We live in strange times. Case in point: Painkiller: Hell & Damnation
exists. For those keeping score, it's a shiny new remake of a game that, itself, was basically a return to the twitchy, blink-and-you'll-be-skewered-by-five-th0usand-rockets shooters of yore. Is it possible to be nostalgic for nostalgia? Because I believe that's whatThe Farm 51 and Nordic Games are banking on here. But, as John pointed out
, there's something to be said for frantic skellington-blasting action ' even if that thing is 'Why
do I like this so much?' If that's the case, your tear-jerking quest of self-discovery begins now, as Hell & Damnation's officially out. View a very emotionally confusing celebratory trailer after the break.