GodisaGeek: "There are quite a few new additions to Painkiller: Hell & Damnation with The Clock Strikes Meat Night, but nothing that’s going to change anyone’s minds about the polarising shooter. If you’re a fan of the Painkiller games, specifically the latest reboot of the franchise, then you’re more than likely going to jump at the chance to play more of the game. If you’re on the other end of the love it/hate it scale, then you’re unlikely to have your feelings altered by what, at a passing glance, seems like a mediocre attempt at single-player DLC. As far as DLC goes – and ignoring which game it’s for – you’re getting about as much content as you would expect: a couple of hours of gameplay, some additional weapons and enemy types and some new power-ups. It would have been better if the single-player content wasn’t just rehashed and remade versions of previously-existing levels, but hopefully the developers will see this as a momentary lapse in judgement and give the fans something a little bit more substantial in the future."