Manhunt 2 Rockstar London / Rockstar Games / 1C 2009

Manhunt 2 does not build upon the story and events of the first game. Instead, the same game mechanics are transferred to a new location, the Dixmor Insane Asylum, where the staff prefers to beat up the patients and experiment on them, rather than to offer treatment for their illness. One day a power outage allows the patients to revolt and bring mayhem to the asylum. The player gets the chance to play two roles: as Dr. Daniel Lamb and Leo Kasper. Although the beginning is set inside the asylum, the action soon moves to other locations.
The game mechanics are largely stealth oriented, while later levels offer more of a regular third-person shooter feel when more firearms become available. Gunplay requires extensive use of cover, maneuvers and sometimes stealth for success. There is a rader system, enemies have different levels of awareness and kills are best performed from the shadows. Players can throw objects to distract enemies and to hide in the dark a quick mini-game needs to be performed. If it is not completed in time, the character's location will be revealed at once.
As in the first game players can perform executions, with three styles: Hasty (white), Violent (yellow) and Gruesome (red). These feature explicit violence including strangling, beatings, gun violence, setting them on fire and more.
Manhunt 2 was first released in late October 2007 for the PS2, PSP, and Wii. Two years later, in early November 2009, the game was ported to the PC in a non censored Adult Only version and with a support for 3D monitors. But, probably because of the AO rating, the game seems to be only downloadable from the Direct2Drive site, or buyable in Russia.
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DVD ISO Demo 3.28GB (uploaded by Shattered)
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60 FPS Patch / Infos 5.8MB (uploaded by Project Manhunt)
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