Manhunt Review (Rockstar's Most Notorious Game) – Gggmanlives



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Manhunt is a stealth-based survival horror video game developed by Rockstar North and published by Rockstar Games. It was originally released for the PlayStation 2 on November 18, 2003, and for Microsoft Windows and Xbox on April 20, 2004. The game was also re-released through the PlayStation Network for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 in 2013 and 2016, respectively. Players control James Earl Cash (voiced by Stephen Wilfong), a death row prisoner forced to participate in a series of snuff films for an underground director, former film producer Lionel Starkweather (Brian Cox).

The game received positive reviews by critics, with particular praise directed at its dark tone and violent nature. The game also received great controversy, due to the level of graphic violence in it. It was banned in several countries, and implicated in a murder by the UK media, although this implication was later rejected by the police and courts. The game won several accolades, and spawned the sequel Manhunt 2 in 2007. As of March 2008, the series has collectively sold 1.7 million copies.

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41 thoughts on “Manhunt Review (Rockstar's Most Notorious Game) – Gggmanlives”

  1. Rockstar needs to either give us a sequel or reboot the game for next gen consoles. Granted with better graphics with a fantastic story to back it up would make an engaging game.

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  2. I’m wanting to play this game. It’s a old pc game I’ll be most likely to play this on max on new HD graphics

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  3. Ive always wanted to play this game again but a few years ago when i tried it kept crashing after 5 minutes in the tutorial and some of the buttons didnt respond, no idea how to make this game playable

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  4. I remember actually really enjoying the shooting levels just for how janky they were. Cash may be a stone cold serial killing psycho, but he's a bit… well… crap when it comes to confrontation, so the gunfights were scary and random. I got the same feeling removing auto aim and the crosshairs on Red Dead Redemption 2 (on PS4)- every gunfight becomes a scary, chancy clusterf*ck.

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  5. I suck at stealth games. But the one level full of racists pissed me off so bad I made it through on a perfect run first try.
    Not often a game immerses me like that!

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  6. I used to really enjoy this game back in the day but bought it on psn about a month ago. My god it has not aged well. The controls are horrendous. Ive no idea how i managed to play it before. I still have fond memories though.

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  7. Rockstar should really remaster this game, or remake it. The controversy would just come all right back again. Imagine this game with RDR2 graphics.

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  8. It's crazy how null and bored you get of the kills by the end of the game. At that point you're just trying to finish it.

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  9. It's crazy how null and bored you get of the kills by the end of the game. At that point you're just trying to finish it.

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  10. One summer night I was running away from a gang member with barely any health, and my dad touched my shoulder and made me jumped. 10/10 game to play at night

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  11. The game was linked to a murder in the UK, a teenager went to the park with his friend and put a bag over his head and smashed his head in with a hammer just after playing the game….manhunt 2 was then banned in the UK before release so was never sold here

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  12. This game used the ps2 mic as well. So I hooked that up and had this unique experience where I was panicking and saying profane language. They were following me and I had to stfu to hide. It was a surreal 20 seconds that I won’t forget

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  13. I liked manhunt 1 but not 2 because it got censored. Just recently bought manhunt 1 again on playstation 4 and getting the platinum was bloody tough!

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