A sorry excuse to show you some pretty neat trailers.
Brett Johnson, Amazon
3 February 2004
Summary: You can tell where 110% of the effort went to. There are some cool trailers for fictitious movies spread throughout the game. It's a neat feature surrounded by one of the lousiest and most difficult PS1 or PS2 games ever made. Yup...it's been said many times before but it can't be said enough. This game is difficult! My friend and I were able to beat it but the difficulty made it a task instead of fun.
Summary: This game is terrible. Let's start it here. You're a stuntman. You get to follow orders from a director who demands you do some of the most stupidly rigorous tasks to complete stunts. Some of the stunts are cool, but the game gets hard at about the 4th level. The first movie you shoot is like a tutorial. I rented this game, and never beat it. The first level of the first real movie in which your basically like dukes of hazards is tremendously hard.
Summary: Yeah, we've all seen the commerical, "while all those pretty little actors are sitting in their trailers, being pampered, and fond over, the stuntmen are out having all the frickin' fun". Just that line makes you want to go over to Circuit City and buy this game. STOP! DO NOT DO THAT! This game is a horrible waist. Truly an awesome video game idea, but it could've been brought to life on a totally different approach. The first level starts off with a few simple tasks.
Summary: Hi there. Let me start off by saying I love movies-they are my passion. Everything about them. My collection holds over 200 VHS and 40 plus DVD's. I also love Playstation 2 Video Games. To have these two things combined into one made me EXTREMLEY excited when I heard about the release of Stuntman. The commercial's on TV made me even more excited-it looked like a great game. The premise of being a stuntman on several movies is a great idea for a game.
Summary: This game has everything you could expect from the creators of Driver 1 and 2. In terms of graphics and handling it's fantastic, beautifully rendered. But, and it's a big one, this game is HARD, really hard! The Driver series had challenges, but they were surmountable, Driver was fun. This game is not fun. You must perform a series of stunts, but you can only learn each stunt step by step as the Director screams them in your ear seconds before they are performed.
Summary: Thank God I rented this game - I hated it so much I am compelled to write this scathing review. Stuntman flat out [stinks] - I hated it. There are two ways to play this game: 1) The Career Mode (read below) and 2) Stunt Arena. Stunt arena is a stadium that allows you to set up and execute your own stunts. There is no score for doing stunts, no difficulty rating, no applause meter, no levels to climb - just set up your ramps and jump stuff. After about 5 minutes..