Excerpt: Date: 9/28/2008 Pain: Amusement Park is an expansion for the Jackass-inspired, ragdoll physically abusive stunt game, Pain/ This is set in, you guessed it, an amusement park. Luckily more imagination was used in designing the expansion level than was used in developing the original title.
Excerpt: PAIN: Amusement Park is the first major expansion for PAIN , a game that was polarizing for many gamers. Some loved the ability to catapult characters around a massive city while others, like me, saw it as a fun distraction but not much of a game.
Summary: The first Pain was pricey ($9.99 USD) for a game that included only one level, but its simple premise proved entertaining for a brief time. Its expansion, Pain: Amusement Park, is cheaper ($5.99 USD), but it too contains a limited amount of material.
Pros: You can get run over by a roller coaster, Plenty of painful, cringe-worthy moments
Cons: Level design isn't as good this time around, Controls and camera are lousy, Not much in the way of content, Still have to pay for new characters