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Released on 22 May 2009

Rating: 18+ (BBFC)

2.0 out of 5 (16 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Changing the landscape of shooters forever with a revolutionary blend of movement and combat in all three dimensions, Damnation is a non-stop test of reflexes, decision-making and action. Taking the shooter vertical, Damnation features massive streaming landscapes that set the stage for postindustrial battles between humanity and an unstoppable corporation in the wastelands known as "Damnation." With the freedom to go anywhere and kill anyone to reach a goal, players create their own routes using vehicles, acrobatics and climbing to get around the huge maps.

In Damnation, players take control of Captain Hamilton Rourke, a member of the guerrilla resistance force known as the Peacekeepers. A veteran of the Great War, Rourke has his own personal agenda in avenging the death of his fiancée.
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Huge Scale: With vast, streaming environments, Damnation's levels are truly organic 3D spaces that cover miles of horizontal distance and thousands of vertical feet. Players choose from multiple paths and tactics in gigantic landscapes that unfold in all three dimensions. Using exhilarating combinations of swift, flowing movement and combat, players will be faced with frenetic all-action attacks that can come from any direction.

    Player Choice and Freedom: It could take up to three hours in real-time travel to get from one end to the other and another three hours to climb to the top. But with acrobatics and vehicles, players are able to get their own routes, as they look at the massive map ahead, above and below them.

      Spirit Vision: Players can activate the hero's "Spirit Vision" power to see through walls and anticipate the enemy's movements.

        Daredevil Stunts: Players perform stunning moves at the limits of human ability to jump between ledges, swing on ropes and chains, and traverse vertical surfaces. Zip, slide, vault, shinny, swing and jump through the environment with intelligent AI attacking from all sides, above and below.

          Multiplayer: Play through the entire single-player campaign in co-op or take it to the next level online with multiplayer. Experience action and tactics in vertical environments with fully enabled "Spirit Vision."

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           Average rating (16 reviews)

           Buggy, basic and banal

          | | See all CraigR's reviews (2)

          Steampunk offers a rarely tapped cultural ambience and visual aesthetic. Sometimes it is put to use to great effect such as in Beneath A Steal Sky and Chaos Engine. But often it is used as little more than a varnish for generic, middling titles to help them stand out. Case in hand Damnation. It's not bad per se. It's just that it has all been done elsewhere and better. Third person shooter? Wait for the new Red Faction. Verticality? Tomb Raiser. Prince of Persia. Mixture of these? Infamous. Damnation is damned by its lack of ideas. Steampunk? Feels like it ran out of steam. Bargain bin here it comes. Hey at least it'll have Matt Hazzard and Quake Wars for company.

           Damnation (for this game)

          | | See all Glenwin's reviews (1)

          A western shooter combined with gravity defying motocycle stunts sounds a good mix but believe me its not. This game deserves half a star and only that because (at times) the graphics are decent.
          The shooting in this game is so bad it makes the gunplay in Farcry 2 look superb. The guns sound and look ridiculous and seem to do little physical damage except three bullets will put down most enemies even on insane difficulty. The game description boasts great acrobatics but they look simply terrible. Most of the time when your climbing walls parts of your body pass into the wall as if its not there. And the glitches dont end there, your comrades will occassionally completely disappear and teleport to some random area, usually needing healed. Now to the motorbike. I mean i've never ridden one but even I know if you drive into a wall at 200mph you wont just bounce off and be able drive away again but here you can. And frequently the front wheel of the bike just gets permanently stuck in some object and you have to just leave it.
          The claim that levels are huge is simply untrue. Sure there's plenty of scenary but the size of the actual accessable playing area is pretty small and mainly consists of barren wasteland with the occassional rock. The only choices available during gameplay are whether to continue torturing yourself or simply burn the disc.
          In short this is possibly the worst game i've played on PS3 to date, there is no freedom, the acrobatics and motorcycle sections are terrible, graphics are PS2 standard and gunplay is shocking. I would have more fun playing with an empy cardboard box.
          If you are looking for a western shoote buy PS2 game GUN and wait for the arrival of Red Dead Redemption.


          | | See all Phoenixc's reviews (1)

          The best way to describe this game is 'Prince of Persia with guns'

          It is one of those game you can pick up at any time and just play. Its not bad at all. The controllers take a little while to get use to and the shooting feels like there is something missing from it but I cant put my finger on it. The AI could have been done a little better, if you shoot them in the leg for example all they do is look around. Others just stand there motionless, but you can get over that very quickly.

          Tried the multiplayer but there was nobody online, however if you are a big fan of online coop I would check this game out. It is fun especially with another player.

           Repetative, only good for getting tropies.

          | | See all Elc1989's reviews (7)

          Im going to say that this has to be one of the most repetative and enoyingly stressful games iv'e ever played. I was really dissapointed when playing to find that when shooting at the enemy they just stood there and let you shoot them. The guns are ok, though could have be alot better.

          Why this is so repetative, is if you get quite far through the level and die by getting shot you'll start back at the checkpoint which may be far from where you died have to start it all again, and it is more enoying when on insane difficulty, as it takes less shots to be killed, though the enemy stay the same as it will still take far more shots to kill them.

          The only good things about this game is you can get trophies, which is the only reason why i play to get them, cant think of anything else, i would only get this game if it was £10 or under.

           Damned awfull

          | | See all GamersLoveRetro's reviews (19)

          PS2 graphics with PS1 game play, not even a good story to boost the game from the lows you encounter in the 1st 10 mins. Thank god i didnt buy new is all i can say even at £15 it too much money to wate on such a awfull game.

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