Una disparatada aventura de acción y plataformas... en el Infierno.
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 3 oct. 2012

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Hell Yeah! es una disparatada aventura de acción y plataformas... en el Infierno.

En ella encarnas a Ash, un conejo demoníaco que además es el príncipe del Averno. A algún imbécil le ha parecido gracioso colgar tus fotos secretas e íntimas por todo Infiernet, y ni que decir tiene que te has cabreado MUCHO.

Es hora de buscar a ese bastardo y acabar con él de una vez por todas. Y ya que te pones, ¿por qué no aprovechar tu increíble periplo para matar a todos los demás?

Eres tú contra el Infierno. Esto es Hell Yeah!

Características principales:

  • Acción y gore para liberar tensiones: Hell Yeah! te ayuda a relajarte después de un día malo, frustrante o aburrido en el trabajo. Consíguelo explorando los confines del Infierno y exterminando monstruos en un entorno alegre a la par que desafiante.
  • Mete caña con saña: Pegar tiros es divertido, pero hacerlo desde una mochila propulsora aserradora capaz de atravesar paredes y triturar monstruos es mucho mejor. Hell Yeah! ofrece violencia gratuita y desmedida y te la arroja directamente a la cara.
  • Este juego es demasiado GRANDE para ti: 10 extensos mundos de juego con zonas secretas y misiones secundarias, centenares de objetos, un variado surtido de armas y monstruos. Si eres un completista, la has cagado.
  • Ayúdanos a mantener limpio el Infierno: Hay 100 monstruos exclusivos que exterminar en Hell Yeah! Algunos son toscos; otros son feos como el pecado, ¡pero todos merecen morir!
  • Remata a tus enemigos con golpes que harán llorar a tu madre: Inflige la humillación definitiva a los monstruos del Infierno empleando más de 30 mortíferos minijuegos para rematarlos.
  • Mejoras infernales: Recoge botín y gástate la pasta en tiendas enormes donde podrás comprar armas más tochas y mejoras alucinantes. La perforadora de rosquillas y el lanzador de zanahorias explosivas son una combinación fascinante.

Requisitos del sistema

    • OS: Vista/Win7
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 DUO @ 2.4 GHz/Athlon 64 X2 4200+ & above
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM (2 GB on Vista)
    • Graphics: DirectX 10 compatible graphic card with at least 512 MB RAM
    • DirectX®: 10 and above
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB
    • Sound:
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A 12 de 12 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
9.0 h registradas
Publicado el 3 de julio
My score: 6/10
Playthrough time: 8 hours (a total of 9 hours including the time to get the Jackpot achievement)

+Lovely, totally over the top design - wacky and insane things all over the place
+Good looking graphics
+Works very well with a 360 controller
+Some nice changes of pace like the twin stick space shooter levels
+Good soundtrack

-Somewhat sloppy controls
-A combination of sparse checkpoints and sadistic design makes you replay long sequences

Performance notes:
The game is great for using the Xbox 360 controller and playing on the TV from the couch. The game feels like it was made for the 360 controller, so I never played with the keyboard.

The game has low system requirements, so it should run well on most computers. For me it always stuttered for about half a second each time while auto saving, but this was the only issue I encountered.

Main review:
Hell Yeah starts off with a story just as wacky as the rest of the game. You play as Ash, the skeleton bunny prince of hell, who has gotten private pictures of him bathing with a rubber ducky leaked, so to not seem like a weakling, you have to kill the 100 hell monsters who have seen the pictures.

The game itself is mostly standard platforming. You jump around, avoid obstacles, shoot stuff and navigate the levels to get to the 100 monsters. Each time you encounter one, and get its health down by shooting it or using objects in the environment (depending on the monster) you will get to play a mini-game for a chance to land the killing blow. The mini games are often just matching the right button(s)/get the timing right, but there are a few other ones. There are a lot of different ones, so each one isn't used more than 3, maybe 4 times.

You get to upgrade your health and weapons, and some levels have vehicles: in one you control a submarine, and another one a space ship, and the game turns in to a twin stick shooter. This was quite a nice change of pace.

What the game does best is all the wacky things happening:

*Killing a monster by lifting weights, turning in to a super sized muscular bunny that kicks the monster into a soccer goal so the net slices it up? Check.

*Starting in hell, but after a few levels placing you in an overly cute world, with background music with lyrics, where a woman with a French accent sings "You're a fancy bunny - Together, we're happy"? Check.

*Low on health, health bar reads "F**K"? Check.

*Shop with rap music and a bunny robot clerk, bouncing lowriders in the background? Check.

*Get the controls reversed and the game writes "LOL" at the screen, troll style? Check.

I really enjoyed all these things, and I realised that for me, I didn't come back for the gameplay, I came back for all the wackyness. To come around a corner, hear the muffled rap music indicating a shop nearby, enter and hear the full "Money, money gold!" rap parody. The music in the game is very enjoyable and well done.

One design choice I didn't like is that after you stop moving, your character "glides" a bit, which makes it really hard to make certain jumps. You get the jump just right, but when you land at the very small platform, you glide over the edge. This makes the controls not feel very "tight". Combine this with the level design, which has the checkpoints maybe 3-5 minutes between, and some sadistically hard jumps with insta-death spikes if you miss your jump, and I guess that this will send quite a few gamepads airborne and lead to rage quits. When you repeat the same 3-minute section for the 10:th time and have to play it all over again, yet another time. You also have to rewatch any "cutscenes" that appear during that section.

I'm no pro platformer, so there were sections where I had to try many times to get it right, and even though I have lots of patience, I was close to quitting a few times.

So, I wouldn't recommend this game only for the gameplay. It's fine but it has its drawbacks. If you think you would appreciate all the crazy stuff happening, and can ignore the annoying parts, you're up for a good time with Hell Yeah!
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A 3 de 3 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
0.3 h registradas
Publicado el 15 de septiembre
I picked up Hell Yeah! as something Halloweeny to play last fall and I was worried I made a bad call, but it has enough blood and hellfire to count, I think. You play Ash, the skeletal bunny prince of Hell. Your dad croaked and some ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ demon took scandalous photos of you so your mandate to rule is in question. The story is dumb and the humor errs on the side of trying too hard, but it's a good enough setup for murdering tons of demons. Which is your goal, killing 100 demons in all kinds of gruesome ways. Your main weapon is a sawblade (they call it a jetpack and I have no idea why) that lets you kill normal enemies by touching them and wear down the big named monsters. Once you wear them down you get a little WarioWare-style minigame to finish them off in some bloody, goofy way.

The platforming is solid, though the emphasis seems more on exploring to find money and secrets for upgrades than on fighting. Combat really is mostly a non-issue since you kill things by touching them and you have a ridiculous amount of health. It's colorful and cute and a little gross and has a ton to unlock, so it's not bad if you want a light platformer with some goofy style.
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A 4 de 8 personas (50%) les ha sido útil este análisis
4.9 h registradas
Publicado el 3 de mayo
Best game and funny! Good art and very almost.
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A 5 de 5 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
8.0 h registradas
Publicado el 15 de septiembre de 2014
Muy entretenido y con puntos de humor bastante buenos, Hell Yeah es un plataformas de la época de Megadrive (de los que eran bonitos de ver, no de los otros), con ese encanto que ya no se consigue. Eres el rey del infierno y juras venganza porque te han sacado unas fotos con un patito de goma en la bañera...

Disparas, saltas y además tienes que jugar con el humor para avanzar en ciertas partes, puertas cerradas que se desbloquean más tarde, cosas para comprar y misiones contrarreloj, cada enemigo se mata con un minijuego diferente (se repiten, evidentemente no hay 100 minijuegos) y luego puedes ponerlos a trabajar en una isla para que te encuentren cosas.

De duración está bastante bien, de dificultad algunas partes cuesta más (las últimas pantallas, como todos los juegos de Sega, ejem ejem Sonic) pero tiene un buen nivel, es difícil frustrarse jugando la verdad. Muy muy recomendado.
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A 6 de 7 personas (86%) les ha sido útil este análisis
8.2 h registradas
Publicado el 17 de marzo de 2014
Es un juego sobre un conejo esqueleto que es príncipe del infierno, montado en una rueda-sierra-jetpack y armado hasta los dientes, en busca de venganza por unas fotos en las que aparece con un patito de goma.

Creo que eso lo define bastante bien.

Un descojone. Es un descojone.
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