"It's the American Civil War in a steampunk alternaverse. Just as the Confederacy battles the Union, bad actors wage daily war with uncomfortable, over-earnest scripts.
But all these things are under threat from Lord Prescott, an industrialist whose corporation threatens to take over America with automatic men and drug-controlled super-humans.
It all sounds interesting. But Damnation does everything in its power to alienate you, and while I'm about to try and explain why it's actually quite enjoyable, I've got to run through its major problems first."
Great platforming, shame about the rest
* Grand sense of scale
* Intelligently designed levels
* Satisfying (if limited) platforming
* Empty combat
* Unfinished and unprofessional