IGN writes: ZEN Studios confirmed today the release of a playable demo for their upcoming Playstation Network exclusive title The Punisher: No Mercy.
Piece of Cake: Awarded for winning the first map of the Story Mode. Bullet Magnet: Awarded posthumously for the 50th death suffered while playing Microchip in Story Mode. Family Photo: Returned to its rightful owner for completing the Story Mode. Big Gun: Granted for unlocking the missile launcher in Story Mode. Puzzled: Win the Survival mode in the Single Player Campaign playing Jigsaw and using only a shotgun. Survivor Benefit: Perform 200 kills playing Finn Cooley in Multiplayer. Tower Above: Collect more frags than the rest of the players put together playing Barracuda in a Multiplayer match. Explosives Expert: Blow 100 enemies into a million little pieces with a grenade launcher in Multiplayer. Weapons Expert: Perform at least one kill with each available weapon playing all eight base characters in Multiplayer. Survivor: Win a match without dying playing Silver Sable in Multiplayer. Swift Delivery: Kill 7 different enemy avatars in an 8-player Multiplayer match without being killed, where each of them is different than your avatar. Kiss of Death: Perform 9 kills with a Rhino without being killed or reloading playing Jenny Cesare in Multiplayer. Edit: wow someone disagree with the official trophy list? I guess the developer trophy list is wrong then. Sine you disagree, would you kindly release the list of trophy that would be in the game?
I think the game looks cool and I'll definitely try out the demo tomorrow, but what's up with some of those trophies? The online trophies sound like they could be annoying, especially the character-specific nature of them.
I was on the fence about this game, the demo should help
And it's the Punisher. There is no fence.
Nice. I can download the demo whatever region it's released in. Once again, I'm bound to be waiting about 2 months for the game in EU.
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