Daniel Lamb, a mental patient suffering from amnesia as he tries to uncover his identity. He is accompanied by Leo Kasper, a sociopathic assassin who guides Daniel in his journey.

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Daniel Lamb (voice)
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Leo Kasper (voice)
Nicole Orth-Pallavicini ...
Dr. Whyte (voice) (as Linda Orth Pallavincini)
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Dr. Pickman (voice)
Jordin Ruderman ...
Judy Sender (voice)
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Michael Grant (voice)
Charissa Chamorro ...
Mrs. Lamb (voice)
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The Asylum Staff (voice) (as Bill Hill)
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The Watchdogs (voice)
Michael Cullen ...
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Richard Easton ...
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Daniel Lamb, a mental patient suffering from amnesia as he tries to uncover his identity. He is accompanied by Leo Kasper, a sociopathic assassin who guides Daniel in his journey.

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


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Some early story concepts involved the player being a religious fanatic, hearing the voice of god in their mind. Another involved a ventriloquist doll called "Frisbee", who sat on the player's shoulder, ordering the player to kill people. See more »

Goofs

In the intro cutscene for Assassination, the Project Militia are holding Spas-12's. The shotgun is not in the level at all and Spas-12's are not anywhere else in the game. See more »

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The Bloodhounds: Well I'm not gonna kill anyone, not at this rate.
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The cutscenes shown during the credits are played from various work in progress builds of the game. See more »

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References Manhunt (2003) See more »

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An excellent psychological horror game.
2 November 2008 | by (Not Displayed) – See all my reviews

Review for Ps2 version, PAL & NTSC. (18 rated UK, 'M' rated US version; both versions are the same as far as the censorship goes.) Okay, so before I go into my review of Manhunt 2, I'd just like to say I've played the original Manhunt game for the PS2, and I loved it just as much as this one. Manhunt 2 seems to have been plagued by censor boards all over the world, and the media, and what for? NOTHING. The game contains nothing more than what you would expect in a horror film or a movie intended for adults, this game's not for children, as such, it should have been treated as such. Not be censored, and plagued.

The censorship of the game hasn't ruined it in my opinion, I can play it and enjoy the game just as much as the original, in fact, Rockstar's way of censoring it kind of adds to the game in a way if you think about it. You're playing as Daniel Lamb, a disturbed patient and seeing the killing through his eyes and mind. You can still make out what is happening, unless you can't see too well. The filters adds a red tinge in the PS2 version, and flashes of black and white when you perform an execution, the more gruesome the execution, the more red tinge there will be, but it's easy to make out what's going on.

The one thing you might notice is, the change of controls in this game in comparison to the original Manhunt, the controls are WAY different! It took me a while getting used to it. Another thing is, sometimes the directional movements can be a little hard to control, particularly when you get in combat or in a fight. I loved playing through the first level on this game, it's suspenseful, creepy and menacing. The sound effects and music in the game is really good, without it, I wouldn't say the game would be as good. It adds to the whole experience of playing it, I think the sound effects might also have been bumped up during the executions, you can really hear the stabbing effects or someone getting choked when you perform an execution.

Manhunt 2 is an excellent horror psychological gaming experience, which got the reputation and censorship it DID NOT deserve at all. If you're a true Manhunt fan, go out and buy the original PS2 or Wii version of the game. If the filters are that bothering, there is cheats to remove them, look for them. Don't download some BETA version and ruin chances of getting a Manhunt 3.

I hope you'll enjoy playing it as much as I did! Great game 10/10 from me.

Rated 'M' for "blood and gore, strong violence, sexual content and language." Rated '18' in the UK for "very strong bloody and sadistic violence."


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