E3 2012: Hell Yeah! Hands-On

So I had some hands-on time with this title at E3 and I have to say, it’s a crap load of fun. This game is the kind of zany fun you expect from SEGA of old. The premise if far out there, the violence is graphic, the dialogue is humorous and the gameplay is non-stop fun. It’s basically a 2D Platformer, with an upgrade system and shop. I’ll let the SEGA presser and the videos below do most of the heavy lifting, but I must say, this is one of the bigger surprises of E3 and a downloadable title worth checking out.

SAN FRANCISCO & LONDON – March 1, 2012 – SEGA® of America Inc. and SEGA® Europe Ltd. are excited to announce Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead RabbitTM! What’s this? You haven’t heard of it? That’s because it hasn’t been announced yet! Filled with comical gore, plenty of fake blood spatters and a hot-tempered rabbit prone to extreme violence, what more could you ask for? A drill? Ah, we have that as well. Located in the depths of hell and developed by Arkedo Studio, this single-player game will be unleashed on Xbox LIVE® Arcade for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation®Network and PC digital download in 2012.

You are a devil rabbit named Ash, who also happens to be the prince of Hell and feared by all. But one individual has forgotten that. Your archenemy, Fat Rabbit, has posted your secret sex pictures all over the Hellternet and that makes you seriously angry. This sucks! You want him to burn in Hell, and with your hot temper you can make revenge oh so sweet. It’s you and your trusty driller (plus some other weapons and customization!) against everyone else. Drill your way to vengeance and explore the huge and varied world of Hell Yeah! Delving into the darkest depths of the underworld, you can ride the driller as a slaughter machine and exterminate those rude and ugly monsters by blasting and tearing them apart on your mission to get Fat Rabbit. Don’t feel bad; they all deserve to die! It’s you against Hell, after all. It’s Hell Yeah!


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