Hellmut: The Badass from Hell for Xbox One
Xbox One

Hellmut: The Badass from Hell

May 31, 2019
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Developer: Volcanicc
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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Mark SherwoodMay 31, 2019
Despite some spawning issues and the occasional technical hiccup, Hellmut: The Badass from Hell is a damn fine bullet-storm dungeon crawler. The game’s consistently fast pace, together with its non-stop action and its diverse content variety, collectively ensure that adrenaline is kept high, whilst repetition is kept at bay. Granted, this may not be the deepest game of its kind, functionally speaking, but it’s certainly one of the funnest.
Jordan HawesAug 06, 2019
Hellmut: The Badass from Hell is a bit of a mixed bag that deserved a little extra development time to flesh out more of its ideas. It has all the fundamentals of a great twin-stick roguelike shoot ’em up, but falls short in some of its systems. If the game was longer, perhaps a bit harder, and had better level and world design, Hellmut could be a top contender in the genre.
Mick FraserJun 18, 2019
Hellmut: The Badass from Hell isn’t particularly fresh or original, but it does enough to keep you guessing, and the humour will raise a smile now and then, though it’s too genre-standard to illicit belly laughs. Still, there’s enough challenge and fun to be had if digested in bite-sized chunks.

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