Big-Lipped Alligator Moment: Armaros' dance battle can come as a surprise if you don't know anything about his character before playing.
And then there's Ceta, the weapon used by Methuselah that utterly nukes the Fire Nephilim. It never happens again, and no one talks about it. It's almost like it didn't happen at all.
Crowning Music of Awesome: You play an agent of God tasked with hunting down and sealing Fallen Angels on Earth, in Hell, and in another dimension to prevent the Great Flood. Now try to picture the soundtrack that would do justice to such premise.
8.8: IGN gave a game 5 Out of 10. Most other sites were much more favorable. Cue the angry mobs.
What Do You Mean, It Wasn't Made on Drugs?: Some of the enemy and level designs may appear to some as bizarre at best, and nightmarish at worst. For example, the nephilim in this game are portrayed as strange, inflatable tubeman-looking people that grow to impossible heights when they cannibalize enough of their brethren, until they turn into a giant, multi-eyed monstrosities, most of which shoot lasers at you. Observe.