Painkiller: Hell Wars review

Custom Search
Action Adventure · Sports · Puzzle · Shoot 'em up · Arcade · Racing · Funnygames · Casino · Online Games · Weird Games

Funny News: Painkiller: Hell Wars review

August 7, 2006: Painkiller: Hell Wars review

...The single player game takes you through the best missions from the PC game and the expansion pack, and should take you a healthy amount of time to blow through. There's even some replay value, thanks to secret "Dark Tarot" cards that unlock new powers and upgrades.

As far as mindless FPS games go, Painkiller: Hell Wars isn't a bad pickup. It's only 30 bucks, and for folks that haven't picked up the 360, it's one of the few new FPS games you'll be seeing for some time.

Read full review at:

More Funny Game News
Mario Super Sluggers Revie...
September 12, 2008

Cricket Captain 2008 Revie...
September 12, 2008

Summer Athletics Review
September 12, 2008

Beijing 2008 - Olympic Gam...
August 4, 2008

QuakeCon 2008: The Story o...
August 4, 2008

Wolfenstein Preview
August 4, 2008

Space Invaders DS Review
July 14, 2008

C&C: Red Alert 3 Preview
July 14, 2008

Alone in the Dark Review
July 14, 2008

Guitar Hero On Tour Review
July 4, 2008

FaceBreaker (XboX)
July 4, 2008

Diablo 3 Is Coming
July 4, 2008

Next Funny page »

More Funny Games News

PS2: Final Fantasy VII Dirge of Cerberus preview FunnyGames, September 5, 2006
...After a variety of lackluster games, Square-Enix must have decided that it was time to try a daring merger. And since they probably had some extra Advent Children FMV lying around, it made sense to dive even deeper into the now eight year-old Final Fantasy VII cash cow. A few tie-ins and cameos later and we have got Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII, a first/third-person RPG action mash-up starring Vincent Valentine, a somewhat peripheral character from the original game.

...And after clocking a good ten hours of Dirge, at least four of which were spent watching cutscenes, I'm done with it. Square-Enix makes quality RPGs and pretty FMV, and I hope they are content to bow gracefully out of genres they obviously have little reason to meddle in. Leave the emo-shooters to Dante and just peep Advent Children again if you need a fix.

Read full preview at:
Rumor: 2 Gran Turismo race games for PS3? FunnyGames, October 1, 2006
... Rumor: The interview allegedly says that the Gran Turismo debut on the PlayStation 3 will come in two forms, one called Gran Turismo HD: Premium and one called Gran Turismo HD: Classic.

Premium will feature "the full graphics power of the PS3" and include 30 cars and two courses, with the option to buy more of each later. There will allegedly be one mode--a casual racing mode--that doesn't include the typical GT gameplay of winning races and acquiring cars and medals.

Classic will (racing fans brace yourself) come with no cars or courses and is basically the demo that was playable at the Electronic Entertainment Expo. According to the translation, 750 cars will be downloadable for...

Read more about Gran Turismo rumor at:
Random FunnyGames list

Practice Stick Cricket flash game Practice Stick Cricket
Great game to practice stick cricket and improve your cricket skills. Control the bat by moving your mouse. Hit the ball...
Simpsons Game flash game Simpsons Game
In Simpsons Games Snow Fight use your mouse to aim and throw the snowballs. Use Right and Left arrow keys to dodge the s...
Spec Ops flash game Spec Ops
A great shoot 'em up game. Choose from 1 of 3 guns and cause mayhem!
Most Popular FunnyGames list

Shanghai Dynasty FunnyGames Shanghai Dynasty (65 plays)
This is a great puzzle game that will have you pulling your hair out for hours!
Crashdown FunnyGames Crashdown (43 plays)
Kind of like that Bejeweled game everybody loves.
Stick Cricket FunnyGames Stick Cricket (7 plays)
This version of Stick Cricket has an human batsmen. In older Cricket versions the batsmen were really sticks. Check als...
FunnyGames · News · f.a.q
privacy policy · sitemap · contact us
Copyrights © 2018. Your crazy addicting funny game resource for Free Painkiller: Hell Wars review