|a game by||Metropolis Software House|
|Editor Rating:||9/10, based on 2 reviews|
|User Rating:||9.0/10 - 2 votes|
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|See also:||First Person Shooter Games|
The balance of the forces of good and evil must always be maintained, otherwise the world will see its end faster than it should, that's the kind of bad end the protagonist of the third-person shooter - Infernal needs to prevent. The eternal struggle of light and darkness is transferred to the human world and it is you who represents the flaming underworld.
Every thousand years the planets begin their parade. It is during this time that the Almighty cannot watch over his children. At the same time, Hell and Heaven begin their battle for human souls, breaking all the rules that God has assigned to them. However, if the troops of hell have never followed the rules, then the unbound angels are a real pain in the same blazing cauldron. To level the playing field and restore the balance, a hellish assassin in the person of Ryan Lennox is sent to the mortal world.
As a former angel and servant of hell, Ryan possesses inhuman abilities:
- Enemies will be able to feel the full power of hellfire using his pyrokinesis ability
- Walking to hell and back is not a good idea. Good thing Ryan has the ability to teleport
- The defeated enemies will regain the health they took, giving up their souls in return
Lennox's infernal powers can't always help him in battle. If Ryan is near a church or objects that belong to heaven, his powers dwindle rapidly. However, nothing feeds demons like sins. The game will inform you of the aura change. Angelic auras reduce mana levels, hell's aura increases maximum mana levels. Use your abilities carefully, because there might be an angel trap lurking somewhere nearby.
Light and darkness, light that let in darkness and darkness with a tiny bit of light. The familiar yin-yang concept envelops the entire gameplay of Infernal.In the battle of good and evil, the hero takes an unexpected side and becomes the chain dog of hell. Do angels always do the right thing? Find out in the third-person shooter Infernal.
- PC compatible
- Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP
By Murdering Demon monks and skewering holy types with your massive ungodly tendrils, and wrapping it in a stylish John Woo veneer, Infernal taught us an important lesson: never get bummed by the Devil. While the superpowers with which you'll be imbued are pretty nifty (firearms, teleportation and the like) they ultimately lead to the repetitive sort of mindless action purveyed here.
Infernal wasn't a terrible game, but it was mediocre enough for the drop from full-priced product to $10 budgeteer to stir little more than a blink of underwhelmed indifference. That said, if you're easily pleased or desperate for something to while away the tedium of living, fill your diabolical wee booties.