Summary: Headhunter combines almost all genres of games from stealth, shooting, and drving to make it one of the best games on PS2. This game should be getting way more credit then it already does and is easily the most underrated game out there.
Summary: Headhunter has gotten almost no real advertising and great reviews, despite the fact it is one of the best games I have. This game is very much like the covert/action games with a bit of everything: shooting, driving, puzzles, covert missions, and upgrades. I feel as though all PS2 owners should at least try and rent the game, if not purchase it. By not playing this you are missing one of the best games on the system.
Summary: I actually liked this game! I considered this game one of the most underrated games ever. The physics and action play is quite good and the abundance of play is worth the buy. If you like to do a little fighting with a little puzzlin' to solve than this is a good game you might have not heard of. I like how you can ride a motorcycle around the town from place to place but you can't do it at will which really stinks but hopefully they will allow that in the sequel!
Summary: HeadHunter was a fun game. Though it had some flaws! I beat the game in 9 hours 5 minutes. It would be a fun rent though, because theres anough bad guys to shoot in each second of the game to keep it from getting boring. Next... it was so short... oh done said that. If you like MGS this is not a stealth game but it's like MGS.
Summary: Let me first start out by discussing the bad points since there are just a few. I don't know how to ride a real motorcycle; I'm scared of them, but it would probably be easier for me to overcome my fear of riding one in real life than the one in the videogame. The controls are horrible. Also, who thought of that stupid simulator you have to go through in order to upgrade your license? That was ridiculous!!! Besides these two headaches, I thoroughly enjoyed the game.
Summary: This game is really great in a lot of areas. The controls and game style are a lot like Metal Gear Solid 2 (as you can probably tell from numerous other reviewers), so if you go from that game to this one (as I did) you'll be catching on rather quickly. The only thing that really stinks about this game is the saving system. You can save at any point during a level, but if you get killed you're starting all over again on that level.
Summary: When I purchased Headhunter I had heard that it was a very good game and that it was in the same comparrison as Metal Gear Solid 2. Well the game definetly isn't that good, and although I will reccomend it, you really should just borrow it from someone instead of buying it. First off, the game is very very hard. This is coming from someone who beat MGS2 in just under 9 hours.
Summary: Best shotgun action of any game. Sportbike play is decent. Can equip and unequip your shades. Stealth kills' neck crunching sound affects never get old. Only down side to the game is that it takes too long to get the machine gun and missile launcher. But once you have the missile launcher, the fun never ends! Better than Red Faction? Yes. Better than GTA3? Negative. Addictive? Absolutely!
Summary: I just rented this game and was pleasently supprised by how good it was. It is like a syphon filter, with a detailed story line. they use live action actors posing as a news telecast to tell the story as you proceed. They use a training mode to help you with your skills as the game proceeds. I wasn't that crazy about the motor cycle part of the game, but that's just to get from one place to another.