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6:45 PM on 06.07.2012

E3: Hands-on with Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit

Coming into E3, I did not expect that a trip to Hell would send me to gamer heaven. Yesterday's visit to the Sega booth was a refreshing one, as I was able to get my meaty paws on the devilishly fun little platformer Hell Yea...

Holly Green


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4:45 PM on 06.06.2012

E3: Arkedo's Hell Yeah! and its 'polite boss'

Jonathan Holmes headed to the Sega booth on the E3 show floor to check out a near-final version of Arkedo's Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit, a refreshingly self-aware action-adventure platformer. Studio head Camille Guer...

Samit Sarkar

7:00 AM on 05.09.2012

New trailer for Hell Yeah! shows more gameplay

They're fleeting, but the little chunks of action in this latest trailer for Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit are enough to arouse considerable excitement. Observe the guns, saw blades and bucket loads of meat which ...

Conrad Zimmerman



Preview: Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit photo
Preview: Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit
by Jordan Devore

Arkedo Studio made a name for itself with a series of games released on the Xbox Live Indie Game channel. Since the studio is best known for its platformers, it is only natural that Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit would be an extension of this solid independent foundation.

Many of my favorite games from this generation are available exclusively via download, but the past year or so has seemed less appealing, with bigger-budget releases that weren't able to live up to their ambitious goals. Out-there games like Hell Yeah!, on the other hand, remind me why I love digital distribution.

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2:00 PM on 02.29.2012

Arkedo reveals Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit

Last year, we heard that Arkedo was teaming up with SEGA for the mysterious, "Project Hell Yeah." Today Arkedo has released a first visual tease and the game's new title, Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit, which is due for...

Conrad Zimmerman