Reviews and Problems with Infernal: Hell's Vengeance
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Infernal: Hell's Vengeance
6 October 2011
Conclusion: We could go on and on listing the problems with Infernal: Hell’s Vengeance, but like the game, we were bored from the very beginning of having to write this. Perhaps deep in the bowels of Hell this will be precisely the kind of game we could end up playing for all eternity, which is quite possibly the strongest argument yet for abstaining from sin. Avoid like swine flu.
Excerpt: Some gaming genres saturate the market; the action genre is one of them. Each year, this popular genre is bolstered by more titles, although not all of them are classics or are even worth playing. Where does Infernal: Hell’s Vengeance slot in? Infernal was originally released on the PC back in 2007, upon its original release it was generally known as a dated game, so obviously in 2009 it’s worse off, with decent but unspectacular visuals, and the transition from console...
Conclusion: It's not really hard, but it's just such a waste of a disc it's not worth the 3 plays to get 1000. I will curse this game developer until the day that I die. Why would you force people to play this crap game three times? It's unreal. Why do these budget games seem to go on forever? Do they not realize no one wants to play this crap?
Review: Infernal: Hell's Vengeance (Microsoft Xbox 360)
13 August 2009
Excerpt: Most modern shooters have a robust set of multiplayer modes like Halo 3 , Gears of War , and Left 4 Dead . Without a multiplayer mode, they better have the story and gameplay to back it up. Games like Bioshock come to mind. Infernal is a port from a 2007 PC shooter about a fallen angel set out to destroy the forces of heaven. It plays as a third person shooter and the character also utilizes demonic powers.
Excerpt: Take a fairly average PC third-person shooter, wait two years before bringing it to a mature next-gen console, add next to nothing to improve the experience and you've got a recipe for a guaranteed dud. Infernal: Hell's Vengeance from publisher Playlogic Entertainment doesn't have much going for it.
Conclusion: Infernal: Hell's Vengeance wasn't much of a game in 2007 on PC, and that remains the case today on the Xbox 360. You might rent this one for some pretty easy Achievement points, but other than that, it's safe to avoid.