Painkiller: Resurrection

Genre: Shooter

The game's basic gameplay is the same as the original Painkiller. The player has to face off numerous enemies and defeats them, moving from one location to another. All the weapons have alternative fire regimes. While the majority of enemies and all original weapons are presented, the game features some new additional gameplay elements not seen in ... Read More

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William "Wild Bill" Sherman, an ex CIA Agent and specialist for dangerous missions in the Black Ops Special Unit has a big problem: during his last job, he has managed to not only kill the head of an illegal drug operation and a slew of innocent civilians, but himself in a fatal mistake.

Trapped in a hostile place between heaven and hell, his soul flickers between the millions of faceless infidels and good and evil forces start to use Wild Bill for their own needs.

But, it turns out that nothing is as it seemed at the beginning - solve the mystery and give the equilibrium between heaven and hell a little flip!


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In this first-person shooter, players assume the role of William 'Wild Bill' Sherman, an ex-CIA Agent who finds himself in purgatory, fighting for his soul, paying for the mistakes of missions' past. Players use guns, rotary blades, rockets, grenades, and a 'stake gun' to kill giant demons, golems, and creatures with grey flesh, decaying skin—not quite human. Guns and grenades cause creatures to break apart into pieces or emit gushes of red blood; the stake gun pins creatures to walls, where they flail and scream; and the rotating blade slices them into blocky chunks, sending limbs and torsos flying across the dungeon-like settings. Thus enemies are frequently depicted bloodied, dismembered, or beheaded. The most intense instances of violence involve attacking demonic undead children (again, grey flesh and decaying skin): the swarming enemy schoolgirls have glowing red eyes and are often on fire—they can be riddled repeatedly with machine gun fire; the zombie-like boys in school uniforms carry bloody blades while attacking players—even after losing their heads, hearts, and upper chests. The game also contains some profanity (e.g., 'sh*t' and 'b*tch'); however, it is the fighting in hell—the blood and gore that comes with it—that accounts for the Mature rating.
The content of this game is suitable for persons aged 18 years and over only. It contains: Extreme violence This game allows the player to interact with other players ONLINE.
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