Summary: Infernal was selling for so cheap that I figured I'd give it a shot. This was probably a bad idea. While the game might have had potential, it ultimately comes across as broken, repetitive and generic. It's a 3rd-person shooter in which heaven and hell, which are represented as corporation type establishments, are fighting each other. You end up fighting for hell, and in return get some cool powers such as teleportation and shooting demon-fire energy out of your guns.
Summary: this is en extremely good TPP shooter, it can be fast, although the gameplay tends to be slower and more resident evil 5 - like (with the exception that you actually can run and shoot ;D) Some minor puzzles will be encountered. The story setting reminds Return to castle Wolfenstein mixed with "evil dead" and other splatter horror films dialogs.
Summary: You are Ryan Lennox, former angel (because Ryan is such a common Angelic name) a member of a psuedo heaven-on-Earth special forces. After being kicked out, for reasons unknown, and being ambushed by your former colleagues, again for reasons unknown, you do the only sane thing: join the forces of Hell... based on the results of flipping a coin. Already losing interest? I can't really blame you. Graphics are tolerable but sub par.
Summary: This is the best game that I have ever played in my entire life. The graphics are top-notch, the controls smooth, and the plot is terrific! Move over Gears and Halo! Infernal Hells Vengeance has arrived!!!!!!!!
Summary: I would have to say that infernal: Hell's Vengeance was not exactly my favorite game that I have played, but as sad as it may seem it was definitely not the worst. It was worth the money not for the graphics or game play, but for the humorous side of it. Yes, I realize that this game is not meant to be humorous or entertaining in that aspect, but just looking at this game compared to many others it's pretty comical. I mean, in what other game can you float to your death?
Summary: It didn't crash, therefore it does not earn a zero. Should be renamed "Infernal Aiming Controls." I've shat turds with better gameplay than this. Impressive binocular zoom, but weak focus. I am glad there's finally a game that allows me to see fleas clinging to goat hair.