Damnation really ought to have been better than it was. Steampunk cowboys should have made for a cracking premise, and it certainly gets a few things right. The gritty backdrops are rather fetching, the concept of enhanced verticality was fairly promising and... well... it's got Steampunk cowboys. Unfortunately everything ends up feeling rather half-baked as the clunky controls and overlong stages turn the proceedings into a miserable grind in parts. Unbelievably frequent loading screens also stink up the joint during levels, making this humble critic wonder why they didn't just make the levels shorter. Still, it's also a fiver and the co-op campaign is actually fairly fun with another ornery hombre in tow.