Reviews and Problems with Hunter: The Reckoning Wayward
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If you played the first, you'll buy the second
D. M. "Lazarus3000", Amazon
17 July 2013
Summary: Yes, it's back to Ashcroft which does lack some originality but this hack/slash from the memorable days of White Wolf fiction delivers all the fun of the first installment with improved graphics and sound. You get the benefit of a hotel room in between missions to review cut scenes and the such, a new hunter is added to the frey as well.
Summary: Just found this one used at my local Gamestop for under 5 bucks and in decent condition. Took it home, immediately popped this baby in and have not been able to put it down. This game is awesome! Why did I not check this one out several years ago? The style of gameplay reminds me a lot of like a twisted Gauntlet. To many this game will probably seem repetative. For me, thats what I love about it, the mindless "hack, sever, slash and repeat"!
Summary: I use to own Hunter The Reckoning: Wayward years ago but when I lent it to my idiot friend, he gave it back to me but it was too late when I saw the case was empty. I bought the game again on this site that was stated as "like new." Last I checked, "like new" means the disc actually looks like no one has ever used it. But this disc looks like it was thrown around in a room of thorns. I'm really disappointed for falling for another false advertisement.
Summary: I love RPGs such as Baldur's Gate and Champions for PS2. Because of those games, Amazon recommended this to me. Don't be fooled. It is nothing like them. The controls are horrible. The gameplay is mindless. It is impossible to aim your guns well or to fight effectively with your melee weapons. It seems more like an arcade game you would put a quarter in once and never again. A complete waste of time and money.
Summary: There is really not a better way to explain it - this is the average shooter game. I'm sorry, but this is not as good as the XBOX version. It is fun for a while but there is a lot better video games to play. I liked the levels and the cutscenes were fantastics but it definitely award winning.
Summary: I'm a major fan of Hunter: The reckoning, I own a large number of books for it... I'm quite well knowledged in its other counterparts as well... Vampire and Werewolf. When I played this game I had the urge to bang my head on the desk as I screamed 'Why!' It turned Hunter, an amazing game, into a side-scrolling beat-em-up game!