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The critically-acclaimed and award-winning FPS franchise is back! Packed with tons of fast-paced, adrenaline-fueled single player and multiplayer action, Painkiller Overdose brings with it 6 innovative new demonic weapons, mind-bending physics, lightning-player maps, over 40 demented and sickly-twisted monsters from Hell and gigantic end bosses that will blow your mind!
A prequel to the eventual sequel that bridges the storyline and ties up wandering ends.
Overdose introduces a new character and storyline that examines the repercussions of Daniel defeating Lucifer in the original Painkiller!
16 NEW levels of fast-paced pain-killing action!
Six NEW demonic weapons grant the powers of a demi-god to souls awaiting damnation everywhere! Crafted and designed completely by Mindware Studios; long-time advocates and fans of the game. A reshuffled Tarot deck infuses Belial with new powers and devastating combinations.
Over 40 demented and sickly-twisted monsters from Hell.
New End Bosses of colossal statures standing guard over Hell's crumbling domain and the entrances to the other realms!
A revitalized commitment to multiplayer introduces a series of stats tracking features and game server options intended to revamp the multiplayer experience.
Multiplayer compatibility with original Painkiller multiplayer maps and game modes!
A fan made expansion pack (Stand alone)britishlad | May 13, 2013 | See all britishlad's reviews »
Painkiller Overdose is a fan made Stand alone expansion pack. The game is alot of fun and is enjoyable throughout but it's still the same engine and same gameplay - nothing has really changed since the first game. Many of the same enemies make a return, along with some new ones, some new weapons and 16 new levels. The graphics still hold up pretty well and the sound effects as well.. The music is downgraded somewhat to a just ambient most of the time. It's worth you're time if you are a fan of the Painkiller franchise and it's definitley worth it at a cheap price