"Hybrid Heaven was certainly an ambitious game from Konami and felt widely ignored at a time of MGSs, Final Fantasies, and Zeldas. It deserves praise for trying to revolutionise the norm: a unique battle system; an outlandish plot; claustrophobic playing areas rife. Faults? Much like M:I and SOTE its clunky mechanics sometimes frustrates. Yet HH proves highly intriguing and deserves an N64 gamer's time."
User Reviews (3)
"This is a game that I remember playing as a child and being HIGHLY confused. The combat system was baffling and I didn't understand why muscle man was beating up bird-looking guys.. Going back and trying it (after seeing this article pop up), I realize that while it is pretty clunky, and while I still find enemies funny looking, it's a neat RPG/fighting/hybrid game."
"A mistreated gem. Assuming you can survive Konami's bonkers "aliens living under Manhattan" plot, the game rewards with incredible, very deep fighting system. It was not easy to get into, but once everything clicks, it remains a unique and very rewarding experience. Not perfect, but remains quite addicting. A shame Konami never build on upon this. A worthy addition to anyone's Nintendo 64 collection."
"During the time when pro wrestling was at its peak, Hybrid Heaven provided a game that had lots of fun moves from the sport, tied to a crazy but fun story. 10 to 1 says you probably never played this game, but you should have. Can't say I've played anything like it since, which truly is a shame. Worth seeking out to play through."
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