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Rising Hell

Tahoe Games, Toge Productions, Chorus Worldwide, Neon Doctrine
May 18, 2021 - PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Nintendo Switch

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PlayStation Universe
8 / 10
8 / 10
Video Chums
4 / 5
8 / 10
7.5 / 10
Nintendo Blast
6.5 / 10
80 / 100
7.5 / 10
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Critic Reviews for Rising Hell

PlayStation Universe

Sebastian Hawden
8 / 10.0
PlayStation Universe

Rising Hell's verticality and butter-like combat system make it feel unique in an increasingly popular genre. It looks awesome, sounds fantastic and for its price point, it's definitely worth your time. While you will not be playing for hundreds of hours, your relatively short time slaying demons will be fast, frenetic and very enjoyable.

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Rising Hell successfully captures the genre's addictive nature through its relative simplicity and adherence to personalization.

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Rising Hell's intuitive gameplay makes combating its monsters and ascending its tricky levels a treat for anyone who's up for a challenge.

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Rising Hell is a surprisingly good game that took a simple level design idea and made it work with the roguelite genre. If you’re into demon slaying to heavy metal and enjoy the roguelite loop then this will be a title to pick up.

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Rising Hell is a great arcade action title. It is exciting to climb a hellish tower infested with monsters and dangers, mainly because of the fast pace and agile mechanics. There are many ways to explore and those who enjoy a good challenge will find options to continually increase the difficulty. However, the diversity of content is limited, making every run very similar to each other. In the end, Rising Hell is a good option for quick matches and pure and immediate fun.

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Nintendo Blast

Felipe Lemos
6.5 / 10.0
Nintendo Blast

Rising Hell is too small for the environment it builds, but it does have the characteristics of an addictive and intense game, suitable for short bursts. For lovers of the roguelike genre, it is a greater satisfaction to conclude the small campaign and venture into even more challenging difficulties, but it's a bit lacking for more traditional players. After all, hell is certainly terrible, but there are still those who dare to venture there, whatever the cost.

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Roguelikes and roguelites are notorious for having high difficulty curves, but Rising Hell doesn't feel too punishingly hard even in the beginning, likely due to the length of the levels. It's a worthwhile effort from Indonesian developer Tahoe Games and it's one to look out for as it keeps getting better.

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You'll soon fall in love with this game while you sit and play it, although it has not enough contents to play for a long time.

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