Painkiller: Battle out of Hell Pro Reviews
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Painkiller: Battle out of Hell Reviews14
|website||score||publish date||article quality|
|2404||9/10||Dec 10 '04|
|EuroGamer||5/10||Dec 17 '04|
|Fragland.net||78%||Jan 24 '05|
|Game Chronicles Magazine||8.8/10||Feb 22 '05|
|Gamer's Hell||8.5/10||Jan 04 '05|
|GameZone||9.0/10||Dec 10 '04|
|ic-games||85%||Dec 18 '04|
|Thunderbolt||5/10||Dec 11 '04|
|Worthplaying||9.3/10||Dec 02 '04|
|Actiontrip||73%||Dec 08 '04|
|Game Over||86%||Apr 25 '05|
|GameSpot||7.6/10||Nov 22 '04|
|Gamespy||4/5||Nov 14 '04|
|IGN PC||7.5/10||Nov 11 '04|
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"Replay value is not bad for this type of game. You will more than likely need to replay a level to get its corresponding tarot card or to complete it on Trauma difficulty. Thatï¿½s where the difference between good and insanely good players lies. The ï¿½5-start challengeï¿½ or finishing a level 100% is also an incentive. Or just play it again because the game is so much fun."
"But BOOH truly shines in the visual department. Your enemies are engulfed in detail, all levels feature extensive dynamic lighting and to my surprise, it still plays very fluently with max detail on my midrange system. The wonderful Havok physics engine is also put to the test. The environments are full of destructible objects and stakegunning your opponents to walls is still an excellent way to test ragdoll models."
"The first Painkiller expansion is still an impressive ride; it's just somewhat more sporadic than the original."
"Waves of enemies all around, creative and diverse weaponry and a killer physics engine complete this excellent FPS package. Even though each level is very different from the next, and the enemies change with every level, some player may still find this one repetitive."
"Itï¿½s pretty easy to sum up the Painkiller expansion, Battle out of Hell; as itï¿½s simply more of the same. Thatï¿½s great news for anyone that enjoyed the first installment but anyone who wasnï¿½t impressed with the first outing is going to find little here to change their minds."