Blood and gore: The Punisher: No Mercy has plenty of it - destructoid

Blood and gore: The Punisher: No Mercy has plenty of it

2:00 AM on 06.28.2009


The villains in The Punisher: No Mercy won’t suffer many clean deaths. Below the fold is a new teaser for the game. It’s packed full of gore, fire, dismembered limbs and a smattering of other obnoxiously violent things. Watch it if you want to see the Punisher deliver, uh, punishment to baddies or check it out to see the glory of unrestricted downloadable PSN titles: downloads like No Mercy aren’t what we’re getting on Xbox LIVE Arcade in terms of visual quality and possibly substance.

By the way, The Punisher: No Mercy is set to hit PSN soon. The title drops on July 2 for the real world price of $9.99. Not bad considering the game is packing online multiplayer, campaign, Unreal Engine 3 and tons of blood. Well, unless you're a bargain hunting nun. In that case, we suggest Critter Crunch or Elefunk.




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