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‘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.
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
Inferior to the first oneTGAlan | 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 Redemption is a dull attempt at make money of a solid franchise, and it shows: outdated visuals, frustrated gameplay, lots of bugs and an overall absence of fun.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.
Good Game but Needs Improvementthegaminglyfe | 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.
Good game but with some failurekalil | June 8, 2013 | See all kalil's reviews »
The game I really loved but has the odd bug that should be resolved as soon as possible, the ia not very good but it was expected of a serious sam style games. In my opinion is a great game but with the odd failure like that in the 3rd level you get to a part that leave many enemies and people who came to that part was saying it was impossible because aparecian infinite enemies and that's a lie, in reality is that they put a lot of enemies but they are not unlimited. It's a great game that needs a patch these mistakes solutions
Could use some improvement, but fun if you enjoy the seriesSupraballs | May 25, 2013 | See all Supraballs's reviews »
I like games that aren't that great. I'll say this falls perfectly into that category. It's a shoot-em-up and you'll get to experience some dark and demented places in the game, but it is incredibly repetitive and stale. I like the new Painkiller much better but if you want to follow the series, give this game a go. Don't expect anything mind blowing though as it's a typical shooter.
Action frantic and addictivemutsuriini | May 23, 2013 | See all mutsuriini's reviews »
The first time I played a Painkiller parecion an entertaining game with many secrets but as easy, Painkiller: Redemption collects the best of the Painkiller and difficulty increases, this ceases to be a walk in the park for a game of old school are those who are surprised by these days. My recommendation is: if you want a game with addictive gameplay this is your game