Download Free PC Game Manhunt 2 Full Version
Manhunt 2 ‘s supposedly ultraviolent content. Like its predecessor, it depicts its share of grisly murders, gruesome decapitations, and a few swift kicks to the genitals for good measure. It’s visually less grisly than the original Manhunt: The much-ballyhooed blurring added to the most extreme acts often makes it difficult to see exactly what bloodthirsty rages you’re subjecting your victims to–particularly in the Wii version. However, don’t take this to mean that Manhunt 2 doesn’t deserve its M rating: There’s plenty of gore, sex, and adult language to go around. There’s also some solid stealthy gameplay to back up all the eviscerations. It’s got its share of problems (we’ll get to those later), and it’s not quite as rewarding as the original, but there’s a lot here into which patient gamers can sink their teeth. This isn’t a series of random bloody tantrums–it’s a calculated study in what drives a man to madness and to what extremes he will go to discover the truth.
You wanna stay alive? Stick to the shadows.
That man is Dr. Danny Lamb (not a randomly chosen name, certainly), an asylum inmate who manages to escape, thanks to a freak electrical malfunction. He doesn’t remember much, but he’s able to fill in bits and pieces through flashbacks, and with the help of fellow inmate and constant companion Leo. As Danny begins to remember more and more, he finds himself getting to the bottom of a medical experiment called “The Project,” as well as just how involved he was in its development. The plot is missing the degenerate thrills of the first Manhunt, but it still has a script only Rockstar could pen. The raunchy quips you’ll overhear from the game’s self-described “hunters” are sometimes creepy, often hysterical, and always worth a listen.
Just don’t expect anything as memorable as your encounter with Piggsy in the original Manhunt. Aside from the very nature of stealth gameplay (you always fear getting caught), there’s nothing scary here. You’re still fighting for your life, but unlike the original’s protagonist, Danny could simply disappear if he so desired. The danger is secondary–a result of his need to find out exactly who he is and how he ended up this way. Uncovering the truth and revealing the past makes for an interesting tale, but it’s not as engaging as the snuff film premise of the first, nor does it really ever take off, remaining content to mostly smolder until it pops its highly foreshadowed surprises. At least as far as the Manhunt games are concerned, fighting to stay alive is more compelling than fighting for your sanity.
It’s still an interesting story that is accentuated by an appropriately dirty and dank visual design. You’ll explore a raunchy, sticky sex club; gritty gas stations; and slummy warehouses; all places that seem like you could catch some nasty disease just by looking at them.
Manhunt 2 PC Game PC Requirements
Processor : Intel Pentium 4 at 1.7+ GHz / AMD Athlon 1800+
Video Card : 128 MB – DirectX 9.0c Compatible video card With Shader Model 2.0 support (Nvidia 6200GT or Better / ATI Radeon x300 or Better)
Memory : 512MB for XP / 1 GB for Vista
Hard Disk : 4 GB of free Hard Drive Space
Operating System : Microsoft Windows XP (Home and Professional) SP1 / Windows Vista
Sound Card : DirectX 9.0 Compatible
Direct X : 9.0
Gameplay : Keyboard and Mouse
Installation : DVD-ROM Drive