Painkiller Hell & Damnation - The Clock Strikes Meat Night DLC

Third party DRM: Steam

This game requires a free Steam account to play.

Customer notes

Requires Painkiller Hell & Damnation (base game) to use this DLC.

Description

When the clock strikes midnight, it's meat night in Daniel's hemisphere. Although the edibility of demon flesh still has to be explored for the bigger part of mankind, Daniel knows that one already. Join Daniel in his newest adventure of carnival carnage...


Key Features

  • Dual weapons upgrade - that's right, Daniel had steroids for breakfast over the past weeks. The following weapons are available for Akimbo in Singleplayer and Coop: Minigun, Shotgun, Stakegun, Electrodriver.

  • New Tarot Card: Health Stealer - Daniel is now leeching life out of his foes and you know what that means, right? This makes Daniel the Perpetuum Mobile of Death, that's for sure.

  • Expansion of the Single player and Cooperative gameplay: new actions, secret areas, usable mechanisms, more enemy variations.

  • New enemies: Loki, Ninja, Leper Monk.

  • New unique character set: Lepers (medieval zombies).

  • New Environmental Weapon: Meat Mine (the head of a dismembered Leper explodes as a mine after being shot with a weapon).

  • 2 singleplayer maps (Bridge, Asylum) expanded with content:

    Asylum: Underground/sewers section of the size of the original map has been added to the level "Teleport to insanity": after beating the level in the "original" way, Daniel is thrown into a maze of mirrors, teleporting him between various sections, leading to a massive outdoor slaughter-fest.

    Bridge: Huge new Winter Town from the World War II era has been added to the original map. Zombie soldiers and tanks are still on patrol. Boss fight has been added. According to rumours it's got something to do with gas tanks

  • New gameplay elements: Cart-chase and cable railway now have to be fought actively

  • 1 singleplayer map (Town) remade and adapted: Combat actions are rearranged, additional enemies (Templars) appear there.

Customer reviews

80

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.