|Game Name||Manhunt 2 [Uncensored]|
|Game Release||2007-10-29 (14 years ago)|
|Genre||Hack, Stealth, Survival Horror|
Review by magistery0:
From the producers of the ever popular GTA series Rockstar games comes a more bloody,violent,psychological,third person survival Game.
you play as Daniel Lamb a mental patient along with his long time companion Leo Casper.
as you escape the mental asylum you’ll encounter other mental patients and other forces as they try to kill you with everything they’ve got. with the help of your companion Leo, you have to take down and kill everything that gets in your way to survive!
As Daniel Lamb you have lost all of your memories and the only lead that you have is your friend Leo Casper who teaches you everything that you need to do.
as you uncover your true identity and the people who abducted you (The Project), you’ll soon realize that your existence plays a larger role that can jeopardize the whole Project itself!
If you played any of the free roaming GTA games on the PSP, you’ll surely wont mind it being a bit outdated even by PSP standards.
Stealth plays a larger role in this game. you kill you enemies by using some pretty dirty underhanded tactics like sneaking up behind them and using every little thing that you can get your hands on such as a broken piece of glass, a pen, and even a plastic bag for a very violent kill!
and the longer you wait,the more gruesome the kill will be. just keep in mind that after you’ve done the deed be sure to hide back into the shadows. the enemy AI in this game is just hilarious when they can’t even see you at point blank range!
my only complaint (the bad AI is quite fine in normal mode) is they didn’t add any camera controls. you need to move your character around to move the camera which gets kind of annoying when you’re hiding.
the sound effects and voice acting are good the only problem is.. there are no consistent BGM/background music in this game.
Again, If you’ve played any of the GTA on the PSP and enjoys a Good dose of violence then this might just be right up your alley.