Evil has returned! Demonic powers are manifesting themselves as a myriad of dark creatures, fighting over the fates of imprisoned souls caught in Purgatory.
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Release Date: Oct 31, 2012

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"Painkiller Hell & Damnation reboots with great graphics, more polish, and a lot of demons to purge."
Gaming Bolt 9/10

"The combination of fantastic weapon design, music, gore and physics make being Hell’s janitor one of the best things you could be this Halloween."
Mature-gaming.com 4.5/5

"Farm 51 has put Painkiller back on its pedestal."
Destructoid 8/10

About This Game

Heaven's Hitman is Back... With a Vengeance

Evil has returned! Demonic powers are manifesting themselves as a myriad of dark creatures, fighting over the fates of imprisoned souls caught in Purgatory.

Once again, it is up to Daniel Garner, in the unenviable position of being the Curse of Darkness and the Toy of Light, to fight his way past hordes of demons and fiends.

Questions remain… “Can he stop the powerful creatures that stand in his way? Will he ever leave the hell of Purgatory and be reunited with his wife Catherine?”

Painkiller Hell & Damnation is a fast-paced, thrilling modern remake of an all-action shooter Classic!

Key features

  • 100 % UNCUT version in all languages
  • A modern remake of the Classic shooters, Painkiller and Battle Out Of Hell
  • 15 adrenaline filled levels, including 4 Boss levels
  • Includes a special Halloween level
  • Over 30 of the nastiest, darkest creatures from Hell
  • Devastating and unique arsenal of weapons
  • Singleplayer and Co-operative Campaigns spread across 4 Chapters
  • PvP and PvE Multiplayer modes
  • The soundtrack is forged in the same furnace as the weapons: heavy metal
  • Powered by Unreal Engine 3®
  • Steamworks fully integrated
Key Anti-Features (you know… the ones that make life EASY):
  • NO Kill-streak bonuses or airstrikes
  • NO auto-heal
  • NO AK-47, NO M16 or that sort of sh*t; just a healthy dose of .666 calibre weapons!

System Requirements

Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • OS: Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista/7
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2Ghz / AMD Athlon 64 X2 equivalent
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 8600 / ATI Radeon HD 2600XT (256 MB)
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 5 GB HD space
    • Sound: DirectX Compatible
    • OS: Windows Vista/7
    • Processor: 2.4 GHz Quad Core processor
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GTX/ATI Radeon HD 4850 (512+ MB)
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 5 GB HD space
    • Sound: DirectX Compatible
    • OS: OS X version 10.6.3 or later
    • Processor: 2 GHz Dual Core Intel CPU
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: nVidia GeForce GT 9600M/320M, or ATI (AMD) Radeon HD 4670 with 256 MB VRAM. Intel integrated GPUs are not supported
    • Hard Drive: 5 GB HD space
    • Network: Internet (TCP/IP) connection
    • Additional: These specs are still being determined.
    • OS: OS X version 10.7 or later
    • Processor: 2.4 GHz QuadCore Intel CPU
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: nVidia 9800/260, or ATI (AMD) Radeon HD 4870 with 512 MB VRAM. Intel integrated GPUs are not supported
    • Hard Drive: 5 GB HD space
    • Network: Internet (TCP/IP) connection
    • Additional: These specs are still being determined.
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2Ghz / AMD Athlon 64 X2 equivalent
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 8600 / ATI Radeon HD 2600XT (256 MB)
    • Hard Drive: 5 GB HD space
    • Additional: These specs are still being determined.
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04/13.04, Linux Mint 14 & 15 (64-bit)
    • Processor: 2.4 GHz Quad Core processor
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GTX/ATI Radeon HD 4850 (512+ MB)
    • Hard Drive: 5 GB HD space
    • Additional: These specs are still being determined.
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Most Helpful Reviews  In the past 30 days
1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
0.4 hrs on record
Posted: October 8
If you ever played Painkiller years ago, and want to rekindle that experience, get this game. If you have not played Painkiller and are into shooters that are fast paced with some progression choices, you may like this game also. The game has a unique soundtrack, which most will either love or hate. Check out my gameplay video below!

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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
11.5 hrs on record
Posted: October 22
Just came from playing DOOM and Shadow Warrior 2. Much faster than either of those games, but wouldn't say it's better by any means. But reminds me how "twitchy" these old games dedicated only for the pc played. But here's the thing, this isn't completely the old Painkiller with updated graphics, it's got some new levels and probably removed some of the older levels. Problem is these new levels suck and the enemies suck as well. There are levels in a children's school, circus parks that are new, but children and clown zombies aren't the kind of enemies that the orignal Painkiller had it going for itself. They mess with the serious tone of the original base game Painkiller although some of its expansion packs had funny enemies as well. But overall game's still got the same solid gunplay and it's fun to shoot even if it isn't as good as the original Painkiller. I got it for a dollar so I'm not gonna thumb it down.
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269 of 336 people (80%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
18.7 hrs on record
Posted: January 13, 2014
Hell & Damnation (H&D) is an old school shooter with little in the way of a story (basically the protagonist died in a car crash and the Devil promises to reunite him with his wife if he collects literally thousands of souls), but with lots of gory killing. Every time you kill one of the hell spawn using a variety of exotic looking weapons, for example a wooden stake gun that skewers enemies to walls. The projectile can be more effective againts larger enemies if shot from a distance as it will eventually catch fire and do more damage. All of the weapons in the Painkiller franchise have a secondary fire mode and in this case the secondary fire (using the RMB) mode (accessed by using the right mouse button) see's a grenade launched, which explodes on impact if you hit an enemy directly. There are also other weapons such as the electro driver that shoots shurikens and releases lightning if you use the secondary fire, there's a rocket launcher and chaingun combo. Hell & Damnation also has a new gun called the soulcatcher, which shoots blades and the secondary fire shoots a beam that catches souls, which makes it easier to retrieve them. When using the primary and secondary fire in combination you can force an enemy to fight for you. Then there's the ubiquitous default weapon, the painkiller, a saw like weapon that can chop an opponent in half, or, if used correctly mince them to shreds; it's secondary fire shoots out a blade, which when fired at a wall creates an energy beam between the weapon and the blade that slices through anything in its path. Very useful in creating a barrier between you and the oncoming wave of hell spawn if the blade and energy beam are placed correctly. If you continue to use the secondary weapon on a already dead enemy shooting at it several times will produce a gold coin (this is commonly called Monster Juggling) . Once a hell spawn is dead it will disappear and leave a soul behind, which appears as a bright mist which you have to collect quickly before it dissipates. (using the soulcatcher can greatly help in this regard). A couple of the dlc for this game also includes new weapons called The Morgenstern and The Cannon.

There's virtually no end to the waves of these spawn attacking you from start to finish as you travel through the various area's of the game; (there are 4 chapters divided into 14 stages). The story has been changed slightly from the original game, but it's still just a tweaked version of Painkiller Black.

The developers have basically cut out chapters from the original Painkiller Black and released them as dlc. The total price of these dlc is almost £40 when not on sale and the basic game costs another £17.99, plus you can buy an upgrade to the deluxe edition which includes some extra's that were never included with the original game for example tarot cards.

To be honest, no matter how much I enjoyed playing this game, I'd advise anyone strapped for cash to get the Painkiller Black edition, which is basically the same game (includes the original game plus the first expansion 'Battle out of Hell' ). The main difference between the two is Hell & Damnation has better graphics, but they aren't worlds apart considering the original is 10 years old now, and definitely doesn't justify the extortionate price of the upgraded Hell & Damnation. Painkiller Black may not have the soulcatcher or the two new weapons included with the dlc, but its much better value for money at only £10. In the sales you can get this game for as little as £2.50.

If you get the deluxe upgrade or buy the tarot cards separately they can add an extra layer of gameplay. They are used to unlock perks when you meet certain conditions during play which can enhance combat. The game also has a cooperative mode which is quite fun. In this mode you must collect all souls otherwise some enemy come back to life.

If you're a fan of the original series, you'll probably buy this, otherwise I advise stick with the Black Edition, it's far better value for money.

Painkiller Black gameplay video HERE

Hell & Damnation game play video HERE

You can see that the updated version has a little more atmosphere, for example in the graveyard the mist is deeper and the graphics are sharper, the weapons look shinier etc, otherwise it looks virtually the same.

If you are a regular player you probably won't get more than around 5 hours of game play out of this title.
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147 of 184 people (80%) found this review helpful
24 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
10.1 hrs on record
Posted: January 8, 2015
Painkiller Hell & Damnation is a good exemple of not what to do in an HD remake :
1. Rewrite the whole story so it could reach Necrovision's mediocrity.
2. Cut the original campaign in half and turn the lenghty acts into short one.
3. Remove some bosses from the original and replace them by lot of mini-bosses.
4. Replace Lucifer (the last boss) by a boring and annoying Grim Reaper.
5. Sell the game for 20 bucks and sell all the missing maps with DLC.

Do not buy Painkiller. You're better buying painkillers at the drug store.
I felt lot of pain playing this game and now I regret it because I have no medication to relief the pain...

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136 of 171 people (80%) found this review helpful
43.4 hrs on record
Posted: February 7, 2014
For a start, this game is an absolute copy of the original Painkiller, and because of that, especially If you're new to the franchise, I'd strongly recommend getting Painkiller - Black Edition instead of this. Reasoning? The original one (here it is on Steam) has 24 levels + 10 amazing bonus expansion levels, compared to 14 of Hell and Damnation, which were taken from different parts of the original game. That's much more content for a lesser price. Besides, the original Painkiller has the best credits theme ever, but that's just for my taste. But, if you're here for a bit better graphics and steam achievements, Hell and Damnation is probably your game of choice. OR IS IT?

The graphics look almost exactly the same. I have no idea how the developer managed to do that, but the remade game feels and looks exactly the same as the original. Good work on that. Yes, the shaders are better, maybe some extra lightning and bump-mapping.. but during your regular non-stop bunnyhopping demon hunting you don't really have a chance to admire that beauty, so I wouldn't say Hell and Damnation is worth buying if you're only looking for a fancy picture. Unreal Engine 3 works great and provides with a smooth picture here, but there are other games around which look much better and on which I'm not rambling here because they're not Painkiller.

As for the sound of H&D, it is solid metal great. Mostly original Painkiller music tracks with a few new ones, which sound very fitting too. All ingame sounds, including shooting and growling, are done very nicely too. My only concern is the lack of a cool vocal credits theme.

[Achievements and Multiplayer]
You're not going to 100% this game achievementwise, unless you're ready to buy a whole package of odd dlcs, and convince at least some of your friends of buying that game to play multiplayer together. Yep, it's pretty deserted in mp, but you can always go for some coop walkthrough. As for the dlcs, I've heard that the one called 'Heaven's Above' adds a bird's eye view, how cool is that? Yeah, pretty absurd, but I don't think you need to buy this particular dlc for any achievements, so there's at least that.

[Gameplay and Plot]
The gameplay is really brisk, as expected from a Painkiller game. You're jumping around and killing tons of running towards you enemies, fun times! Hell and Damnation actually added 1 new weapon, which allows you to collect souls from a distance, and that's a pretty interesting new feature. Other than that, you have your old reliable shotty, stakes, and all the rest of the original Painkiller and Painkiller: BOH (the expansion) weapons. As for the plot, this game has traditionally close to none, so don't even try finding any sense or hidden messages here. Daniel is good, daemons are bad, go kill them, that's all you need to know.

After beating Hell and Damnation on the last difficulty, I realized, that it's Hellishly easy. And I'm not being overly-hardcore here, but playing it on Nightmare seems to be the most proper way of getting at least some sort of a challenge and the good old Painkiller experience. The unlockable Trauma difficulty doesn't really add much to it, provided you managed to get through the previous one and got all of the cards. The Tarot Cards unlocking process is also sort of simplified: most of the times you don't even have to look up your Tarot unlocking conditions, and you still 'achieve' a card or two by the end of the level. The original Painkiller game had something much tougher than that. Like a no-hit Tarot challenge.

Painkiller: H&D is a fun game, which ends just before you can get bored of it. The only big concern is the price of the game, which bites a lot, especially if you want to get the full package with every level and achievement available. H&D offers less content than the original Black Edition, but it has a bunch of extra sweets, like an extra halloween cemetary level, or easter eggs hunting, which is pretty awesome, because that's actually something new. If you manage to get your hands on H&D (and it's dlcs) during a sale, it's most likely worth your while and you're in for a hellishly fun ride!
Or just go and buy it now, we need more people in multiplayer :P
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71 of 78 people (91%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
12.6 hrs on record
Posted: June 8, 2014
I have not played Painkiller since it first came out in 2004 and thought I would give this remake a try. It seems that Painkiller really has not changed all that much since I last remember playing it.

Hell & Damnation keeps the spirit of the original gameplay and adds some new features, such as an upgrade to Unreal 3, new story line, and Steamworks integration. Unfortunately it also seems to have a bit of a downgrade in the amount of campaign content. I remember Painkiller having twice as many levels as Hell & Damnation. What has happened is that half of the original levels were chosen to be included into the campaign and then the remainder were added-in via DLC. This really takes a lot of the value out of the game as the original was twice as long and less expensive.

The game has stuck to it's original formula with little change. The epic boss fights are still there. Guns still feel great and the alt-fire modes give plenty of ways to dispatch hell's minions and the heavy metal soundtrack is as heavy hitting as the weapons. The levels appear mostly the same as they were before and little has changed other than a few minor things here-and-there.

I have also noticed a change in the voicing of Daniel Garner in this game. It appears that John St. John (of Duke Nukem fame) does the voice acting for Daniel in Hell & Damnation. I kept expecting to hear Duke one-liners every time I heard him talk!

Overall the game was fun to play though I am dissapointed with the decision to remove half of the original content and repackage it as DLC. I was fortunate to get Hell & Damnation as part of a bundle deal and purchased the DLC during a Steam sale at 80% off. I would recommend Hell & Damnation if you can get it on sale. Otherwise if you don't mind missing the visual upgrade to the Unreal 3 engine and the Steamworks bits, then Painkiller Black Edition is a better deal since it contains all of the original Painkiller content at less than the H&D price.
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70 of 77 people (91%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
27.2 hrs on record
Posted: May 6, 2015
First of all, if you've never played Painkiller before DO NOT GET THIS GAME. I reccommend starting with Painkiller black as you get all the original 24 levels (including the last level which was cut from this game).

Painkiller Hell And Damnation feels drastically differrent from the other games in the series, sure it's an HD remake of Painkiller Black but despite it's surprisingly accurate level design, this game uses a completely differrent engine to the original game, and that's not a good thing.

The original Painkiller used the Pain engine. The Pain engine was designed specifically for Painkiller to make it perform at 60fps with decent graphics (excellent visuals though despite the dated engine) to keep the fast paced gameplay and havoc physics running smoothly.

Painkiller Hell And Damnation on the other hand uses the Unreal engine. As such a graphical improvement is to be expected... but for the most part, Painkiller Hell And Damnation just doesn't deliver in this department, some levels are just lazily recreated as if they were just copy/pasted (i'm looking at you Colosseum), most levels, whilst clearly show signs of improvement (particularly in the clutter and terrain) feel kind of lackluster. You have to remember that Hell And Damnation is NOT a HD port and sometimes it really feels like it is. Sure some levels recieved clear improvements and look so much better, Opera House and Train Station to name a few but i still find that there is a lot of room for improvement.

In addition to these issues, the Unreal engine synchronizes poorly with the gameplay, it's like a completely differrent game. Quickturning whilst bunnyhopping isn't as smooth as it was with the Pain engine and this is noticable right from the start, the game feels very rough around the edges. To make things worse, the hitboxes for the enemies are insane. Whilst they did increase the hitbox for the Painkiller's combo attack (about damn time), the enemies hitboxes are ridiculous, they can hit you so easily it's not even funny. This has led to some horrible difficulty spikes. I can run through Cemetary in Painkiller Black on Trauma without many problems. Playing Cenetary on Nightmare on the other hand was painful to do because of the hitboxes and the sheer speed of the enemies. This means that melee enemies are insanely tough and it also makes for some nasty difficulty spikes. Sure the original Painkiller's difficulty curve didn't win any awards but lets face it, after the first two levels it got harder and the difficulty went up from there. The first level, Cemetary is supposed to be an introductory level so surely it's easier than level 2. Wrong!

In fact, to make things worse, you don't even have the Painkiller for level 1, you have to get it in level 2. So if you run out of ammo, your only other option is to suck the enemies souls one by one till they're dead. One of the greatest things about the Painkiller is that it was versitile but to remove it from the first level removed an important learning curve for the player. I swear i died so many times on Cenetary it's laughable... and that was on Nightmare. In the original game i can breeze through it easily on Trauma and that is simply because of the way the engine works in Hell And Damnation. It's horrible. Put simply, the gameplay in Painkiller Hell And Damnation is the worst in the series. Sure Painkiller Ressurrection had godawful level design but at least they didn't ♥♥♥♥ with the gameplay. After all it was a mod using the Pain engine which was used to make the gameplay for the original Painkiller so what do you expect?

So why do i reccommend this game? Simply because of it's DLC. Put simply if you're going to get this, you'll probably want to get the complete collection on sale. Painkiller Hell And Damnation certainly isn't bad, just not as good as the original. Like i said, some of the re-worked levels look really nice but the majority of the effort was put into the DLC. Asylum and Snowy Bridge are drastically differrent from the original game and to play them you need Hell and Damnation and they are honestly worth playing. Now believe me, i hate what they did with the DLC and i highly encourage you do not support this practice. If you see the complete collection for sale cheap though, i'd say go for it since you're getting the DLC packs with it only having paid a fraction of the cost. Do not buy the DLC separately though, i can't stress this enough!!!
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104 of 129 people (81%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
7.3 hrs on record
Posted: March 27, 2014
Hell and Damnation is the remake of the original Painkiller game and its first expansion pack released 10 years ago. As it is a remake it offers better graphics and better sound effects and music. And of course we now have achievements! This I would normally say is a really good thing as you can practically relive the experience you had with the vanilla game. This is good, right? We should bow before Farm 51 and Nordic Games for making this possible, am I right?

Unfortunately, no. I do not really have anything against DLCs but when DLCs are required to have the full gaming experience I consider it a mistake. What happen here is that Hell and Damnation offers only half of the campaign. In fact, while these had a theme in the original game and were divided up properly into chapters we now have a mess. A rather weird mix of levels and as half of them are missing you can spend more money to obtain all the missing stages. They did create some new levels and boss battles and weapons and also enemy types but these I believe were completely unnecessary.

If Farm 51 had just remade all levels and released them at once without having to stick with DLCs I would have easily recommended this game. If you do not mind spending some extra money then perhaps you may find the remake interesting. Otherwise, pick up the Black Edition of the vanilla game and complete it once more and leave this version to those who are new to the franchise so they may not be deterred by this version.
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67 of 82 people (82%) found this review helpful
5.4 hrs on record
Posted: October 14, 2013
+ Painkiller all in HD
+ Lovely Graphics
+ Gorgeous Music
+ Infrequent free content patches
- Incomplete (maybe it needs to be finished? but not with DLC please :s)
- Occasional glitches and crashes
- DLC, DLC, DLC, did I mention DLC?
- Majority of game has missing levels which can only be finished by paying cash (DLC?!).

I would recommend this if you were rich off your behind, other than the amount of DLC available I would say it is a good game but has too many flaws.

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108 of 153 people (71%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
30.6 hrs on record
Posted: December 18, 2013
In 2004, Painkiller rocked the FPS world with it's Serious Sam-esque action in a Doom like atmosphere, complimented with face-melting metal music. But the rule of cool can only carry you so far, and subsequent expansions and sequels either failed to match the spirit of the original or just didn't deliver anything we hadn't seen before. Unfortunately, Hell and Damnation is just another such title. It doesn't even know if it wants to be a reboot or a sequel, and the vaunted new graphics aren't even anything to write home about in this day and age.

Campaign mode is woefully short, should only take you the best part of a day or two unless you invest in any of the DLC, which only serves to bulk the game up to what it should have been in the first place. There's also apparently a multiplayer mode featuring all the usual modes like Capture the Flag. Is it any good? Does anybody besides me even play this anymore?

The best any Painkiller veteran can hope for playing through this expecting the old buzz will be a feeling of mostly "... meh." I feel like returning to the wife I've come to despise whenever I get sucked back into this grasping on to that hope. Granted, maybe this will attract a newer generation to the series in time for the next installment, Painkiller: Oh Bloody Hell, Give It a Rest

Anything else? Um, there's a moth in here with me.
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7.1 hrs
Posted: October 10
✔✔✔said it all...
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Zaydon Shiro
8.3 hrs
Posted: October 6
I like this game. I found out about if by an underappreciated Youtuber named AKindAleWar, and it peaked my interest. I bought the collection on sale, sadly this was the only one with controller support. People say it's a bad remaster, and me never playing the original, that might be the case. But this game on its own is great. The soundtrack is great and the killing is awesome. I have not tried CoOp, nor do I intend to, but who needs it? This game is fun and addicting and i love it.
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4.0 hrs
Posted: October 2
Nice remake, has the atmosphere of the original
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Barrfind V.
1.8 hrs
Posted: September 28
Powered by Epic's world renowned and highly respected Unreal Engine 3, Painkiller Hell&Damnation recreates the sensations and hardcore gameplay of the original Painkiller. Keeping true to the old school FPS ideology, lightning fast movement enables skillful players to get into the heart of the fast paced gameplay, topped off with stunning enormous boss fights.
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4.0 hrs
Posted: September 24
This remake of 'Painkiller' is fantastic, the graphics, the monster remakes, the boss remakes, the highly detailed maps, the faster frame rates, and smoother gameplay, the improvement cutscenes, and CGI.

This is well worth getting. The music is also cool.
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3.6 hrs
Posted: September 24
it sure brings good memories to be able to play this game but this time with a friend and just killing everything for hours just for fun. Whoever played the Painkiller series already knows that this game is mind numbingly good for just killing, killing and killing.
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7.6 hrs
Posted: September 24
Insanely fun CO-OP experience ever!

A really good remaster for such a good game, now with coop campaign!

9/10 - "Some kind of Doom but coop"
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Your Dad's Gay Lover
1.3 hrs
Posted: September 23
It's fun, but keep in mind that you only get like half the game. If you want the other half, you gotta buy those dlcs - all 300 of them. Also, it's kinda different than the original Painkiller - not much, but you'll notice if you play both.
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