Submitted by MrBT 808d ago | review

Review - Painkiller Hell and Damnation: Medieval Horror DLC | Xboxer360

Ben of Xboxer360 writes, "For anyone who hasn't yet had the chance to catch up with the Painkiller series, rest assured that it's one of the best ‘arena based’ first person shooters, focusing on gore, action and break neck speed. Having only just hit the Xbox 360, PC gamers have been enjoying the adventures of Heaven's Hitman for some time now, meaning we’ve got some catching up to do on the DLC front.

Thankfully Nordic Games took it upon themselves to drop not one, but three brand new DLC packs, but with so much DLC dropping for Painkiller all at once, it's hard to know what you’re spending all that hard-earned cash on, and if it's at all worth it." (Painkiller Hell & Damnation, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 80/100

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