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By Spencer . December 10, 2010 . 12:02pm
That’s Enoch above, the robot battling hero of El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron. Robots… in a game with archangels? Yes, says the ESRB in their description.
This is an action-adventure game in which players control Enoch, a man who must prevent fallen angels from destroying humankind. Players punch, kick, and use a magical sword to defeat a variety of fantastical creatures (e.g., robots, armored animals) and human-like enemies. Some sequences allow players to engage in melee-style attacks: battles are highlighted by grunts, cries of pain, and clanging sound effects—defeated enemies disappear in brief puffs of smoke or bursts of light. In one sequence, two boar-like creatures are depicted in masks that emit red streaming liquid from their eyes. The dialogue sometimes contains suggestive material (e.g., "[Y]ou defiled your bodies and bore the Nephilim through the blood of the flesh" and "I granted wives to satisfy their lust and that they might bear children.").
I wonder if they meant Ezek V one of the enemies Ezekiel, a fallen angel driven by motherly love, created.
The boar-like creatures with bloody eyes are Foola & Woola two familiars Ezekiel cared for.