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Painkiller Hell and Damnation (PS3)

Platform : PlayStation 3
3.4 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews

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PlayStation3
Standard Edition
  • Reinterpretation original Painkiller, now in re-drawn high quality graphics
  • Approximatley 10 hours of single player action
  • Co-operative campaign spead across 4 chapters
  • Player vs player and Player vs enemy modes
  • Devestating and unique arsenal of weapons
  • 14 singleplayer levels and 10 multiplayer levels (multiplayer on-line requires PSN account)
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Platform: PlayStation3 | Edition: Standard Edition

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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 18 years and over Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Platform: PlayStation3 | Edition: Standard Edition
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  • ASIN: B009OXRH64
  • Release Date: 28 Jun. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 19,563 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Platform:PlayStation3  |  Edition:Standard Edition

Product Description

Evil has returned!

Demonic powers are manifesting themselves as a myriad of dark creatures, fighting over the fates of imprisoned souls caught in Purgatory. Once again, it is up to Daniel Garner, in the unenviable position of being the Curse of Darkness and the Toy of Light, to fight his way past hordes of demons and fiends.

Questions remain… Can he stop the powerful creatures that stand in his way? Will he ever leave the hell of Purgatory and be reunited with his wife Catherine?

Painkiller Hell & Damnation is a fast-paced, thrilling modern remake of an all-action shooter classic!


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Platform for Display: PlayStation3Edition: Standard Edition Verified Purchase
Owned the original on the PC, loved it but was broken any save file beyond a certain point would corrupt the save file. So looked forward to this when noticed on PS3.

Played for about an hour local multiplayer and I have to admit I am undecided, compared to the PC just does not seem as manic.

Weapon selection is annoying, they should have made L1 / R1 filter weapons instead you have to filter with one button, R1 and yet both L1 and X are assigned to both jump... which is hardly ever needed.

If you are looking for an FPS inspired by old school game play inspired by quake and doom ( no iron sights, able to walk around with loads of mad guns all at once, tons of ammo and 1000's of enemies charging you and pumped up music ) then get it, serious sam just wasn't a touch on 1 and 2 and this has the benefit of split screen play, and more entertaining firepower.
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The first person shooter has been a dominant force in gaming for over 20 years; ever since ‘Wolfenstein’ morphed into the likes of ‘Doom’ and ‘Quake’. These earlier FPS were action packed and pretty crazy; you ran around and shot everything that moved. The multiplayer aspects of ‘Call of Duty’ may suggest things have not moved on much, but in fact they have a lot. Story and subtle movement are far more key. However, there are still fans of the 90s FPS glory days who just want a game that will allow them to run and gun. For these people they can now play ‘Painkiller: Hell and Damnation’ on console, but do they really want to?

‘Painkiller’ is a very old fashioned shooter that cannot hide its roots as an older PC shooter spruced up for the modern market. However, not that spruced up. This is a game that harks back to the days of the Quake style engine that provided any colour known to man, as long as it was in a shade of brown. The game just looks depressing and boxy. The old fashioned feel of the game also continues in level and control design. The character is far too fast and feels like he would be played best with a mouse and keyboard, not a joy pad. The levels also feel very late 90s, early 00s, with the boxy nature of the maps and endless corridors.

As someone who loved ‘Half Life 2’ and later ‘Bioshock’ I think gaming has moved on since the days of games like ‘Painkiller’. However, there will be some people who with love the senseless shooting of ‘Painkiller’. I am not one of these people. Having endless enemies running at me with poor AI is not my idea of fun and if it was, I would play the openly insane ‘Serious Sam’ games instead. ‘Painkiller’ is a long buried game that should have remained 6 feet under because this version is a bit smelly and flaky round the edges.
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Platform for Display: PlayStation3Edition: Standard Edition Verified Purchase
The gameplay is really fun and the level design is great, demon killing on the optimized Unreal 3 engine.
The movement is soo perfect and fast with the classic B-Hop feature old school games have. There's many weapons and they have cool secondary fire options. The music suits the game very well and the sound effects are great. I can't really fault the game it's really that fun and even more playing story mode with a friend :)
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I had never heard of this game and only brought it because my game collection was starting to look thin.

I'll start by saying that in this present time, the game is total trash... However holds a certain novelty to it. it takes you back to all the FPS games that were on PS2. it lacks the realistic-ness in the characters movements which means i can focus less time on my aiming because i dont have to worry about the characters body catching with with my next decision.

For the price its definitely worth a buy. Even if you don't play it its bound to end up being a hit at a party as it just an easily contolled FPS shooter game with demons and skeletons.
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Platform for Display: PlayStation3Edition: Standard Edition
This game's one and only draw is the old school FPS temperament it employs. It's cheap, ugly, loud and repetitive. There is a reason I think they don't make games like this anymore though, and that's because they are not very good. I like all genres of games and will give anything a fair go but Painkiller did nothing but bore and frustrate me. The music that kicks in anytime there are enemies to slay is annoying and gave me a headache; the environments are bland and uninspired; you move far too fast, almost like you are controlling someone who is on skates; there is no enemy AI to speak of, all just simply run straight at you or get stuck behind scenery; there's lots of backtracking across areas with nothing much to do other than shoot hordes of unconvincing enemies; the weapons, while fun, don't handle great or feel right and the lack of iron sights is a pain; the coin/tarot card system added nothing for me and collecting orbs from vanquished foes is also rendered a farce given the fast speed you move around and the time delay from your enemies death to the orb released.
All in all this is a poor effort that offers little and is so repetitive it hurts. If you like games that offer no pace, no deviation, inspiration or innovation and will reduce you to a simpleton hammering the same buttons and repeating the same tired actions over and over again, then you are on to a winner. Everyone else avoid.
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