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5 Reasons Why Agony’s Version of Hell Is One We Really Don’t Want to Go To

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5 Reasons Why Agony’s Version of Hell Is One We Really Don’t Want to Go To

A hell of a place.

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Dreary Weather

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Editors note: Considering this a M-rated game about hell, some of the images in this article are a bit graphic. Just a heads up.

This is a typical drawback of hell, and it really puts a damper on your spirits as you peer up at the ashen sky, and see nothing but blackened clouds and the occasional gaping portal. The portal is also made of flesh, because of course it is, we have branding to adhere to.

Keep in mind, the odds of you actually ever seeing this weather are slim to begin with, as most residents have already been disembowelled somewhere deep within a smelly cave. In that sense, perhaps the crimson misery and thick smog are comparatively a breath of fresh air. Not literally, mind you. In fact, try to breathe as little as possible, you won’t be doing your lungs any favors.

It does rain, sometimes, which is nice. A refreshing shower to wash away your sins. Stick your tongue out and catch a few drops – yummy! Just be aware that it is raining blood, and in a way, you have now yourself become a cannibal. Maybe you are getting used to this after all?

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A surly journalist and occasional voice actor, Tony Cole-Cocking has been playing games since he was a little boy. Now he's a little man, and not much has changed.

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