Manhunt 2 for Wii cheapest seen so-far £27.99 release dated 28/12/07 - what a great New Years gift f - HotUKDeals
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During my regular searches found this gem - or some would say a fetish - let you guys decide (if you're over 18 that is!)

Manhunt 2 will be released on Wii 28 Dec 2007 - they have temporarily stopped pre-orders but keep checking regularly. Next cheapest is @ for £29.99

Info on the game:

An experiment at a secret research facility has gone catastrophically wrong. Daniel Lamb and leo Kasper are the only surviving subjects. The Pickman Project will stop at nothing to hunt them down and stop the truth from getting out.

Demented screams echo around the dank asylum that has caged you for the last six years. You open your eyes. A white-coated body slumps to the floor through your shaking hands. A bloody syringe slips from your arm. Waves of confusion and paranoia crash over you. You have no idea who you are or how you got here.

The door to your cell is open. One choice. One chance. They took your life. Time to take it back.


"blood-soaked effort that is Manhunt 2 from publishing powerhouse Rockstar. In fact, no game we have ever played or seen is as over-the-top violent or downright gross as this action-stealth splatter fest. Grasshopper Manufacture's Suda 51 recently promised to make his upcoming Wii exclusive No More Heroes " as violent or more violent than Manhunt 2." Suda, we've experienced Manhunt 2 in action on Wii and we can write without a second's hesitation that you really have your work cut out for you.

Consider for one moment that in Manhunt 2 you can, Wii remote and nunchuk in hands, use a pair of pliers to clamp onto an enemy's testicles and literally tear them from his body in a bloody display; and if that weren't enough, you'll take one of the poor victim's vertebrae along with his manhood. Or, if you'd prefer, you can use a saw blade and cut upward into a foe's groin and buttocks, motioning forward and backward with the Wii remote as you go. But believe it or not, there is much more to Manhunt 2 than mutilation and mayhem. This is a game that begins with the subject of psychosis."

"Manhunt 2 in Wii could be described as Splatter Cell because it is quite obviously filled to the brim with gore, but as you use the nunchuk's analog stick to control Danny through the levels you will also be doing your share of sneaking, Sam Fisher style. You will hide in the shadows and creep up behind enemies and the game rewards you for your stealthy ambitions with greater levels of violence. For example, it is entirely possible to run directly up to an enemy and throw punches his way, or even use one of your many weapons to dispose of him in some bloody fashion. However, these face-to-face kills will rarely be as dramatic or as entertaining - whether you gauge entertainment by the satisfaction of using stealth or by the level of blood and chunks that result - as a sneak attack. There's a whole mechanic built around it, in fact, and this is one of the areas that the Wii version of the title is much improved over the PS2 one."

"The Wii version of Manhunt 2 looks noticeably better than the PS2 version. Rockstar Toronto has used the extra horsepower that Nintendo's console delivers to "up the gore." This is done in a few key ways. For starters, character models in the Wii version will display realistic blood splatters, bruising, gunshot wounds, gashes, and head wounds. In addition, blood will actually spray the screen during combat and executions in the Wii iteration, just as it will accumulate on Danny as he explores the asylum. Considering how important the gore factor is to Manhunt 2, these are all welcome additions. The title meanwhile looks very sharp on Wii, moves at a steady 30 frames per second, and runs in both 480p and 16:9 widescreen modes."

Score 7.7 GOOD!
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It is also banned in the UK, so apart from this game NOT running on a UK (or European ) Wii, it is also rather disturbing content and should not be viewed by anyone at all.
Although saying this I have "borrowed" the PSP version from the internet, s there is no "legal" way to own it :)
It's a real fun game and I cant see why they would bother with not rating it, it isn't that blood thirsty, honest :)

Not quite true, it's been released with cut scenes on all the systems.

Nintendo by default don't license any M+ rated games so on the Wii the cut version was the best you'd expect anyway. Game is decent enough, very violent but a bit of a smokescreen for the gameplay.
There is, however, an alleged way to modify the game to remove the 'masking' of the censored scenes. At least on one console variant; and due to the past lawsuits regarding this (ie. HotCoffee for GTA san andreas, and Oblivion) it may rise again and be re-certified.
Not quite true, it's been released with cut scenes on all the systems.

Nintendo by default don't license any M+ rated games so on the Wii the cut version was the best you'd expect anyway. Game is decent enough, very violent but a bit of a smokescreen for the gameplay.

Well, it IS released in the USA, it is most definetly NOT released in the UK, as the B.B.F.C will not give it an age rating, therefore banning the game on ALL formats.
As the Wii and PS2 are region protected, a game from America will NOT run on it without modifications, unlike the PSP which will play all games from all regions and is only region encoded for UMD movies!!

Voted cold, this game is NOT getting a UK release (yet).

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