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* AnArmAndALeg - When you take down the Hitman, you do just this as you go. While it is possible that these are just parts of his powered armor and not his own body, the sudden glances he gives to these losses make you think otherwise.


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The Punisher goes against various criminals trying to conrol the streets, and guns them down until he is face to face with the mastermind behind it all.

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The Punisher goes against various criminals trying to conrol control the streets, and guns them down until he is face to face with the mastermind behind it all.



* BroadStrokes: The game has elements from both the comics (the bosses include comic characters like Jigsaw and Comicbook/TheKingpin) and [[Film/ThePunisher1989 the 1989 film]] (the Punisher now being a former detective instead a marine).

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* BroadStrokes: The game has elements from both the comics (the bosses include comic with the inclusion of characters like Jigsaw and Comicbook/TheKingpin) Comicbook/TheKingpin, and [[Film/ThePunisher1989 the 1989 film]] (the film]], as the backstory states the Punisher now being used to be a former detective instead (instead of a marine).marine like in the comics).



* RewardingVandalism: Shooting up the environments nets you with powerups and health.

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* RewardingVandalism: Shooting up the environments nets you with powerups and health.health restoring items.

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A 1990 RailShooter game for UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem, which is [[LicensedGame based on]] the Creator/MarvelComics' vigilante character Comicbook/ThePunisher. It was developed by Beam Software, and published by Creator/LJNToys.

The Punisher goes against various criminals trying to conrol the streets, and guns them down until he is face to face with the mastermind behind it all.

The game was ported with few differences to UsefulNotes/GameBoy one year later, under the subtitle ''The Ultimate Payback''.

!!This game has examples of:

* AbsurdlySpaciousSewer: The second part of Sijo and Assassin levels has the Punisher gunning down mooks in a sewer that could easily fit a one story house there.
* ArmsDealer: Colonel Kliegg is a gun runner who is filling the streets with his products.
* BroadStrokes: The game has elements from both the comics (the bosses include comic characters like Jigsaw and Comicbook/TheKingpin) and [[Film/ThePunisher1989 the 1989 film]] (the Punisher now being a former detective instead a marine).
* HintSystem: Shooting the copies of the newspaper Daily Bugle provide tips for secrets.
* HostageSpiritLink: A random innocent saxophonist can be encountered and shot in the levels, which makes the soundtrack he's providing go silent, but also takes half of your health away.
* MoreDakka: There are powerups that upgrade your gun either into a machinegun or a bazooka.
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* RewardingVandalism: Shooting up the environments nets you with powerups and health.
* VehicularAssault: The boss fights against Hitman and Colonel Kliegg has them attacking you with an assault helicopter and [[TankGoodness a tank]], respectively.

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