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Desc:Every cinematic kill possibility from the game Manhunt. Low video quality is partly intentional.
Category:Video Games, Horror
Tags:fatalities, Rockstar, manhunt, snuff films, camp violence
Submitted:SharoKham
Date:12/12/06
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Comment count is 14
Caminante
You know, all things considered, I did have fun playing this game.
Aelric
you know, it was really no better or worse than the original mortal combat. a gimmick, but alright.
FeeFiFoFoTheFifeFifeBrown
So it was partly intended that this look like shit? Somehow, that doesn't make it more enjoyable.
Afgh
Controversy for the sake of controversy. Opressively retarded.
EvilHomer
C'mon, if hacking a giant monkey's head off with a meat clever doesn't make you smile, what will?
bopeton
That's not how you kill people with a crowbar. Haven't you ever played Half-life?
Bone_Vulture
That's seriously low video quality.
Beyonce Knowles
All those noise effects are in-game. The shitty compression is not. Still a boring game though.
PrincessPeachesUnderpants
Horrid image quality is from youtube compression. this game rocks
Mike Tyson?!
It was still a great game, if you like sneaking around.
bongoprophet
getting the chainsaw towards the end was godly.. I hate that pig
ztc
The sickle in the taint is my fave.
mr666
That game was a sack of crap once the novelty had worn off.
FABIO2
The game was actually about the same violence level as GTA, only with meatier sound effects.
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