Summary: Okay, for the price of 7-10 dollars, it's a good game. But it doesn't really have any replay value. Nothing really to unlock, etc. Has pretty bad graphics, even by the wii standard. Playing some of the bigger titles such as Resident Evil 4 or Zelda shows a night and day difference in quality. However, it's fun. The blurring on the kills kinda ruins some of the fun you found in the first game, but the motion needed to execute the kills adds some of that fun back.
Summary: Like some other reviewers have pointed out, this game is excellent at the beginning but when you get to level 8 named "Assassination" it becomes a shooter and I didn't feel like continuing to play at this point. I think they should have stick with the "stealth" gameplay with less shooting throughout the game.
Summary: If you loved the first Manhunt as much as I did then you will get a fun gaming experience out of Manhunt 2. Although it is totally bogus that they sort of censor the executions. I thought playing on the wii was neat cause you make stabbing and slashing motions to perform the executions. The gameplay is essentially similar to the first manhunt except instead of being forced to kill for snuff films your character is a psychopath split personality freak.
Summary: Well, I got this game thinking that it would be a great killing spree kind of game. With violence and the whole bit. It's sad to find that this game didn't show the violence action that I was looking for. The blurred out scenes made it hard to follow the cruel executions because you're trying to read the controller's instructions AND trying to focus in on what's going on. It's almost impossible if you're not used to the controls yet.
Summary: Rockstar is no stranger to controversy, which Manhunt 2 garnered much of when it was labeled with an Adults Only rating not too long ago. Now, Manhunt 2 is finally here and carrying a Mature rating instead, but don't think that this game has been watered down a whole lot. If you played the original Manhunt, you'll feel right at home here as you play as escaped inmate Danny, who is on a mission to seek the truth.
Summary: If you loved the first Manhunt, you'll probably like the sequel enough to make it worth buying. The over all freaky, gritty, and gross feel of the first game is there. The basic mechanics work much the same way as well. There are a few cool new features. You have to react to enemies searching for you in the shadows now. You can also climb and crawl. But like it or not, the edited version DOES hinder the game playing experience.
Summary: For all the hype this game has had over the years it should be pretty fantastic. It's not though. It's really, really not! Given the successes rock star games have had before they should be doing far better than this. The kills scenes are completely unrecognisable and the controls are what you'd expect from wii tennis. And for all the sneaking about that has to be done, it's just not worth it!
Summary: Good game, controls a little wonky. The atmospheric is good and creepy, the plot looks okay, if I so far a little predictable. The action is good, but ease of control less it down quite a lot.