Painkiller on Wikipedia

It seems Painkiller has made its way onto Wikipedia, the online wiki encyclopedia.

Painkiller is a first-person shooter PC game released on April 12, 2004. It was published by DreamCatcher Interactive and developed by People Can Fly. It attempts to replicate the ‘old-school FPS’ gameplay of Doom and Serious Sam. It has 24 levels of seemingly unconnected designs that include medieval castles, factories and lunaic asylums. Five of the levels are ‘boss levels’ with some of the largest FPS bosses to date. The game takes place in Purgatory and Hell. It is notable for using the Havok 2.0 physics engine extensively. The main character, Daniel Garner, is voiced by Cam Clarke.

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  1. It is indeed a great site, and the nicest thing is you can add to it 😀 (and no before you ask I didn’t put pkeuro there :p )

  2. The german site of Wikipedia got some funny infos about PCF and why they chosed the name (People can fly) for there company.
    But someone have to translate it into english first.
    Anyone? 😀

  3. Im not sure that the story is true but who knows. Also i didn´t checked the translation. Here we go:
    Name emergence:
    Several-day-long became PCF over a good name gegruebelt. To some time they came on the idea names of Ambient/Techno/House albums to regard/sound oneself.
    By more or less legal substances one heard a Song after some hours suddenly named People CAN Fly that GOA Trance Musikgruppe Branch ral Projection.
    They were itself fast united the this the correct name for it were.
    Some they heard time later a quotation of Fox Mulder out Document X: “When you dream there acres NO of rules, people CAN fly, anything CAN happen” which occurred in the song.
    They could not have better said it.

  4. Wellcome SYS. THX for sharing the Astral Projection -People can fly Video.
    Im still not sure that the story is true anyway.

  5. When you dream, there are no rules. People can fly; anything can happen. Sometimes, there’s a moment as you’re waking, and you become aware of the real world around you; but you’re still dreaming. You may think you can fly, but you better not try.

    Astral Projection
    People Can Fly

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