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Hell Yeah! Rolls onto PS3 on 25th September

Posted by Sammy Barker

Dangerously attractive

Arkedo Studio’s acclaimed PSN platformer Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit is set to take on the underworld on 25th September, a new trailer has revealed. A European release will follow on 3rd October. The game will cost $14.99.

If you don’t know much about the SEGA published title, then, well, we wished we could help you. All we really know is that it features an angry undead rabbit who’s annoyed after a bunch of incriminating images of him and his rubber ducky are posted online. Tulisa Contostavlos can sympathise.

Speaking of which, the game looks utterly gorgeous. Check out the new footage below.

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ThreadShadow

#1

ThreadShadow said:

I think Arkedo is imaginative and fun, but this isn't compelling.

Why does this get a NA release so quick when, the Arkedo 3 minis still aren't released.
You know I wrote to Arkedo, and Sanuk Games and they both confirmed that SCEA did in fact block the release of these minis, saying they wanted them bundled. by the time this came around Sanuk was already onto other projects. Sanuk did say that when they get a free moment or two they will attempt to bundle said minis and try for a NA release again. Here's hoping.

What's the point of blocking these minis, Sony? They are supposed to be "minis' aren't they? Oh well, I just want them released.

JonWahlgrenAdmin

#4

JonWahlgren said:

Awesome, I've been really looking forward to this ever since I got to try it out at PAX East. It's a Metroidvania with a twisted sense of humor and gorgeous visuals, hooray!

ThreadShadow

#5

ThreadShadow said:

@get2sammyb Yup, they (Jump!, Swap!, Pixel!) have not yet been released in North America.

You are right, I watched the promotional video again, and they can't be "minis" because Yan Marchal says they have Trophy support.
I guess I assumed they would be "minis", because Pix N' Love Rush was a minis, they are small games ("indies" on xbox), and the price was so low for each game. So anyway, SCEA still blocked their release until they could be bundled. I just hope they are bundled soon!

http://www.joystiq.com/2011/08/04/arkedo-series-jumps-from-xblig-to-psn/

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