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Painkiller Resurrection released on PC

Aspirin' to be a hit with shooter fans.

JoWooD has sneakily released biblical shooter Painkiller: Resurrection on Steam.

The game, which costs £19.99, takes you to purgatory, where weird and wonderful baddies and weaponry await. There's a story mode with comic-style cut-scenes, but the real emphasis lies with hardcore first-person shooting, multiplayer and co-op for four.

Do note, however, that Resurrection is not made by series regular People Can Fly: mod team Homegrown Games takes the honours this time around.

Painkiller: Resurrection arrives on Amazon.co.uk on 6th November - a site not affected by the postal strikes, it claims.

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