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  1. Manhunt (video game) - Wikipedia

    Manhunt is a 2003 stealth-based survival horror video game developed by Rockstar North and published by Rockstar Games, originally released for the PlayStation 2 in November 2003, and for Microsoft Windows and Xbox in April 2004. Manhunt was released through the PlayStation Network for the PlayStation 3 in 2013 and PlayStation 4 in 2016.

  2. Manhunt 2 - Wikipedia

    Manhunt 2 was released for PSP, PS2 and Wii in the US on 31 October, with an M rating. The very next day, 1 November, a method that removed the blurring effect on the PSP and PS2 versions was released by a group of PSP crackers .

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    Game development began in 2004 at Rockstar Vienna. In 2006 Rockstar Vienna was closed, and Rockstar London took over development. Rockstar Toronto developed the Wii version.Five voice actors have confirmed to have recorded dialogue for the game. Even though two of them chose to remain anonymous, the third voice actor James Urbaniak publicly announced it on his blog on March 16, 2006, only to remove it days later. Of the other two voice actors said to have recorded dialogue for the game, one o...

    Similar to the first Manhunt, players perform \\"executions\\" in three deadly shades - Hasty (white) Violent (yellow) and Gruesome (red) 1. Firearms can now be used for executions. 2. A new feature to executions in the game are the environmental kills, which can be used to eliminate an opponent. For example, you can push an enemy face-first into a live fuse box, use telephone cords to strangle an enemy or you can beat an enemy to death in a toilet. 3. Loud ambient noises can now be exploited...

    In the year 2006, The Pickman Project dealt with a top secret weapon experiment which was led by Dr. Whyte. Everything looked to be going well until the project suddenly had its government funding cut due to its controversial work methods, which meant that ‘The Project’ would be shut down indefinitely. Dr. Pickman believed he was close to a break through and decided to do one last experiment, however he needed a subject in order to carry out his work. Daniel volunteered to becoming one of the...

    Yellow Class Weapons: 1. Can 2. Severed Head 3. Brick 4. Golf Ball 5. Glass BottleGreen Class Weapons: 1. Barbed Wire 2. Plastic Bag 3. Glass Shard 4. Pen 5. Syringe 6. Whisky BottleBlue Class Weapons: 1. Razor 2. Circular Saw 3. Crowbar 4. Flare Gun 5. Flashlight 6. Hacksaw 7. Heavy Handgun 8. Light Handgun 9. Nightstick 10. Pliers 11. Revolver 12. Sickle 13. Tranquilizer Pistol 14. Sub-Machine GunRed Class Weapons: 1. Assault Rifle 2. Baseball Bat 3. Crossbow 4. Axe 5. Katana 6. Mace 7. Saw...

    Following Manhunt 2's announcement, attorney Jack Thompson promised to file suit to block the sale of Manhunt 2 and Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto IV. Take-Two petitioned United States District Court for the Southern Distict of Florida to block Thompson's pending lawsuit. Thompson immediately filed a counter-suit, accusing Take-Two and various other prominent game media outlets of racketeering. The dispute was later settled: Thompson agreed to not sue or threaten to sue to block sale or distribu...

    Manhunt 2 was met with mixed reviews in comparison with the first game. The Wii version received an average score of 65% according to Metacritic, while the PS2 and PSP versions each received 67% and 69%, respectively. In 2009 the Windows PC version was released, and was much better well received overall. 1. IGN gave the Wii version 7.7/10, saying \\"Manhunt 2 isn't the tour de force title that will grab your attention and keep you there like the first one did.\\" also \\"The AI doesn't feel as goo...

    1. Most of the vehicles, weapons, and clothes are taken from the Grand Theft Auto games. E.g: Trashmaster, Mule, Rumpo, and Voodoo . Also the sound when Danny, or Leo picks up a weapon, or painkillers are from Grand Theft Auto III. 2. The game takes place within the same universe as the Grand Theft Auto games. 3. This is the final game within Rockstar's \\"3D Universe\\". 4. The game never specifies when is it set. A poster in the flashback level Assassination mentions 2006, but that would indic...

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    Manhunt is a stealth-action game and first of the Manhunt series, developed by Rockstar North, published by Rockstar Games and released in 2003 for Playstation 2, Xbox and PC. Gameplay in Manhunt consists of multiple linear levels driving the story. The player must survive each level by eliminating enemies by killing them in brutal ways. The game makes use of stealth, encouraging the player to ...

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  6. Manhunt | Rockstar Games Wiki | Fandom
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    Manhunt is a controversial stealth-action game in the horror genre, developed by Rockstar North and published by Rockstar Games. The game was released in 2003 for Playstation 2 and 2004 for PC and Xbox.

    Manhunt is played in 3rd person in a linear "level" style, unlike other, free roaming games by Rockstar such as Grand Theft Auto. The game focuses on stealth and at most times the player must stay hidden in the shadows and execute hunters from behind in brutal ways, with a variety of weapons. The player can also create distractions to lure hunters, like throwing bricks and cans, hitting walls, kicking trash cans and more.

    Despite being well received by critics, Manhunt created an uproar of controversy due to it's violent nature and horror elements. The game encourages players to be as brutal as possible to the enemies and spill as much blood as possible. Manhunt was banned in several countries was even connected to a murder, but this was later dis-proven.

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    Manhunt is a stealth-based survival horror video game developed by Rockstar North and published by Rockstar Games, originally released for the PlayStation 2 in November 2003, and for Microsoft Windows and Xbox in April 2004. Manhunt was released through the PlayStation Network for the PlayStation 3 in 2013 and PlayStation 4 in 2016. It is the first installment in the Manhunt series, and was followed by 2007's Manhunt 2. Set in the fictional American settlement of Carcer City, Manhunt chronicles...

    In 2003 in Carcer City, a journalist reports on the news about James Earl Cash, a death row prisoner recently executed by lethal injection. However, Cash was only sedated, awakening to an unknown voice referring to himself as "The Director" giving him instructions through an earpiece. The Director promises Cash his freedom, but only if he murders "Hunters" – gang members sent to hunt him – in special areas filmed by CCTV. Cash is instructed to kill members of "Hoods", a gang of corrupt ...

    Development on Manhunt began around 2000 and lasted almost three years, concurrently to the development and releases of Grand Theft Auto III and Grand Theft Auto: Vice City. The production on Manhunt was commenced by a different team than the one which worked on the GTA titles, with former Rockstar Games employee Jeff Williams noting the game was a "pet project" of Rockstar North.

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  8. Manhunt 2 | Manhunt Wiki | Fandom
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    During a severe thunderstorm, the security systems at the Dixmor Asylum for the Criminally Insane momentarily go offline, opening the cell doors throughout the facility, resulting in the populace wandering freely through the corridors. Two such inmates are Daniel Lamb and Leo Kasper. Daniel is disoriented and partly amnesiac, unable to remember how or why he came to Dixmor. Under Leo's guidance, they escape the facility and make their way to the ruins of Daniel's old home. Inside, Daniel recovers medication which Leo says he left there for himself in the event of his forgetting the past. The medication helps to clear his head somewhat, and he begins to remember fragments of his former life. He and Leo then set out to unravel the secrets of Daniel's past, all the while pursued by bounty hunters and agents of a mysterious organization called "The Project". As the plot unfolds, Daniel learns that he was once a top scientist in the employ of the "Pickman Project", a government-sponsored...

    Rockstar Vienna begun the development of Manhunt 2 in 2005 but had to stop because they were shut down in 2006, when they almost finished the game. Rockstar London continued the development for PS2 and PC, whilst Rockstar Toronto continued the Wii port and Rockstar Leeds, the PSP port, whilst Rockstar North oversaw all development. This led to many version differences, such as weapons appearing exclusivly of certain versions, civilians being removed, different dialogues and cutscenes and censorship.

    The gameplay of Manhunt 2 remains very similar to that of it's precessor, with many new features added, such as the ability to climb low walls and over objects, smash lights to create darker areas, and crawling under fences as well as tunnels and airvents. Like the first game, Manhunt 2 encourages players to stay hidden and brutally kill enemies whilst their backs are turned. Players can hide in shadows where they cannot be seen, but unlike the first game, now if a hunter becomes suspicious, the player will have to control the character's breathing and heart beat (method is different between versions). The player can lure enemies to jump them or separate them to pick them off one by one. Deaf hunters are shown as blue arrows and can't hear the player because of music,a helicopter or machinery. Executions remain the same as the first game. There three different types of execution, in order of brutality: Hasty, Violent and Gruesome. Tapping the attack button will trigger a hasty execu...

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    Instruction manuals uploaded Computer scans from the instruction manuals for both games have been uploaded and can be found here: Instruction Manual for Manhunt and Instruction Manual for Manhunt 2. Many of the images provide source for multiple references, mostly things about Daniel Lamb's past, Lionel Starkweather's film industry and more. ´Down2Business • Talk08:32, September 8, 2011 (UTC) Source template created There have been many encounters with fan-fiction on this site and we plan on stopping it. If anyone has doughts about a page or suspects something of being fan-fiction, please add {{Source}} at the top of that page and we will look into it. Please comment on this here, and please help find a source for the pages listed here. Thank you, Down2Business -- YoU-tHiNk-Im-JoKiNg?16:00, August 13, 2011 (UTC) News>

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  10. Manhunt (video game series) - Wikipedia

    Manhunt is a stealth-based survival horror video game series developed by Rockstar North, as well as several other Rockstar studios, and published by Rockstar Games.The series began in 2003 with the release of Manhunt, and continued in 2007 with Manhunt 2.

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