller.
Excerpt: It may be a bit long in the tooth, but its humor, presentation and solid mechanics make for an entertaining time. If you’re in the mood for something kind of insane, but also kind of charming, then look no further than Hell Yeah .
Excerpt: With Sega focusing a lot lately on revitalizing titles from their classic library, it's nice to see that they're cranking out some original stuff as well, such as Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit . This game, the first fully budgeted outing from the indie developers at Arkedo Studios, literally goes off the deep end as you play an undead royalty-laden rabbit unleashing havoc on those who would dare embarrass him.
Excerpt: Ruling Hell must not be easy. We assume that there’s some Satan-like guy who governs over the thing, making sure that souls are being tortured and everything stays hot and flaming to intimidate those who dwell in it. So, of course, when some guy makes a fool of him, he needs to be made an example of. Take Ash, for instance. He’s the rabbit prince of Hell in Sega’s upcoming platformer Hell Yeah!
Excerpt: De certa forma sempre tive vontade que existisse um jogo que me deixasse controlar um coelho que vive no Inferno e está sedento por vingança. Felizmente Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit veio (tentar) satisfazer esta minha vontade. Este é um jogo “indie” foi desenvolvido pela Arkedo Studio e publicado pela SEGA , a companhia conhecida por ter dado vida ao ouriço mais famoso do mundo.
Pros: Bom grafismo | Muita costumização
Cons: Repetitivo e aborrecido | Jogabilidade com problemas
Excerpt: С момента своего первого анонса Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit обросла пусть не всеобщим, но все же пристальным вниманием. Оно и понятно, ведь место действия - ад, главный герой – мертвый кролик, а любое убийство соперника сопровождается как минимум кровавыми брызгами во все стороны. Как ни крути, а не заметить сложно.
Pros: - Добивания
Cons: - Большая продолжительность, - Слабые диалоги и вторая половины игры
Conclusion: „Hněv mrtvého králíka nabízí potenciální hodiny zábavy pro ty, kdož zbožňují francouzské kulinářské herní umění. Hra sice nenabízí až takové orgie divností, což jí pochopitelně šlechtí, ale selhává v samotných základních herních mechanismech – tempo a motivace hrát i zabíjet.