Publisert: 18. november
Damnation needed more time, and it shows.
Several little but important bits are missing, such as an hit confirmation visual effect (as it is now, an enemy hit by a projectile doesn't even flinch, nor does blood or anything show that you've hit him) or bullets sprites (the machinegun suffers greatly from this. From the sound looks like you're firing a minigun, but just a couple of shots every 2-4 seconds get out of it).
The voice acting is performed by seemingly soulless automatons, who can't bring life to a line even in the most desperate situations. Not that the script in itself is brilliant, mind you - too often the sentences of the various characters seemed disjointed and out of context.
The music is forgettable at best, while the textures are really hideous. The animations are maybe the only reedeming quality of this game, along the climbing sections a-la Assassin's Creed.
The game also tries a shot at good ol' camp, but failing completely. The lines and the story are delivered with a terrible pace and emotionlessly.
For 10 bucks you can really choose a better game to entertain you with.