Mindscape announces Painkiller date

Been chomping at the bit, have you?

It is our distinct pleasure to announce that Mindscape will be releasing Painkiller this coming October. Yes, you too will soon be able to indulge yourselves in the "19 unique single-player levels" and marvel at Painkiller's undoubtedly amazing proprietary 3D engine utilising the Havoc physics engine. Also, "the multiplayer modes really are hardcore." Gosh.

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