Requiem of Hell Review (N-Gage)

James Whitlock
3 min readDec 16, 2022

The N-Gage now has its fair share of RPGs, some good and some not so good. One of the lesser known RPGs on the handheld system is Requiem of Hell, a Diablo-like hack and slash. No, the game is nowhere near the quality of Diablo, but at least it gives N-Gage owners something to kill their time, right?

You play the game as one of two fallen criminals turned hero: Troy or Linda. You’ve been resurrected by an aging shaman in order to fight off the evil Demon, Dalu. The shaman has been using all of his power to keep Dalu back, but his powers are weakening and Dalu is planning a final assault to destroy mankind! Making matters worse, with the power of the Dragon Tree, Hell’s power source, Dalu’s strength is rapidly increasing. Wielding a sword and magic, you must fight your way through Dalu’s dark armies to save all of mankind!

The story isn’t particularly deep, and the characters aren’t exactly interesting. The dialogue between characters is just plain awful. If it doesn’t put you to sleep it will at least frustrate you with how horrible it is.

Being a hack and slash, Requiem of Hell is all about the combat. You’ll pick up a variety of weapons along your journey, and with the fairy, Gigi, at your side casting magic, you’re a formidable foe. The 5 button is your basic attack, 6 is a charge attack, and 4 blocks. Pressing 5 and 6 together will…



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