Submitted by Feemee 2270d ago | review

Globe & Mail reviews PAIN: Amusement Park

G&M reviewer says the new expansion makes PAIN's "lowbrow laughs" more alluring than ever before.

From the story: "Few games this year have made me grin as broadly as when my suicidal slingshotter grabbed hold of a spinny ride mid-flight, then let go after half a turn to be whipped across the park and onto the track of a swinging pirate boat. The ship ploughed into him like an enormous battering ram and he was sent soaring straight up to smash into the park's ceiling. His bone-busting sojourn ended when he landed in a waterslide, where a big two-seater log bashed his back and sent his broken body over the side and into a twitching heap on the pavement." (PAIN: Amusement Park, PS3) -

DrWan  +   2270d ago
It's ABUSEMENT PARK
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