Painkiller: Redemption

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Description

‘Painkiller – Redemption’, the newest addition to the Painkiller Universe. Continue the story of Daniel and Belial as they joined forces for the first time to end the bloody conflict between heaven and hell. You will discover all new maps, fight off literally thousands of demonic fiends, and lose yourself in the intense gameplay rounded off with an absorbing heavy metalsoundtrack.

The newest addon brings the Painkiller franchise back to its roots. Breathtaking action, thousands of monsters and exotic weapons are a solid foundation for a Painkiller game.

The game also features a tactical component; while reaching your objectives in each level, you unlock Tarot Cards, which will soon prove to be very helpful. In additional to that, collecting souls of fallen enemies will temporarily transform you into a mighty demon.


Key features:

  • Collect souls to transform into a demon

  • Better graphics with detailed ambience

  • Over 6000 enemies, more than any previous Painkiller game

  • Equip yourself with powerful tarot cards which can be found in secret rooms

  • Up to 1000 monsters per map to ensure an intense battle with the army of hell

  • Two heroes – play the characters Belial and Daniel

  • Better AI – there is nowhere to hide; enemies will get you

Customer reviews

45

Wouldn't even call it Iteration

drakso | May 15, 2014 | See all drakso's reviews »

For the most part painkiller games are awesome and pretty simple. You shoot, things explode and fall apart and you and up with a very satisfying face. But some of the games take that concept for granted. Much like this one. The sections are very small and the enemies that come at you is always ludicrous. The enemy types are not spawned gradually and there is not really that much ammunition for you to fight the huge hordes of enemies. It is sort of fun shooting game but nothing compared to the first.

74

Nice

SAAREDS | April 14, 2014 | See all SAAREDS's reviews »

Very clingy, and really inferior to the first installment in the series. Redemption is a dull attempt at make money of a solid franchise, and it shows: outdated visuals, frustrated gameplay, lots of bugs and an overall absence of fun. Not recommended.

88

One of my favorite franchises

k0zmo | Feb. 3, 2014 | See all k0zmo's reviews »

I have always liked this franchise, you have loads of guns, you get waves of demons and you can shoot them into pieces. Some times it might be a little bit harder tho. It's old school enough, but the engine is not bad at all, doesn't feel old, also the graphics are more than decent! Some people say it's repetitive, yes, it is repetitive. But wasn't Serious Sam repetitive ? Or Duke Nukem? And yet there were some of the greatest games ever!

65

Inferior to the first one

TGAlan | July 7, 2013 | See all TGAlan's reviews »

Very clingy, and really inferior to the first installment in the series. Redemption is a dull attempt at make money of a solid franchise, and it shows: outdated visuals, frustrated gameplay, lots of bugs and an overall absence of fun. Not recommended.

78

Good Game but Needs Improvement

thegaminglyfe | June 20, 2013 | See all thegaminglyfe's reviews »

Painkiller Redemption follows the same formula as all the other Painkiller games and it still has the same addicting old school FPS feel to it. The graphics are improved but barely, it really is something you won't actually notice unless you look closely. The game sounds good and each weapon sounds very nice. The game needs some improvement in different places. The AI is pretty bad and the level design is very repetitive. If you love the Painkiller series, don't miss out on this.