Manhunt P.C Review (MATURE VIDEO CONTENT WARNING!)




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gilgamesh310: "I play games to be entertained and waiting 10 minutes to sneak past an enemey only to get caught by another and for the checkpoint to take you back to the 1st enemy where you again have to wait 10 minutes just does my head in. I don't find sneaking past them fun or gratifying." I recently played through all of Manhunt and found that what you described there to perfectly sum up the game. I don't see how you would have enjoyed the stealth in the game. Splinter Cell has better stealth.

gilgamesh310: There should be very little sneaking in Hitman. It's about stealing an enemy's disquise and blending in. Very few sections of the games require you to sneak. Blood Money is easily the best game in the series. Hitman 2 has too many flaws to make it worth playing today.

SvendonJ00: Cool. If you didn't like 2, you may be just adverse to Blood Money. It's basically the same game, but you have a lot more freedom to do what you want, and it's a hell of a lot less broken and buggy than 2.

DEIVION212: Trust me, you were far from asshole status. Nothing wrong with that comment at all. I'll see if I can find a demo of that Hitman, because when I played Hitman 2 I believe it was, I did get bored with the whole sneaking around crap.

SvendonJ00: Just played this for the first time last year, and some of the violence in it still resonated with me while I was playing (surprising since it's such an old game). Near the end, the game forces you to use guns more, which is where I thought the game started to get a bit monotonous. And of course, here I get to be an asshole and try to tell you how to do your job. Hitman Blood Money is an awesome stealth game, and isn't restricted in how you solve problems. Definitely try it if time permits.

DEIVION212: Yeah, I mentioned it to my brother and he basically looked at me and said "so instead of £30 for 3 games, you want to spend £30 on 1 of them?" and I just couldn't believe my stupidity.

gilgamesh310: In the HD version that is recently released on the PS 3 and xbox 360, MGS 3 has a camera that you have full control over. I don't think the 3DS version is meant to be that good.

DEIVION212: See that may also be a problem, whenever I've played them in the past it was on consoles and no such feature existed. Although I really wasn't a fan of the Ridpickle films or games. I know my mate loves them, but I just couldn't get away with them. Yeah I did enjoy that mission on COD4, it's the only part of COD4 I enjoyed really, the campaign.

DEIVION212: I think I may have to give MGS3 3DS a go then at some point, thanks for the info :)

gilgamesh310: it. I think it's the best in the series. There are some great boss battles and loads of epic moments. It shouldn't really matter whether you like the stealth or not. There's a sniper duel that occurs later on, which is easily one of the very best bosses in gaming.

gilgamesh310: If you play the Subsistence version, it's easier to know where the enemy are. The stealth in the original version is fairly broken because of the stupid overhead camera. The start of MGS 3 is probably the second worst part of the game(after the crapty escort section at the end). That part you mentioned is very tedious. The game gets much better as it goes on though. You can trip loads of alerts and just blast through a lot of enemies in later sections. I strongly recommend you go back and play

gilgamesh310: Thief does stealth better than any other game, but you still mightn't like it because it requires a huge amount of patience, especially because of the fact that it's in first person. It's hard to get a bead on where the enemies are moving and what direction cameras are rotating when you can't see them without peaking out and risking getting spotted. You might like Thief 1 better than Thief 2 because not every level involves stealth, but in Thief 2 it does. I haven't played the third yet

gilgamesh310: Most stealth games feature a quicksave, though you would probably hate Velvet Assassin. Have you played Escape from Butcher Bay? That has stealth sequences interspersed with other more action packed parts. Im sure you would appreciate that game's sense of pacing. The All Ghilled Up mission in CoD 4 offers some very fast paced stealth which Im sure you would like too. I do think too much stealth without any action becomes rote after a while. There does need to be a release from all the tension.

DEIVION212: Never played Thief though.

DEIVION212: Honestly, with MGS 3, in the very start of the game it says you have to sneak past guards because if you're spotted an unlimited number of guards will keep coming. And after spending an hour trying to sneak past, I got bored and sold it. Only plus was that I paid almost nothing for the limited edition and sold it for more than double I paid on e-Bay just 2 days later. Now I wish I'd kept it for a few month, lol. But yeah, in MGS 1 and 2 I set tons of alarms off and had a blast playing them.

DEIVION212: Nailed in one bud. I play games to be entertained and waiting 10 minutes to sneak past an enemey only to get caught by another and for the checkpoint to take you back to the 1st enemy where you again have to wait 10 minutes just does my head in. I don't find sneaking past them fun or gratifying. Only time I've ever had fun being full stealth is on Batman, because those games do an ace job of making you feel like batman You also barely have to wait around in them.

gilgamesh310: Stealth is no more enforced in MGS 3 than it is in any other installment in the series. Did you just blast your way through most of MGS 1 and 2? There couldn't have been much satisfaction in that. Stealth is rarely completely enforced in any game, but it is strongly recommened in most that feature it. You don't have to be stealthy in the Thief games but it is by far the most viable option. I find the act of sneaking past enemies to be quite satisfying. I assume you just lack the patience for it.

DEIVION212: Not really, a lot of times it's just recomended. Exactly, lol. It's why I love Deus Ex, although Deus Ex is actually fun with stealth because it's got a great and unique system which does work, mainly, that you can sneak up and then open fire and John Rambo everything, it's like Crysis. I loved MGS until 3 when they enforced stealth. Couldn't even beat the first section.

gilgamesh310: Isn't it enforced in at least the first half of manhunt? If it's ot enforced they aren't really stealth games at all eg. Deus Ex. What do you think of Metal Gear Solid?

DEIVION212: Only stealth games I like are ones where it's not enforced.
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gilgamesh310: "I play games to be entertained and waiting 10 minutes to sneak past an enemey only to get caught by another and for the checkpoint to take you back to the 1st enemy where you again have to wait 10 minutes just does my head in. I don't find sneaking past them fun or gratifying." I recently played through all of Manhunt and found that what you described there to perfectly sum up the game. I don't see how you would have enjoyed the stealth in the game. Splinter Cell has better stealth.
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