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An shooter style game for the origional X Box that suffered from poor sales due to its odd concept and high difficulty. The game stars Raze, a strange alien whose home is invaded by the Kewletts, vile, pink teddy bear-like genocidal maniacs who seek to cutify the world by destorying all the ugly. Cutify in this case of course means disposing, destorying, or otherwise removing anything that can't be held up to their high standards. Naturally, Raze, being fairly pissed off that his whole village is wiped out by these horrible things, goes on a massive murdering spree, hunting the Kewletts down one by one. As the name would imply, this is NOT a game for children. Murder, blood, gore, foul language, and rainbows saturate every square inch of this strange title... and most masochistic players will love every minute of it. Needs More Love.
Tropes that apply to Razes Hell:
- Abnormal Ammo: Raze spits out bugs at his enemies.
- Blade Below the Shoulder: Raze's melee weapon.
- Badass Adorable: The Kewletts are surprisingly lethal for small pink teddy bear people.
- Cute Is Evil: No, cute is fucking GENOCIDAL!
- Dark Is Not Evil: Raze is a somewhat ugly-looking creature with somewhat evil-looking armor who kills his enemies in horribly gruesome ways, but he is definately the good guy in all this.
- Doomed Hometown: The game begins with the distruction of Raze's village.
- Exposition Fairy: Silvh, who guides Raze in his crusade against the Kewletts.
- Gorn: Raze actually gets health back from devouring the remains of his slain foes.
- Hypocritical Humor: The Kewletts have a bit of this.
Dying Kewlett soldier: "Robbed of the precious gift of life..."
- Nintendo Hard: Normal difficulty becomes hard fairly quickly and even easy will provide a challange on later stages. This is likely one of the reasons didn't do too well.
- Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Basically the whole game is Raze taking revenge for his village being wiped out by, you guessed it, rampaging through the Kewlett army and killing any he finds.
- Silent Protagonist: Aside from roars of rage, Raze doesn't speak much.
- Sugar Apocalypse: One that you get to create!
- Video Game Cruelty Potential: Do we really need to say it?
- X Meets Y: Some people have likened it to Conkers Bad Fur Day meets Happy Tree Friends. Sounds about right.