In the mood for some more Hell and Damnation? Good news then - the fourth DLC for Painkiller Hell & Damnation is now available. Entitled Full Metal Rocket, the DLC will net purchasers a goodly amount of content, as requested by the players. This includes HD remakes of three classic maps (called Mines, Meatless, and Blink) which can be played in a variety of modes (Survival, Team Deathmatch, Capture the Flag, and a new Survival mode), new skins, a new weapon, and one all-new HD map.
With all the news about DLC for the months-old PC version of Painkiller: Hell & Damnation as well as collector's editions for the console releases, Mac and Linux gamers might feel a bit left out. But Nordic Games wants to remind you that hell and damnation can be shared by everyone, regardless of operating system. Releasing this spring, Painkiller: Hell & Damnation will finally make its way to both Mac and Linux! To quote the official announcement: "muaaaaaahahahahahahaha".
Painkiller: Hell and Damnation has been one of those games that gives its love to PC gamers first, console players later. The game hit Windows late last year and has already had a patch and two pieces of DLC to spruce up the experience. While the console versions won't hit until April, publisher Nordic Games plans on keeping the experience as parallel as possible. Case in point: Painkiller: Hell & Damnation Collector's Edition for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
Painkiller: Hell & Damnation has received a fresh batch of premium DLC adding in new maps, news enemies, and a brand new survival mode for you to play with your co-op partner. The maps for survival now have a set progression to them and they also include environmental hazards that you can ensnare enemies in.
Painkiller Hell & Damnation was released last year on the PC, rebooting a franchise that old school shooter fans had fond memories of. While it wasn't the greatest shooter we played, the two player co-op gave it some legs and added to the chaos that was set before you. Now console gamers are going to get to try their hands with weapons like the stake gun as hundreds of enemies attempt to bring you down in this horror-esque setting.
In old patch news: Painkiller: Hell and Damnation was patched earlier this month. There were a few nice fixes for the co-op mode. It pales in comparison to the 2100 word patch notes for Assassin's Creed 3, but it should resolve quite a few issues.
Painkiller: Hell and Damnation is an all new game set in the universe created by the 2004 classic PC title Painkiller. The game is being developed by Polish Studio, The Farm 51 and is set for release next week on PC and in January on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. It's an old school FPS at heart throwing wave after wave of baddies at you with no where to go for cover. The original game was famous for the "stake gun" - a weapon that allowed you to impale enemies on large wooden spikes and stick them to various objects - we're happy to report its back.
Halloween is meant to be the scariest night of the year, so what better day to launch the PC version of Painkiller: Hell & Damnation? Personally, I find that after some great Halloween parties it is November 1st that Painkillers come in handy the most, but who am I to tell Nordic Games what to do?
The Farm 51's Painkiller reboot, Painkiller: Hell and Damnation, needs beta testers. The over-the-top first person shooter of the hellpocalypse requires your mad gaming skillz. Join protagonist Daniel Garner, who I'll simply refer to as "Painkiller," and his barefoot lady friend as they destroy the minions of hell with an assortment of diabolical weaponry.
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