Follow us on:

Posts tagged painkiller

GOG in the Machine: In Cold Blood, Painkiller

Your weekly, Good Old Games-sponsored tour through the classics of PC gaming continues this week with a new addition, In Cold Blood, available now for $5.99. If you're unfamiliar with this stealthy adventure all the way from 2001, we've put a trailer for you just after the break. The service has a...

Continue Reading

GameTap Thursday: Tuesday brings Golden Goose, Painkiller

GameTap will be updating with Painkiller and a new episode of Grimm today, due to the annual "gobble day" falling on this Thursday. Instead of the normal 24-hour grace period for freeloaders, the new episode of Grimm will be available to non-subscribers through Thanksgiving. Grimm: The Golden ...

Continue Reading

Zero Punctuation pops old Painkiller for fun

Zero Punctuation's Yahtzee rocks it old school this week in a trip down "kill everything you see" lane with a review of Painkiller. Way back in 2004, which if internet time is converted to normal time is circa 1674, Painkiller received better-than-average reviews by embracing the first-person shoot...

Continue Reading

Zero Punctuation not bewitched by The Witcher

In the latest installment of Zero Punctuation, Yahtzee (or rather Retard McSpacky Pants) has set his foul-mouthed sights on The Witcher, a computer RPG in the truest of forms (i.e. a really big manual and familiar medieval fantasy setting) also dubbed a "MUMORPUGER." If you're wondering what a M...

Continue Reading

Painkiller: Overdose demo now available

Everyone knows that the best thing about first-person shooter Painkiller is not its incredibly ironic title. (Do you get it? ... Because he causes pain.) No, the best thing about Painkiller was its stake gun, which shot massive wooden spikes that could stick enemies to walls. Unfortunately, since ...

Continue Reading

Epic believes People Can Fly, acquires majority stake

Epic isn't letting their courtroom tiff with Silicon Knights slow them down as they continue to push forward, investing a majority stake in independent developer, People Can Fly. Best known for their work on the 2004 first-person shooter, Painkiller, PCF have been working on a multi-platform project...

Continue Reading

Hollywood experiments with Painkiller

Have you heard this one before: Guy Walks Into a Bar acquires Painkiller...? No, it's not a joke. Well, sorta ... it's Hollywood. Production company Guy Walks Into a Bar has purchased the feature film rights to DreamCatcher Interactive's 2004 throwback FPS Painkiller. Most celebrated for its multipl...

Continue Reading

PSP getting ports from new sources

It's no secret that the PSP (as with any system) gets ports of games from other consoles. Most of the ports to PSP logically come from the PlayStation 2. But all that is starting to change. With the PS3 on the rise and the PS2 on the decline, PSP is starting to get ports from some unexpected pla...

Continue Reading


Featured Stories

Image

Xeodrifter review: Snacktroid

Posted on Dec 17th 2014 1:00PM

Image

UPDATE: Super Joystiq Podcast returns to iTunes

Posted on Dec 15th 2014 2:00PM

Engadget

Engadget

TUAW

TUAW

Massively

Massively

WoW

WoW