|Title:||Painkiller Overdose Save Game|
|Genre:||First-person shooter, Action|
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Painkiller Overdose Save Game:
Painkiller Overdose Save Game: Painkiller: Overdose is a Stand-alone expansion pack for Painkiller. It was developed by Czech video game company Mindware Studios. Mindware originally intended it to be fan-made mod but DreamCatcher Interactive granted the project full financial and technical support. The expansion offers 40 types of monsters, 16 additional levels, and 6 additional weapons. It is the second expansion of Painkiller with the first being Painkiller: Battle Out of Hell. Overdose was released in 2007.
The player takes the role of Belial, a half-angel, half-demon gatekeeper and son of angel Sammael. He was rejected by both hell and heaven, and as a result, Sammael and Cerberus imprisoned him. When Daniel Garner defeats Lucifer in the original title, Belial escapes his prison and starts to seek revenge.
DreamCatcher SHORT REVIEW:
Packed with tons of fast-paced, adrenaline-fueled single player and multiplayer levels of mayhem, Painkiller: Overdose brings with it 6 innovative new demonic weapons, mind-bending physics, lightning-player maps, over 40 demented and sickly-twisted monsters from Hell and gigantic end bosses. A Prequel to the eventual Sequel bridges the storyline and ties up wandering ends. Overdose introduces a new character and storyline that examines the repercussions of Daniel defeating Lucifer in the original Painkiller. 16 new levels of fast-paced pain-killing action. 6 New demonic weapons grant the powers of a demi-god to souls awaiting damnation everywhere. A reshuffled Tarot deck infuses Belial with new powers and devastating combinations. New End Bosses of colossal statures standing guard over Hell’s crumbling domain and the entrances to the other realms. Multiplayer compatibility with original Painkiller multiplayer maps and game modes.