Manhunt is the most violent videogame ever made, and even I pondered whether the unflinching unpleasantness was justified, seconds before I repeatedly caved a gang member's skull in with a baseball bat until his brains spilled out. Developed by Grand Theft Auto creator Rockstar North (originally for PS2), Manhunt puts you in the Death Row fatigues of James Earl Cash. He's a nasty sort: a convicted murderer who, instead of being killed by lethal injection, awakes in Career City, USA. with a direct earpiece-link to snuff movie auteur Lionel Starkweather (played by Brit actor Brian Cox).
To survive this urban nightmare, you must find any weapons you can lay your hands on to kill gang members and government agents in the nastiest way possible. This keeps your sick TV audience frothing at the mouth, and also helps you progress through Manhunt's levels or scenes with the aid of Starkweather's whispered instructions.
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As a stealth game, Manhunt is simplistic, without any of Splinter Cell's ledge clambering or hanging upside-down from a roof by your toenails - you don't even have crouch or prone options. Avoiding enemies is just a matter of keeping the noise you make to a minimum and sticking to the shadows, and as long as you're hidden (represented by a shadow figure icon turning blue), the gameplay convention means any baddies can't see you, which can appear rather stupid when you're almost nose-to-nose. Also, it's sometimes difficult, even with PC mouse-look, to manoeuvre the camera when your back is against the wall to see exactly where any threat is coming from.
Another criticism is that the hand-to-hand and weapon combat system is crude, with aiming difficult and multiple adversaries almost impossible to deal with. You always have to leg it and hide behind the nearest corner, luring enemies by throwing objects, dumping corpses in full view, or making a noise by tapping on a wall as in Metal Gear Solid 2. The later action-heavy levels involving almost constant firefights are often frustrating because of this unsatisfying real-time fighting. Add the annoying checkpoint saving system too, and Manhunt can often appear as if it's designed to drive you to murder.
Fair enough, there are some genuinely tense gaming moments when you're being hunted down by enemies, with the heart-beat sound effects and John Carpenter-style electronic soundtrack adding to the superbly dark atmosphere -and it's the stealth kills that give Manhunt its raison d'etre.
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Sneaking up behind enemies means you can pull off quick, nasty or gruesome executions from the POV of a hidden camera, complete with fuzzy videotape effects and blood splatters on the lens - all with improved hi-res PC graphics. All the different death moves, depending on your chosenferocity of attack and type of weapon - ranging from plastic bag suffocations to gory axe assaults - are immensely satisfying and addictive too, willing you to discover the next piece of killing equipment.
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Manhunt isn't an essential game - it has a pernickety camera, repetitive gameplay and often-frustrating real-time combat. Yet, it also has a unique atmosphere, tense moments and stylish, visceral videotaped kill cut-scenes - if you can stomach the violence. Now, where's that cheese wire?