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Metal: Hellsinger

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Metal: Hellsinger does not have many levels, but its near perfect blend of frantic FPS action and ryhythm make this a must play.
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# Reviews: 29

Metal: Hellsinger does not have many levels, but its near perfect blend of frantic FPS action and ryhythm make this a must play.

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44% of scored reviews fell within the range of 80 to 86 / 100

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Richard Wakeling (GameSpot)

The rhythmic interplay between Metal: Hellsinger’s rip-roaring soundtrack and frenetic action is a magical concoction.

September 12, 2022 |

It’s hard to picture Metal: Hellsinger being as memorable as it is without its lineup of popular artists. After all, the soundtrack can’t be divorced from the game’s main appeal. But even though I would have liked to see more risks being taken with its core pillars (similar to BPM: Bullets Per Minute’s experiments with roguelike elements and more varied weapons), Metal: Hellsinger achieves a pulsating, vibrant synergy, and it knows how to pull your strings.

September 12, 2022 |
Recommended
Diego Arguello (Polygon)
Recommended
Graham Smith (Rock, Paper, Shotgun)

A rhythm first-person shooter in which bursting demons to the beat makes your weapons more powerful.

September 13, 2022 |

Richard Wakeling (GameSpot)

8/10 - (Read Review)

The rhythmic interplay between Metal: Hellsinger’s rip-roaring soundtrack and frenetic action is a magical concoction.

Diego Arguello (Polygon)

Recommended - (Read Review)

It’s hard to picture Metal: Hellsinger being as memorable as it is without its lineup of popular artists. After all, the soundtrack can’t be divorced from the game’s main appeal. But even though I would have liked to see more risks being taken with its core pillars (similar to BPM: Bullets Per Minute’s experiments with roguelike elements and more varied weapons), Metal: Hellsinger achieves a pulsating, vibrant synergy, and it knows how to pull your strings.

Graham Smith (Rock, Paper, Shotgun)

Recommended - (Read Review)

A rhythm first-person shooter in which bursting demons to the beat makes your weapons more powerful.

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Strike terror into the hearts of demons and devils as you fight your way through eight Hells. Metal: Hellsinger is a rhythm FPS, brimming with diabolical enemies, powerful weapons, and metal music. Set out on an infernal journey in order to achieve the purest of goals: Vengeance.

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