A crazy action-adventure platformer... In Hell.
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Release Date: Oct 3, 2012

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About This Game

Hell Yeah! is a crazy action-adventure platformer... In Hell.

You are Ash, a devil rabbit and the prince of Hell. When some jerk finds it funny to post your secret intimate photos all over the Hell-ternet, you get VERY angry.

Time to seek out the bastard and destroy him once and for all. While you’re at it, why not use this incredible journey to kill everybody else?

It’s you against all Hell. It’s Hell Yeah!

Key Features:

  • Tension-relieving faux-gore action Hell Yeah! helps you clear your mind after a bad/frustrating/boring day at work. Achieve this by exploring the four corners of Hell and exterminating monsters in a cheerful yet challenging atmosphere.
  • Drill to kill shooting is fun but shooting from a super sawing jetpack that can drill through walls and squash monsters into chunks is better. Hell Yeah! gives you full frontal violence in your face.
  • This game is too BIG for you 10 huge game worlds with secret areas and side quests, hundreds of objects, weapons and monsters to collect. If you’re a completionist, you’re screwed man.
  • Help us make Hell a cleaner place there are 100 unique monsters to exterminate in Hell Yeah! Some are rude, others are really ugly but they all equally deserve to DIE!
  • 'Finish him' moves that will make your mama cry inflict ultimate humiliation on the monsters of Hell using over 30 deadly “Finish him!” mini-games.
  • Pimp my drill collect loot and spend your cash in big shops where you can buy bigger guns and awesome upgrades for your ride. The donut driller skin and the ‘Sploding Carrot missile launcher make a lovely combo.

System Requirements

    • 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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Toonvert
0.8 hrs
Posted: August 23
Hellish to play with a Mouse + Keyboard... don't recommend without a controller.
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upleftrightdown
5.4 hrs
Posted: August 22
Product received for free
its an okay game. if you like platformers, then i guess this will be a good fit to your library. however, the controls are terrible sometimes and very floaty. the story is alright but the humor is kinda blah. if you like cartoonish graphics, this game has a lot of it but sometimes, when i look at the design i would ask myself "why would they design something like that?". music and sound effects are mostly annoying in my opinion.

not bad if you want a time-waster.

6/10
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𝑽𝒂𝒂𝒏
16.9 hrs
Posted: August 21
Very fun game!
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The Darker Knight
1.4 hrs
Posted: August 21
Product received for free
Thanks, SEGA.
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VIX | King Renly Baratheon
9.8 hrs
Posted: August 21
Product received for free
In the spirit of joining my fellow SEGA Nerds teammates, I decided to join the Annual SEGA Horror Fest with a review. While I may not be the most appropriate person to talk about Halloween, since we don’t celebrate it in my country, I tried to choose a title that’s more related to our “Día de los Muertos” (Day of the Dead), our national holiday that embraces our joy for life, the cult and nostalgia for our departed ones and also… to poke fun at death.

Precisely, that’s what Arkedo’s Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit does, poke fun at death, hell, and some other spooky things on the way. While French developers, Arkedo, might be long gone as a studio after a financial bankruptcy (should I dedicate a Mexican Día de los Muertos “Ofrenda” perhaps?), they certainly made games that were appreciated in a special way by some people (like Nervous Brickdown or Big Bang Mini for the Ninty DS).

A RESURRECTION FOR A PLATFORMER?

For a start Hell Yeah! is a platformer, a genre that many thought dead but that’s been slowly coming back thanks to the necromancy of retro gaming. You control Ash, hell’s current underworld ruler, who is trying to hunt down some of his minions that are threatening him with releasing compromising photos to the public. As fun and weird as the plot sounds this translates into comedic and bizarre interruptions or mini games that appear as you progress though mazes in the underground, perhaps this is a double edge sword, cause while some of us SEGA fans might fall into the gag and follow by, some others might get desperate trying to know what’s going on, because the game is not very intuitive in explaining these “on the go” mechanics. For example, some bosses require to aim and shoot as a mini game, but some people might not get how to do it, cause the game does not do a very good job on explaining so or that it is part of a gag.

For most, the game has a lot of fun to offer, but also requires to master some skill, since the controls require you to switch between sticks to aim for certain parts or to zoom out the screen to aim and hit some enemies.

SOMETHING FOR THE SEGA FANS

The game has a lot of fanservice for the average SEGA fans. As you progress in the game you unlock SEGA Character themed add-ons like JSR or Shinobi hats or items, you can also equip your attacking wheel with more weapons or features. There are also other fun hubs like your own island were you send your defeated enemies and punish them as it must due!

A KILLER OST AND VISUALS TO DIE FOR

There are 2 things that outstand in this game, its vector based visuals & character designs and its amazing OST. The vector artwork shines so well in this game and allows you to enjoy the aesthetics no matter the resolution, specially in PC, Arkedo did a great job. The OST is something to enjoy on its own, even if you don’t buy the game you can still download this awesome score, it has something for almost everyone, from lullabies to hardcore punk, and every tune fits perfectly in the game.

SUMMARY

This game is fun and enjoyable, but might not be appropriate for the narrow minded player. While its true that pretty visuals and a good OST are not all in a game, the title lacks of some areas to be polished like a more polished gameplay and controls.

Pros:

+ Amazing visuals and OST
+ Fanservice for the SEGA fans
+ Fun times and fart-type jokes

Cons:

– Not for everyone
– Requires control skill
– Lacks of explanation for some mechanics
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Project 45
9.5 hrs
Posted: August 20
Product received for free
An overlooked game that turned out to be a lot of fun.

Pros: Humor
Good platforming
Great minigames/animations

Cons: Price( buy this on sale )
No replayabilty
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n0rrx
7.1 hrs
Posted: August 20
Fast and short review:

The game is about a Rabbit that is the King of Hell and got some nude pics robbed. You will play as Ash and will slayer a hundred of monsters in Hell to recover the pictures.

Story is so bad but still the game has humour. Visuals are nice and it's happy gore. The game is not hard as you have unlimited respawns every time you die, but still challenging from time to time. Took me 6 hours to complete with all the achievements. Controls are fine but sometimes sloppy and will make you miss a jump or two, but nothing really important.

Biggest cons I found is that there is no replay value. You may take it if on sale, but not worthy at full price. However most of people got it from a SEGA present promotion, so being free is more than enough.
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Edgar Allen Poener™
0.2 hrs
Posted: August 18
took me ten minutes to find a meme
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No More Tokens™
7.4 hrs
Posted: August 15
I received this game as apart of some bundle awhile ago and just started playing it because the trailers looked promising.

However, I quickly found that this wasn't the case at all. This game is devoid of any meaningful/humorous dialogue, and is instead full of overly-done, excessive WarioWare-esqe "minigames" one has to do after killing each of the 100 or so minibosses. The platforming isn't anything special and actually comes with issues (no invulnerability frames after getting hit, meaning you can get "stuck" and knocked into an unfavorable death if you hit one enemy and get pushed into a corner/another enemy.

The dialogue tries to be too witty and breaks the fourth wall too often, making it rather painful to go through. The game as a whole feels too "edgy" and the unique aesthetic/"appeal" of the game gets old fast, due to the game shoving excessive blood and gore down your throat in order to progress. Hell Yeah! also tries to be a simplistic Metroidvania game, but fails to do so. You're left walking around a map, just going from one end to the other killing minibosses in order to progress to the next world to do... exactly the same thing again.

This game looked really promising, but the gameplay doesn't change much from when you first start the game. Good concept that unfortunately was not executed nearly as well as it could have been, but rather turned into a repetitive, simplistic platformer made challenging only by the location of save spots and hitboxes/environmental limitations.
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Samael
6.8 hrs
Posted: August 14
Hell Yeah! is a holy mess. There's good ideas, but their burried in clunky controls and hit detection, repetitiveness, and overall a feeling of "too much". Too much redundent weapons, too much forced bargin bin mini games, too much shoddy humor, too much unskippable cutscenes and dialoge with said shoddy humor, too much color and objects bursting on the screen at all times making it hard to see.

The execution lets down any potential the game really had. There's a seperate side game called The Island, where you have defeated enemies work for you for cash, health, or items, but the rewards are minor and uninteresting, and the system itself is a boring distraction.

Hell Yeah! shoots for the stars and misses all 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 of them.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
9.8 hrs on record
Posted: August 21
Product received for free
In the spirit of joining my fellow SEGA Nerds teammates, I decided to join the Annual SEGA Horror Fest with a review. While I may not be the most appropriate person to talk about Halloween, since we don’t celebrate it in my country, I tried to choose a title that’s more related to our “Día de los Muertos” (Day of the Dead), our national holiday that embraces our joy for life, the cult and nostalgia for our departed ones and also… to poke fun at death.

Precisely, that’s what Arkedo’s Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit does, poke fun at death, hell, and some other spooky things on the way. While French developers, Arkedo, might be long gone as a studio after a financial bankruptcy (should I dedicate a Mexican Día de los Muertos “Ofrenda” perhaps?), they certainly made games that were appreciated in a special way by some people (like Nervous Brickdown or Big Bang Mini for the Ninty DS).

A RESURRECTION FOR A PLATFORMER?

For a start Hell Yeah! is a platformer, a genre that many thought dead but that’s been slowly coming back thanks to the necromancy of retro gaming. You control Ash, hell’s current underworld ruler, who is trying to hunt down some of his minions that are threatening him with releasing compromising photos to the public. As fun and weird as the plot sounds this translates into comedic and bizarre interruptions or mini games that appear as you progress though mazes in the underground, perhaps this is a double edge sword, cause while some of us SEGA fans might fall into the gag and follow by, some others might get desperate trying to know what’s going on, because the game is not very intuitive in explaining these “on the go” mechanics. For example, some bosses require to aim and shoot as a mini game, but some people might not get how to do it, cause the game does not do a very good job on explaining so or that it is part of a gag.

For most, the game has a lot of fun to offer, but also requires to master some skill, since the controls require you to switch between sticks to aim for certain parts or to zoom out the screen to aim and hit some enemies.

SOMETHING FOR THE SEGA FANS

The game has a lot of fanservice for the average SEGA fans. As you progress in the game you unlock SEGA Character themed add-ons like JSR or Shinobi hats or items, you can also equip your attacking wheel with more weapons or features. There are also other fun hubs like your own island were you send your defeated enemies and punish them as it must due!

A KILLER OST AND VISUALS TO DIE FOR

There are 2 things that outstand in this game, its vector based visuals & character designs and its amazing OST. The vector artwork shines so well in this game and allows you to enjoy the aesthetics no matter the resolution, specially in PC, Arkedo did a great job. The OST is something to enjoy on its own, even if you don’t buy the game you can still download this awesome score, it has something for almost everyone, from lullabies to hardcore punk, and every tune fits perfectly in the game.

SUMMARY

This game is fun and enjoyable, but might not be appropriate for the narrow minded player. While its true that pretty visuals and a good OST are not all in a game, the title lacks of some areas to be polished like a more polished gameplay and controls.

Pros:

+ Amazing visuals and OST
+ Fanservice for the SEGA fans
+ Fun times and fart-type jokes

Cons:

– Not for everyone
– Requires control skill
– Lacks of explanation for some mechanics
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
0.9 hrs on record
Posted: July 27
The game is Okay, The controlls sometimes feel a little floaty, but the writing's great.

Get on sale.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
2.3 hrs on record
Posted: August 3
Run, shred enemies, shoot 'em, miniboss implosion QTE, repeat.

Colorful platformer with a nice sense of humor that basically adds a kid-friendly Mortal Kombat art style to a well built Metroidvania, it gets repetitive quite fast but if it's your kind of game you will surely enjoy it.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
0.3 hrs on record
Posted: July 28
A fun, over the top platformer. Humor on par with the likes of Disgea and Bastion. Has that rad feel with a in your face punk attitude. Fun. Game is meant for entertainment thats appealing to the electic wild side.

Every platformer has it's qurks when it comes to controls. You might find the jumps a bit over powered or the term "floating" comes to mine. Easy to adjust though.

Worth the price, and if on sale double worth the price

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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
14.1 hrs on record
Posted: August 6
Product received for free
It is a funny game to play! :D

8/10! :D
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
1.4 hrs on record
Posted: August 5
Product received for free
It seems to be a fun game, but it goes the wrong way on my tastes.

the excess of color in it makes the game tiresome, and by the videos you might think it's a fast paced game, but if you ever play, you'll notice how SLOW this game really is.

The overexageration in everything in this game stop being fun and starts getting annoying and boring.

You mostly only fight bosses, there is no real fight with most enemies. you touch them with your spinning wheel and enter a "minigame" to kill it (mostly a click repeteadly). Again, it gets boring. I mentioned earlier the game is slow. but it does get boring FAST.

Cannot recommend.
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2 of 4 people (50%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
6.8 hrs on record
Posted: August 14
Hell Yeah! is a holy mess. There's good ideas, but their burried in clunky controls and hit detection, repetitiveness, and overall a feeling of "too much". Too much redundent weapons, too much forced bargin bin mini games, too much shoddy humor, too much unskippable cutscenes and dialoge with said shoddy humor, too much color and objects bursting on the screen at all times making it hard to see.

The execution lets down any potential the game really had. There's a seperate side game called The Island, where you have defeated enemies work for you for cash, health, or items, but the rewards are minor and uninteresting, and the system itself is a boring distraction.

Hell Yeah! shoots for the stars and misses all 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 of them.
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86 of 105 people (82%) found this review helpful
20 people found this review funny
Recommended
45.7 hrs on record
Posted: October 22, 2015
This game has more personality than a schizophrenia convention, being like a cross of WarioWare and Disgaea, thematically-speaking. You're a dead rabbit, who's also the prince of Hell, who's primary mode of transportation is a buzzsaw with an assortment of guns attached to it. That says plenty, right there.

That said, if the silliness of the game doesn't interest you, then it's not for you, as the gameplay is less than stellar. The platforming and shooting is mediocre at best, and frustrating at worst. If you're interested in this game, I'd honestly reccommend watching a playthrough rather than playing it yourself, as you'd probably have more fun that way.

The personality IS pretty great, though, not going to lie. Hell, if it does well enough, maybe we can see a sequel with enough of a budget to improve on the actual gameplay and be a truely radical game. MAYBE ONE DAY.
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44 of 47 people (94%) found this review helpful
18 people found this review funny
Recommended
4.4 hrs on record
Posted: January 23
*English*

Platformer full of humor, completely nuts and incredibly fun.

You’re a skeleton-bunny prince of Hell looking for revenge after having some nudes leaked to the internet. What else do I need to say?


*Português*

Platformer cheio de humor, totalmente maluco e absurdamente divertido.

Você é um coelho-esqueleto príncipe do inferno procurando vingança por terem vazado nudes seus na internet. O que mais preciso dizer?
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