Devil's Hunt

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7 / 10.0
Sep 18, 2019

This hell is not so fearful and not so funny as it should be. But still good choice for modest players.

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5.5 / 10.0
Sep 17, 2019

Unfortunately, gameplay limitations and technical issues affected a good storytelling for Devil's Hunt. It could have been better.

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Jan 7, 2020

Devil’s Hunt is a game that knows the look of a high-quality video game, but stumbles on most other fronts. It has the skeleton of the game in place, but struggles to flesh things out beyond that. Clocking in at about six hours, it’s a mostly functional package that takes a grandiose story as its base and delivers something less bombastic. Hopefully Desmond can get his act together should another installment come to fruition.

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85 / 100
Sep 17, 2019

Devil’s Hunt offers us high production values, especially when it comes to the first video game of a small independent studio, with aspects to improve but which weigh more on the positive side. A fun game, with a fairly typical but well-run story and that, although it does not innovate in any aspect, will give us hours of fun. A highly recommended game without a doubt.

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5.8 / 10.0
Oct 14, 2019

Devil’s Hunt feels dated and it probably could have done with a bit more polish to add in what this style of title needs the most. Oomph. You need to be able to feel the power behind your hits. The story is cheesy and that would have been fine as I love a good dose of cheese, but without a system to back it up and actually make it fun going between those doses of cheesiness? It gets really hard to want to continue as it just becomes a mindless and un-entertaining trek forward.

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Sep 17, 2019

Sometimes people deride big-budget games as conservative, safe products, focus-tested and drained of imagination. But also, a bigger budget allows for quality writing, ruthless editors and designers with the chops to pull off a high concept.

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6 / 10.0
Oct 11, 2019

If you can excuse the low budget afforded to everything outside of the combat, Devil's Hunt is a Hell of a good time, and I would recommend this game to fans its inspirations of Dante's Inferno and Ryse: Son of Rome.

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40%
Oct 16, 2019

Devil's Hunt is a below average title that feels like a parody of Devil May Cry. Feel free to pass on it.

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INDIANTVCZ
Stanislav Franc
5 / 10
Sep 20, 2019

The developers have tried to make a good game. You will have fun in some sarcastic and ironic scenes. Once you get a new ability and unlock a new combo, it will be fun, but that doesn't take long and repetitive and stereotypes start very quickly. Poor optimalization, an boring story, lengthy and boring passages. All this show that this game just landed flat.

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5 / 10.0
Sep 20, 2019

In the modern video game industry, so many games have released that have done the formula attempted to be tackled by Devil’s Hunt in a much better way. Look at Devil May Cry. Look at Bayonetta. Look at Prototype. Hell, look at Dante’s Inferno. So many games have released and been really fun to play through while keeping gamers engaged and having strong gameplay mechanics and loops. None of that is found here with Devil’s Hunt. While there are small, very small, amounts of fun to be had, it quickly fades away within the first hour, leaving the remaining four hours to be a bore.

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