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Hellboy can't walk through fire, even though he's Hellboy. 0

Towards the end of the first chapter, of Hellboy: The Science of Evil, there is a moment when your progress is blocked by a barrier of fire. Yes that's right, Hellboy's progress is blocked by fire. Er, he's Hellboy. Fire does not hurt Hellboy. This is because, Hellboy is, you know, he's from hell. The clue is in the name. This alone sums up the level of incompetancy on display here. This is a cheap cash in on a great comic and movie series that offers nothing but repetition and annoyance. The Go...

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The science of mediocrity 0

It’s safe to say that I’m quite a Hellboy fan. The world created in the two movies is fantastic, and I just love the character - even taking the time to dabble in the comic books. Hellboy: The Science of Evil dips in to both these mediums, creating a universe more suited to the comics whilst also borrowing elements from the films. Sadly, it fails to live up to the name, descending to a place far worse than hell itself… mediocrity. There’s not really much of a story to talk about. You’re basical...

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This Game was Developed by Nazis... 0

Snagging Hellboy on the PSP wasn’t something I did because I wanted it on the PSP, but it was an excuse to get a new game for the system I just procured. After finishing the game while slurping down Kahlúa Mudslides, I wonder if I would have bothered to beat it sober. As a long time admirer of comics, Hellboy, Hellboy comics, and weird occult shit, I thought the game would be a worthwhile endeavor.     Let me start with saying that the PSP version of the game promised a lot of things, and didn’t...

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Hellboy's combat is lackluster and its story is forgettable. 0

This game does come out about 2 weeks before the movie, which is peculiar. That is, until, you learn it has nothing to do with the movie's story. You can still call this game a movie-game, but it doesn't really try to. It just happens to stumble upon that curse. Pros The graphics and artistic direction is mostly original. Hellboy has a pretty nice model. Cons Simple combat gets boring fast. Online co-op is boring and the controls lag behind. Story is directed in an uninteresting way. Puzzle e...

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Not as bad as some would say. 0

I'm a fan of Hellboy and the first movie (still waiting to see the second) so I was curious to see how well the game was. Visuals are nice and the sound is decent. Controls could use some fine tuning. There are a few bugs in the game and the most annoying one is the grapping the enemy one. It really don't become a factor until later in the game and can be very annoying when dealing with the larger creatures. Nearly as annoying is having to reload after every shot. Hellboy has a six shot revolver...

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