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Infernal: Hell's Vengeance (Xbox 360)

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  • In this version of Hell, the fires are fueled with mediocrity.

    Conclusion
    Infernal: Hell's Vengeance seemingly has all the elements to make for a great B movie type of videogame experience. It's got hammy dialogue brought to life in exaggerated style by the voice actors, a plot involving heaven versus hell and a God that apparently can't see through planets, and it's all set up so you can charge through a mostly linear stage progression popping foes in the face with bullets and demonic powers. Thanks to a fidgety character control and aiming system, half-baked cover and evasion mechanics, repetitive enemy encounters and some underdeveloped special abilities that are more of an inconvenience than anything else, Infernal's appeal gets stamped out amidst its many missteps.

    Score details
    Presentation (5/10)
    The story falters and the characters feel weirdly out of place, but the user interface gets the job done. Weapon switching can be awkward.
    Graphics (5.5/10)
    Some decent environments later on in the game, but you'll find slowdown and areas of low detail throughout.
    Sound (5/10)
    Surging metal tunes mixed with voice acting that ranges from serviceable to poor. Sound effects do little to enhance the experience.
    Gameplay (4/10)
    Standard action fare with few surprises. Twitchy character control, aiming, and overall feel that frustrate and pull you out of the game world.
    Lasting Appeal (2/10)
    Not much reason to play through once, and absolutely no reason to play through again. No multiplayer.

    12 år sedan