History Videogame / Painkiller

25th Jan '18 1:53:40 PM TheGunheart
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* HitboxDissonance - Using the Painkiller's spinning blade as a projectile ''looks'' like a fairly wide-hitting attack, but only the center of the projectile will actually do damage. Just the blades hitting the enemy will do no damage at all.
19th Jan '18 1:56:43 PM TheGunheart
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* SuperMode - If you collect enough enemy souls, you'll become a demon until you run out. A very, very powerful demon, at that. A demon who kills enemies just by looking at them, lighting them on fire and [[MindRape Mind Crushing]] them.

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* SuperMode - If you collect enough enemy souls, you'll become a demon until you run out. A very, very powerful demon, at that. A demon who kills enemies just by looking at them, lighting them on fire and [[MindRape Mind Crushing]] them. The golden Black Tarot Cards also allow the player to create their own once (or twice, or three times with the right cards)-per-level super mode.
23rd Dec '17 7:52:48 PM nombretomado
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* SpiritualSuccessor - To old arcade shoot 'em ups, and VideoGame/QuakeI, in terms of random locations being mashed together to form a bare-bones FPS. The game has also spawned its own set of spiritual successors: ''VideoGame/NecroVision'', developed by The Farm 51 whose team includes former People Can Fly designers, and ''VideoGame/{{Dreamkiller}}'', an original shooter from the developers of ''Overdose''. Most eployees of People Can Fly are currently in the employ of EpicGames, who ended up working on ''VideoGame/{{Bulletstorm}}''. The rest of them founded Flying Wild Hog, who made ''VideoGame/HardReset'' and [[VideoGame/ShadowWarrior2013 the recent Shadow Warrior]].

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* SpiritualSuccessor - To old arcade shoot 'em ups, and VideoGame/QuakeI, in terms of random locations being mashed together to form a bare-bones FPS. The game has also spawned its own set of spiritual successors: ''VideoGame/NecroVision'', developed by The Farm 51 whose team includes former People Can Fly designers, and ''VideoGame/{{Dreamkiller}}'', an original shooter from the developers of ''Overdose''. Most eployees of People Can Fly are currently in the employ of EpicGames, Creator/EpicGames, who ended up working on ''VideoGame/{{Bulletstorm}}''. The rest of them founded Flying Wild Hog, who made ''VideoGame/HardReset'' and [[VideoGame/ShadowWarrior2013 the recent Shadow Warrior]].
30th Sep '17 6:45:08 PM Malady
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* SpiritualSuccessor - To old arcade shoot 'em ups, and VideoGame/QuakeI, in terms of random locations being mashed together to form a bare-bones FPS. The game has also spawned its own set of spiritual successors: ''NecroVision'', developed by The Farm 51 whose team includes former People Can Fly designers, and ''VideoGame/{{Dreamkiller}}'', an original shooter from the developers of ''Overdose''. Most eployees of People Can Fly are currently in the employ of EpicGames, who ended up working on ''VideoGame/{{Bulletstorm}}''. The rest of them founded Flying Wild Hog, who made ''VideoGame/HardReset'' and [[VideoGame/ShadowWarrior2013 the recent Shadow Warrior]].

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* SpiritualSuccessor - To old arcade shoot 'em ups, and VideoGame/QuakeI, in terms of random locations being mashed together to form a bare-bones FPS. The game has also spawned its own set of spiritual successors: ''NecroVision'', ''VideoGame/NecroVision'', developed by The Farm 51 whose team includes former People Can Fly designers, and ''VideoGame/{{Dreamkiller}}'', an original shooter from the developers of ''Overdose''. Most eployees of People Can Fly are currently in the employ of EpicGames, who ended up working on ''VideoGame/{{Bulletstorm}}''. The rest of them founded Flying Wild Hog, who made ''VideoGame/HardReset'' and [[VideoGame/ShadowWarrior2013 the recent Shadow Warrior]].
21st Jul '17 9:39:27 AM GGCrono
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->''Painkiller is in the same bucket as ''VideoGame/SeriousSam'' and the original ''VideoGame/{{DOOM}}s'' in that it serves as an antidote to fancy-pants complex modern [=FPSes=]. There are no stealth elements, no key hunting, no escort quests, no dorky support characters dribbling in your ear, no mission objectives besides '''kill everyone'''--it's just you, some guns, and the entire population of Murdertown between you and where you need to be. It's pure genocidal fun.''
-->-- '''Ben "Yahtzee" Croshaw''', ''WebAnimation/ZeroPunctuation''
11th Jul '17 3:03:19 PM le_mirage
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* MysteriousPast - Played with. In the first game is frequently mentioned that something presumably evil in the past of Daniel prevents him from enter Heaven, even tho Daniel swears there's no such thing and he was a completely upright man. [[spoiler: In Hell & Damnation, however, while remembering his mortal life in the intro, Daniel is presented with some glimpses that hints at a violent past in the military...but in the ending we learn that Daniel could not enter Heaven because he was infact not really dead, but just in a coma, and so he was never actually judged for his life to begin with. So, whatever there is really something bad or not in Daniel's past, is ultimately still to be clarified]].

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* MysteriousPast - Played with. In the first game is frequently mentioned that something presumably evil in the past of Daniel prevents him from enter Heaven, even tho Daniel swears there's no such thing and as he was a completely upright man. [[spoiler: In Hell & Damnation, however, while remembering his mortal life in the intro, Daniel is presented with some glimpses that hints at a violent past in the military...but in the ending we learn that Daniel could not enter Heaven because he was infact not really dead, but just in a coma, and so he was never actually judged for his life to begin with. So, whatever there is really something bad or not in Daniel's past, is ultimately still to be clarified]].
11th Jul '17 6:39:09 AM le_mirage
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* MysteriousPast - Played with. In the first game is frequently mentioned that something presumably evil in the past of Daniel prevents him from enter Heaven, even tho Daniel swears there's no such thing and he was a completely upright man. [[spoiler: In Hell & Damnation, however, while remembering his mortal life in the intro, Daniel is presented with some glimpses that hints at a violent past in the military...but in the ending we learn that Daniel could not enter Heaven because he was infact not really dead, but just in a coma, and so he was never actually judged for his life to begin with. So, whatever there is really something bad or not in Daniel's past, is ultimately still to be clarified.]].

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* MysteriousPast - Played with. In the first game is frequently mentioned that something presumably evil in the past of Daniel prevents him from enter Heaven, even tho Daniel swears there's no such thing and he was a completely upright man. [[spoiler: In Hell & Damnation, however, while remembering his mortal life in the intro, Daniel is presented with some glimpses that hints at a violent past in the military...but in the ending we learn that Daniel could not enter Heaven because he was infact not really dead, but just in a coma, and so he was never actually judged for his life to begin with. So, whatever there is really something bad or not in Daniel's past, is ultimately still to be clarified.]].clarified]].
10th Jul '17 12:05:24 PM le_mirage
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* MysteriousPast - Played with. In the first game is frequently mentioned that something in the past of Daniel prevents him to enter Heaven, even tho Daniel swears there's no such thing and he was a completely upright man. [[spoiler: In Hell & Damnation, however, while remembering his mortal life in the intro, Daniel is presented with some glimpses that hints at a violent past in the military...but in the ending we learn that Daniel could not enter Heaven because he was infact not really dead, but just in a coma, and so he was never actually judged for his life to begin with. So, whatever there is really something bad or not in Daniel's past, is ultimately still to be clarified.]].

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* MysteriousPast - Played with. In the first game is frequently mentioned that something presumably evil in the past of Daniel prevents him to from enter Heaven, even tho Daniel swears there's no such thing and he was a completely upright man. [[spoiler: In Hell & Damnation, however, while remembering his mortal life in the intro, Daniel is presented with some glimpses that hints at a violent past in the military...but in the ending we learn that Daniel could not enter Heaven because he was infact not really dead, but just in a coma, and so he was never actually judged for his life to begin with. So, whatever there is really something bad or not in Daniel's past, is ultimately still to be clarified.]].
10th Jul '17 12:02:01 PM le_mirage
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* Mysterious Past - Played with. In the first game is frequently mentioned that something in the past of Daniel prevents him to enter Heaven, even tho Daniel swears there's no such thing and he was a completely upright man. [[spoiler: In Hell & Damnation, however, while remembering his mortal life in the intro, Daniel is presented with some glimpses that hints at a violent past in the military...but in the ending we learn that Daniel could not enter Heaven because he was infact not really dead, but just in a coma, and so he was never actually judged for his life to begin with. So, whatever there is really something bad or not in Daniel's past, is ultimately still to be clarified.]].

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* Mysterious Past MysteriousPast - Played with. In the first game is frequently mentioned that something in the past of Daniel prevents him to enter Heaven, even tho Daniel swears there's no such thing and he was a completely upright man. [[spoiler: In Hell & Damnation, however, while remembering his mortal life in the intro, Daniel is presented with some glimpses that hints at a violent past in the military...but in the ending we learn that Daniel could not enter Heaven because he was infact not really dead, but just in a coma, and so he was never actually judged for his life to begin with. So, whatever there is really something bad or not in Daniel's past, is ultimately still to be clarified.]].
10th Jul '17 12:01:33 PM le_mirage
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* Mysterious Past - Played with. In the first game is frequently mentioned that something in the past of Daniel prevents him to enter Heaven, even tho Daniel swears there's no such thing and he was a completely upright man. [[spoiler: In Hell & Damnation, however, while remembering his mortal life in the intro, Daniel is presented with some glimpses that hints at a violent past in the military...but in the ending we learn that Daniel could not enter Heaven because he was infact not really dead, but just in a coma, and so he was never actually judged for his life to begin with. So, whatever there is really something bad or not in Daniel's past, is ultimately still to be clarified.]].
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