Reviews for Hell Yeah! Collection
Funny and funjackdude180 | Feb. 6, 2014 | See all jackdude180's reviews »
The concept behind the game is quite humour’s. You play as the prince of hell who just so happens to be a...Rabbit. Shoot, cut, squash and shop your way through a 100 different enemies with funny and entertaining mini games between each main enemy as you attempt to acquire the embarrassing photos. I’ve had an interest in this game for a fair while ever since it came out. I never brought it straight away because I didn’t believe it was worth $20. Even after playing through the game I still don’t believe it is worth that much, but if you can get it on special for say $8 or like I did (for cheaper) You’ll be much happier. As far as game play goes it is quite fun. It’s kind of like a FPS sonic the hedge hog. Only less frustrating and not as fast paced. The weapons are enjoyable to use and there is a very satisfying feeling killing the boss’s as the mini games give some interesting and often funny results on how to kill your enemies. Some areas in the game prove to be a bit difficult but there all good fun and the stuff the main character says should get a few giggles out of you. All up I'd give it a 7/10 Jackdude180
A exhilarating blast of a platformer!ssj11mav | Dec. 30, 2013 | See all ssj11mav's reviews »
This game will have you smiling, laughing, and jaw dropping from start to finish. Hell Yeah! gets right what most other games don't. It stimulates and tickles your senses and expectations you probably have from most games nowadays. It doesn't bore you with long explanations, but rather rolls off with tongue in cheek humor depicting classic sega platforming games. It's not a nostalgia trip by any extent as the game can be enjoyed by those who've never even played a sega console game before, but it's a nice touch to have the extra DLC for some skins from some old Sega games (something which is optional if you buy the game seperate of DLC!). Thankfully you won't need to waste much time with the skins as there's a nice randomizer button to get a fresh new look whenever you're bored with the one you have already... or you can simply play "Nude" so to speak. (Something which is also touched upon plenty of times against the character despite him being a literal rabbit skeleton!) Although, I must warn you, you should be of proper maturity to fully enjoy this game, have a slight extent of patience as some bosses will kick your ass if you lazily toss yourself around with some jumps, and be prepared for some fast warioware type mini games every time you defeat a major enemy! Also, ditch the controller and use a keyboard and mouse. You can't fire your weapon, aim, jump, and move around at the same time unless you plan on growing an extra thumb for the face button on an xbox controller! Some parts require you to be agile!
Interesting platformerlok0812 | Sept. 6, 2013 | See all lok0812's reviews »
A great platforming game by Sega. This is similar to any other 2D platformer out in the market. There are plenty of humors in the storyline that will satisfy you as well as many levels to play but most of them are generally very short and the difficulty are not that hard when compared to games like Super Meat Boy or Giana Sisters. This package also comes with 2 DLCs, one cosmetic DLCs for Ash to dress him up with unique gears from different Sega games. Another is mission package that adds another 50 missions to the game that are also very short. Definitely a great platformer if anyone enjoys the genre.
A great tribute to Sega platform classicsabelfs | July 3, 2013 | See all abelfs's reviews »
This game is some kind Jazz Jackrabbit and Earthworm Jim. It has some nice platforming, varied worlds and ways to kill the target monsters, lots of shooting, pretty 2d graphics and chuckle-worthy humour. If the main game wasn't long, this edition will extend it at least the double; but what really made me raise its punctuation was the ingredients of the "Pimp my Rabbit Pack", where I could customize the wheel with motifs of classic games like Shinobi, Alex Kidd or Golden Axe, making me remember the sweet times when I was the young owner of a Megadrive console. Snif...