Hellmut: The Badass from Hell
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About this game
Developer: 2tainment GmbH
Content Rating: Everyone10+
Take control of various Transformations and unlock new Transformations each time you complete the game. Challenge randomly generated bosses across the randomly generated world, defeat demonic hordes, loot valuable treasures and soulstones, equip powerful weapons and use all your skills to save humanity! Or at the very least, save yourself, which feels at least as good as saving humanity.Each Transformation gives you new ways of slaughtering yet more hordes of demons! Command rats as the Rat King, become the Orc Fairy with her mighty spells (well, as mighty as an Orc Fairy can cast...), dip enemies in the questionable goo of the Slimeball, or become many other ludicrous monstrosities.
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Hellmut: The Badass from Hell is a few steps short of being an all-around must-have roguelike shooter. The camera is zoomed in enough and just jerky enough that some enemies can be easily hidden from view. There's also the character unlocking process, which is only valuable if you plan on taking multiple successful runs through the game. With that said, the action is excellent, and the flaws aren't enough to stop the title from having that sort of magic that beckons you for one more run. Despite not being the first choice for a roguelike shooter, Hellmut is ultimately a good choice.
I did not enjoy Hellmut. It could have benefited from a bit of tweaking of the item dropping to make playthroughs feel less grindy; but much more substantial changes to the structure, variety of dungeon elements, writing and music would be needed to convince me to pick it up again. I encourage fans of Enter the Gungeon et al to give Hellmut a go on PC rather than Switch, to avoid the awkward control scheme, but only if you’re really craving some mediocre dungeon crawling.
Ambitionierte Dualstick-Action mit zufällig generierten Abschnitten, einem interessanten "Waffen"-Konzept und einem knackigen sowie unausgewogenen Schwierigkeitsgrad, der dem Höllenritt auch auf Konsolen zum Verhängnis wird.