Scary Good Choice For The CampaignAzrael360 | Nov. 5, 2015 | See all Azrael360's reviews »
The DLC #2: The Clock Strikes Meat Night, is a good choice for players who prefer to play alone because is mostly focused on single player. For a good price, it adds one new level (a town) and expands two previously included levels in the game: the asylum and the bridge. It also adds the option to dual-wield a few weapons, a couple of new enemies, and some minor but good new items. Their designs are great and scary, and the action is top notch. You can find the new levels in the Campaign menu, in the DLC Levels section. It's a good DLC for a great game, with all the known over-the-top action from the series. A really good deal, don't miss it.
It's cheap, adds a lot and is loads of fun!alphalegion | Feb. 24, 2013 | See all alphalegion's reviews »
The Painkiller series has always been a favourite to me. It combines retro-style arena shooter mechanics, with brilliant elements of comic horror and sinister gothic themes, and Painkiller Hell and Damnation was no exception, but what about its DLC? One thing that was certainly lacking in the game before was the ability to duel wield weapons. Now, look no further! The extension onto the single player campaign is good too. It doesn’t add a huge amount, but certainly enough to justify the price. The over-all quality of the DLC is nothing to scream and shout about, but it really does add a lot to the game, and is certainly worth picking up if you already have the game, or are planning on investing in the series.