Excerpt: Headhunter review Game Over Online - http://www.game-over.com Many may recognize Headhunter as being one of the last titles that was intended for release on the Dreamcast. Unfortunately, it was never released in the States on that system. Like so many other great Dreamcast games we were gypped out of in the final days of the system, Headhunter is a game that was re-coded and ported over to a competing system, in this case the PS2.
Excerpt: Pulled from the rubble of the Dreamcast collapse, Headhunter puts you in the role of Jack Wade, Headhunter. Imagine a place where gang warfare and crime have led to repression under a near-fascist regime. A place where those who oppose the law are not only used as guinea pigs for an experimental mind-chip project, but subject to gutting for organ donation as well. The organs are transplanted into the bodies of law-abiding citizens in need. Sounds like a good idea huh?
Excerpt: Jack Wade, a confident if scruffy hunk of meat with partial amnesia, is a Headhunter: an elite bounty hunter in a futuristic world of privatized law enforcement. Recovering from whatever placed him in a coma, Jack must reclaim his Headhunter title and his own memories while fending off threats from his unknown past.
Excerpt: With the death of the Dreamcast now a distant memory, there are still little reminders of the console's life lingering about. Many consider the announcement of Shenmue II for the Xbox the final nail in the Dreamcast's coffin, but most forget Sega's answer to the Syphon Filters and Metal Gear Solids of the industry: Headhunter. Upholding its tradition of quick-and-dirty Sega ports, Acclaim has repurposed the Headhunter code from the Dreamcast to the PlayStation 2.
Excerpt: Pour ceux qui en doutaient, point fort de l'épisode précédent , le scénario de Headhunter Redemption est tout aussi bon. Un détail qui a son importance pour un titre qui n'apporte guère de nouveautés au niveau du gameplay. Cette fois, l'on apprend de quelle manière Jack n'a eu d'autre choix que de liquider le père d'une petite fille répondant au doux nom de Leeza X. Dix années ont passé. Jack arrête une jeune adolescente qui file un mauvais coton, Leeza.