Excerpt: I’m slowly getting older and while I may not yet be very old, I’m certainly running short on time. Spending a large amount of time to master the subtle nuances of modern video games is no longer an option for me. I want instant bloody satisfaction and I want it now!
Excerpt: Its been a while since a game has been as guilty of giving me blood-shot eyes as Hunter: The Reckoning. As I relentlessly plow through small legions of the undead, occasionally glancing at the clock in a feeble attempt to remind myself I need to get up bright and early the next morning, I simply...
Excerpt: With many of todayâ€™s games focusing on realism, and not to mention more complex controls (Steel Batallionâ€™s 40-button controller comes to mind), sometimes simple games that donâ€™t require much thinking are a welcome get-away. Such is the case with Hunter: The Reckoning.
Excerpt: While a number of games have been created from the classic pen and paper Dungeons and Dragons RPG, Hunter represents the first time the White Wolf's own universe gets a shot at digital representation.
Pros: Large areas that look nice, Lots of on-screen monsters, Multiplayer action is best part of game
Cons: Use of trigger for attack wears on the hand, Added realism of reloading and limited ammo negates usefulness of guns, Limited number of attacks turns combat monotonous, Could be longer
Excerpt: Hunter: The Reckoning has made its way from being a paper and pencil RPG to being one heck of a fine video game for Xbox owners around the globe. If you're waiting for the next big thing to hit the Xbox, then why not kill some time with a surprisingly good title?
Conclusion: Hell is here, but strangely in a good way, for its on Xbox. Powering to the Xbox this game has more creatures coming at you then Resident Evil ever had. A good romp through of a game and a good solid purchase in any collection who likes the more sinister games.