Rockstar does it again!
This game is seriously disgusting and very grotesque but aside's anything else this game is insane, it's fun, all the hour's of my life that I spent on it was just awesome, and then I lost the game, then I got it again because I just wanted to play it, it was just so fun! By far it is one of the few games that has the most weapon's I have seen by far, aside's Dead Island, and only $9.99!!!!!! I remember I got this new for $19.99 a long time ago, and this game is totally worth it, though I wish the control's for aiming with a gun was a little more comfortable but after that you get used to it, all of the execution's, and fun level's and gun shootings and omg just so fun!!!! >.< I seriously recomend this game to anyone that like horror games, but be advised if your little I don't think it's wise to get it, it's by far a very disgusting game, I just hope I don't loose it again -.-
WATCH OUT!! LOL
If you get disturbed by things easily then this game isn't for you. this is the most disccusting and disturbing game ive ever played. buts its soo fun!! the executions are so violent and bloody that you just want to see it again! if you love extremely violent games then i highly reccomend this to you.
freaken awesome game for hardcore players!!
i cant say one bad thing bout this game! when they say it has strong language blood and gore, and intence violence they arent kidding!! you can really chop a guys head off, do really awesome things with the weapons you have with the bad guys. the graphics i think is 10/10! the story mode takes bout two days to beat, it took me that long. overall it was so so worth 12.99!!, its worth more than that. hours of fun for only that price so go out and buy it now so u can kick some serious butt!!
Without a doubt, the best game for the psp i have ever played! the game is long, and takes a while to figure out. very violent, and interesting :D i 100% recommend this to people, mostly people that likes violence, blood, and an amazing story line (: 100% buy this game, you won't regret it!
Doesn't Live Up To The Original
The game immediately starts with a flashing montage of action at the Dixmor Insane Asylum. This is obviously a place that's gone horribly wrong, with doctors and orderlies preferring to beat the patients rather than treat them and their mental issues. Of course, this treatment can only go so far before karma retributively strikes back, and one dark night, a power outage strikes the asylum, resulting in the release of the inmates. The staff and administration is quickly overrun as the inmates seek their revenge against their caretakers, with chaos striking every hallway and cell. Without explaining any further backstory or introductions, you're suddenly introduced to the two main characters, Daniel Lamb and Leo Kasper. While this initial meeting is somewhat disorienting, it's rather apparent that this is intentional to fit with the situation Danny and Leo find themselves in, and adds to the atmosphere of the first level. I say first level, because you don't remain on the grounds of the asylum for very long. In fact, the asylum is much more of a training stage, where you learn most of the game's mechanics, such as learning the ins and outs of the radar system, alert status of possible enemies and stealth kills. Stealth is still by far the most important facet of the game, since your characters aren't tanks or fully capable of holding their own in a one on one fight. As a result, you'll need to stick to the shadows and time your attacks on your targets when they don't expect it, splitting up packs of enemies and preying on the unsuspecting as soon as possible. Much of this is handled through the use of sound, either by throwing objects to draw someone's attention to a location so you can strike with their back turned, or using a USB headset to make noises to draw them from their friends. However, in the first game, a player could distract some enemies and immediately head into the shadows for safety. That's not nearly as easy to pull off in Manhunt 2, thanks to the introduction of quick time events that are triggered by searching hunters in your general vicinity. Depending on how hard the hunters are looking for you, you will find a combination of buttons that will pop up on the screen that you'll need to input quickly to avoid detection. If you fail, you'll immediately get pulled out of the shadows by the enemy, and you can expect a fierce throttling. If you succeed, however, they'll be completely oblivious to your presence, and you can potentially go about eliminating them in a number of ways. Rockstar also cut out the executions so it has no gore, and the whole screen blurs up in a fuzz, so that is a big letdown from the original, because I mean, who doesn't have a disgusting urge to take your anger out on someone with something from thier bare hands to a shotgun? I know I do. Again, like the first game, players can finish off enemies along three separate levels based on how long you wait to strike. You can pull off a Hasty kill if you want to quickly eliminate a hunter that's close to you, but if you wait even longer, you can trigger Violent or even Gruesome kills. As you go up in the level of attack, the triggered animation for each lasts a bit longer, so some of the Gruesome kills will easily last for more than five seconds, while Hasty kills are sometimes over in one or two. However, you are no longer restricted to using your weapons to kill hunters. In Manhunt 2, you can take out enemies with environmental kills, setting them on fire, smashing them with manhole covers or closing them into iron maidens. You can even perform leaping kills from heights upon hunters below you, frequently bashing their skulls in on the landing. Finally, as players eventually gain access to firearms, players can now perform gun executions on enemies. This game totaly engages you in mental and physical combat, slipping in stealth while you're busy hiding. Unfortunately, some of these new tactics also wind up being the downfall for the en
This is the perfect game if you like killing games,It is so fun and addictive. You will feel like playing for ever.Anyway the story line is very interesting, and entertaining.The graphics are great and the controls are easy to learn. And i bought this game about two years ago and it took me about 3 months to finish it. I never felt like stopping.The sound is great the graphics are great the story line is great.And you get to kill a lot of people, and if you like games with killing this is the perfect game for you. you can have fun while your doing what you love to do.I love the game but if you don't like Gorey and bloody games you shouldn't play this game. And if you don't like cursing you shouldn't play this game but besides that this is the perfect game for you.
Intense, and Grotesce
This game was amazing. It had a long, and suspenceful storyline, and was terrifying. This game gave me nightmares. It was like a horrer movie that you played. my favorite part was the exicutions. you can sneak up behind people and kill them in the most violent ways you can think of. My personal favorite was when you can sneak up behind someone and soffocate them with a plastic bag. you can also jump off of rooftops and attack people. Some of the exicutions are really clever. In one level, you are carrying around a gas can for the whole level, and if there is an enemy around the corner, you can step back, pour a puddle of gas onto the ground, go hide in a corner, and throw a can or bottle near the puddle. The guard will hear it and walk over to the puddle of gas. You can then sneak up behing him and light the gas on fire and burn him to death. this is a game that you just dont want to put down. there are a lot of really chalenging levels that you just want to give up on, but you dont because you are having too much fun.This game is definately worth buying.
This game is just about all you could ask for
This game has it all folks. It has gore, violence, edge-of-your-seat suspense and a long story mode. The only thing that I would say hurts this game is it was censored, but yeah, the screen just turns red so that isn't even really too bad. Also the graphics are just about the same as the first Manhunt which doesn't really hurt it too bad. On a major plus side this game does introduce a lot of new features to the Manhunt series which make it worthwhile to purchase even if you already own the original. It gives you the option to do environmental kills which is a great addition to the game, and also it puts in execution kills for ALL of the guns. But if you can handle a little censorship and some alright graphics and can handle the brutality of this game, I would for sure pick a copy up since it will have you playing it for days.
closing the gap to AO
This game is the futre for a select type of game that is being forced to remain in the shadows, being forced to be reduced to sub par forms of their original design. This game used to be of an AO rating till it was decidedly reduced to mature. I can honestly say that had this been a film or a cd, it would have not been on the choping block. This game will be awsome, it will prove to be as graphic as it is inovative, and will hopefuly bring the world closer to the aceptance of AO games throught the proven fact that they are basicaly made of the same content of film and music productions that are being sold on store shelves withought being critisized to this extent.
I think this game should not be played by little kids
I think that this game should not be played by little kids because 1. It's rated mature and 2. it has the use of alot of things such as intense violence. My theory its only a game and if parents don't like it then don't buy it. But however i will.