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Platform : Xbox
Rated: Mature
4.4 out of 5 stars 63 customer reviews
Metascore: 74 / 100

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  • You are James Earl Cash, a killer sentenced to death row. On the night of your execution, you are taken away by a mysterious director named Starkweather. You're now the star of a brutal TV show. Dropped off in a city of psychopaths, where everyone is after him, Cash has one night to fight his way out of the city. Kill or be killed.
  • Panic-inducing 3rd-person action rewards stealth over fighting. Use shadows to your advantage, find Safe Zones and hide out there - waiting & planning the perfect murder
  • Use whatever you can find to kill the men after you -- the bloodier, the better. Cameras are everywhere & Starkweather wants to see blood. lots of it.
  • The levels get tougher & tougher, and so should you -- use crowbars, bats, machetes, guns and lots of stealth to kill your way home
  • Study the enemy's movements and lure them into traps -- but be careful, they get smarter as you play. Eventually they'll start setting traps for you.
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Product Description

Manhunt brings you the story of James Earl Cash, a once deceased man who finds himself alive in a town where he is hunted for sport! Items within the environment are your weapons to survive the night. Choose a stealthy and silent or loud and destructive approach to combat. Do all that you can to escape this nightmare and find out who put you here in the first place!

From the Manufacturer

They just killed Cash. Now, they want to kill him again. America is full of run down, broken rust-belt towns where nobody cares and anything goes. In Carcer City, nothing matters anymore and all that's left are cheap thrills. The ultimate rush is the power to grant life and take it away, for sport. This time James Earl Cash, you are the sport. They gave you your life back. Now, they are going to hunt you down. You awake to the sound of your own panicked breath. You must run, hide and fight to survive. If you can stay alive long enough, you may find out who did this to you. This is a brutal blood sport.

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  • ASIN: B0001JXQ5Q
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: April 20, 2004
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,518 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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By A Customer on May 5, 2004
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Manhunt possibly the most dark and violent game yet...very easily..here's the deal you're James Earl Cash an ex Deathrow convict re-awakened after a false execution of sorts by the mysterious DIRECTOR "Starkweather".....you awaken in your cell to the voice of the director telling you your not dead and you thus enter his sick game of HIDE AND SEEK...you start off in an alley way somewhat beaten up and barely concious to what's going on taking orders from the DIRECTOR through an earpiece you found in the cell....thus the killing begins...you're being stalked by guys called "HUNTERS" usally gang members,twisted psychos with masks,cops, ex-military personell, and swat members...all of which have their own trademark style of hunting and intelligence in which they stalk you....as James Earl Cash you must rely heavily on stealth to make it through this game...taking to the shadows and leaping out whenever you feel the time is right...but be careful not to make too much noise or you're alert the hunters to your presence and it's pretty much run or be made into hamburger.....there's about 20 levels in this game....each level get's harder up until the last few where the game gets downright insane.....and lastly pitting you up with a deranged pigman named Piggsy who will tear you apart in seconds if you don't aproach him right...Manhunt is a fun and challenging game another Rockstar hit or miss...may be too graphic for some...but for those who can stomach bloodlet...your stupid to miss out on this sickly likeness to the Schwarzegger movie "The Running Man"....pick this up if you like any of Rockstar's previous games..it's not GTA..but it works. :) Oh and get the headset for this game it makes the whole experience that much better being able to yell at the Hunters instead of beating on things to draw their attention.....good game..get it.
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Manhunt is one of the best games I have played since the original Resident Evil game on PS1. I am sure this game tops the list of every Parental Watchdog groups list of games to be avoided. It is ultra-violent with no redeeming social value of any kind, has absolutely no educational value, in short Manhunt is everything that I love about video games. I wanted to wait until I finished the game before reviewing it, as it's easy to tell that some of the reviews below are from folks who played a couple levels and then gave up. Sure, the gameplay may be a little repetitive, and if you want a fast paced, shoot-em' up, Manhunt may not be the game for you. But if you are up for being outgunned, out numbered, being hunted and stalked by a wide variety of sickos through multiple creepy levels, if you like the idea of creeping around, slicing and slashing your way through deserted ubran areas that are designed to give you nightmares, then Manhunt is the game for you. Sure, there may be some flaws to the game here and there, and you obviously have to suspend belief while playing, but this is one fun game that should give you hours of entertainment.
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By A Customer on July 5, 2004
This game starts off slow... but it gets amazing fast. The camera is very user friendly and the control is near perfect (the only thing missing is the ability to make Cash (the anti-hero) crouch). I'll warn you though... the early levels are repetitive: it does (believe it or not) get somewhat tiresome sneaking around executing people. But with each level comes a new environment, new weapons, and new foes. The enemies also get progressively smarter to the point in fact that they use squad based tactics to track you, trap you and storm you. It turns into a very difficult game. In the first few levels you fight ruthless gangs with melee weapons such as bats, knives, glass shards, wires, and sickles. Near the end of the game you'll find yourself at odds with the cops and SWAT teams in all out gun blazing atmospheres with handguns, sniper rifles, shotguns, assault rifles and uzis just to name a few (with tonnes of steath thrown into the mix). Think Max Payne/Dead to Rights meets Splinter Cell. You can surprise enemies by popping out from behind cover, have them targetted from the protection of the shadows, trap them by moving dead bodies to locations that they will come to check out (locations where you just may be waiting silently in the shadows), make noise to attract them... trust me, it gets very entertaining/challenging when you've got 10 members of a SWAT team tracking you and you've got nothing but a shotgun and your wits to off them all. You cannot outgun them... theres no slow motion dives here. In all honesty, if you begin blasting without any thought, you'll take down one or two enemies tops... depending on your luck, before they kill you. You've got to split them up... off them one at a time, but they stick together making this task extremely difficult. And remember..Read more ›
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There is a movement going on in the world of video gaming, those of us who absolutely cherish the 'Manhunt' title are doing whatever we can to convince Rockstar to make a sequel to this game!!! It's been out for a few years, and I know it was a hit when it first came out, so instead of wasting time with more dumb GTA titles, can we please get our sequel? There is numerous web-sites dedicated to this 'movement' , they talk about petitions, phone-calls, you name it, fans of this game are willing to do it. I believe one person went so far as to try and get to the head execs at Rockstar headquarters, but his message apparently fell on deaf ears.

Alot of fans feel the reason no sequel has been discussed is all the controversy that first appeared upon the games initial release. I have a hard time believing this, while I agree this game is sick and twisted and extremely violent, it's nothing we haven't seen before in any of the GTA or Resident Evil titles. If anyone takes this game to serious and causes any problems then blame the individual, not the game.

Okay, enough preaching, let's chat about this amazing game. No game I've ever played kept me more entertained, excited, and shaking my head in disbelief then 'Manhunt'. While I agree it is a tad slow and deliberate, the patience and persistence you need to play this only adds to the enjoyment. It's nice to have a game when you can use stealth instead of mass-murdering, when you use patience and planning istead of running head-on into the crowd and start hacking everything in sight. I also liked the way the game gets much harder the farther you advance, at first the beginning levels are rather easy, but as you hit level after level (there are 20) the game gets more intense and much more violent.
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