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One of the most brutal games ever made, You're a sick bastard, and you're the pawn in another sick bastard's plot. You're the star of a series of illegal videos steeped in blood in brutality. Your salvation lies in your criminal mind, your razor-sharp senses and your complete lack of conscience. You're in a deadly game of splat and mouse, and your only choice is survival.

This is the world of Manhunt, Rockstar's latest and grisliest game. It's an odd mix of brutal stealth and bloody action, and it's hard as an iron tit. But that's why we're here... to get you through it alive. To soak up the blood, stitch up your gashes and send you out into the cruel world with enough sack to complete this torturous journey; to execute the ultimate escape. If you play your cards right--you won't end up throatless and eviscerated.

The sequel is shorter and slightly easier than the first game - mainly because the environments are larger. You play a schizophrenic escaping a insane Asylum. His name is Daniel Lamb – Gordon Freeman as imagined by David Fincher – who escapes an insane asylum during a riot. Led by companion Leo Kasper, Danny treks from one bleak, dilapidated environment to another, both trying to evade capture and also uncover the circumstances that led him to now. Here the narrative plays a central part in all the locations as opposed to gore gallery showcase the first game largely felt like.

Original game can be found here:
Store.steampowered.com
Greenmangaming.com
Gamersgate.com

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