SFX-360: Infernal: Hell's Vengeance Review

SFX-360 writes: "Imagine this situation: your sitting in a bar having a drink with a beautiful blonde babe and you receive a phone call to warn you about all hell breaking loose. Add onto the fact that the same blonde bombshell you've been having a drink with is also there to do you in only to realize that she doesn't have the heart to kill you. Then your attacked by a bunch of well suited soldiers hell bent on taking you out. Sounds like a typical Hollywood movie right? Welcome to Infernal: Hell's Vengeance.

In Infernal, you play as Ryan Lennox who is a fallen angel who takes on the role of an intelligence agent on earth. Unfortunately for Lennox he's getting hunted by the Etherlight which is heaven's own secret agency. Lennox has no powers on earth, but is given an option he can't refuse from the forces of the underworld. Along with an arsenal of weapons, he's also been given supernatural powers by the forces of hell to destroy the Etherlight. The rest of the game is a mindless romp filled with lots of shooting and pretty much nothing else rather significant..."

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