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Hunter: The Reckoning for GameCube
By: Vivendi Universal Games
Hunter: The Reckoning for GameCube
  • GameCube
  • ESRB Rating: M (Mature)
  • Action

  • Price: $19.99
    Sale: $16.38
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Product Description:

Hunter: The Reckoning for Gamecube MODEL- 71866 VENDOR- VIVENDI FEATURES- Hunter: The Reckoning Set in White Wolfs World of Darkness, Hunter: The Reckoning is a third-person action-shooter where players take the role of one of four unique hunters - Deuce, a biker ex-con, Father Cortez, a prison chaplain, Kassandra, a raver chick and Samantha, a tough ex-cop. Armed with a variety of fearsome weaponry, players will battle it out with a plethora of supernatural enemies. Non-stop heart-pumping action, combined with outstanding graphics bring the true spirit of Hunter: The Reckoning to life, and give players a taste of the World of Darkness. * Single or multiplayer madness! 1 - 4 Hunters battle evil - all on the same screen. * Unload both barrels on 20 types of monsters from zombies to werewolves to vampires, including 7 insane boss characters. * Deal out the damage with over 20 melee, ranged and spell weapons including axes, shotguns, swords and flamethrowers. * Take apart your enemies piece-by-piece by dismembering heads, arms and legs. * Movement Independent Targeting technology makes use of both analog sticks to allow the player to simultaneously move and shoot in different directions.

Hunter, a good role playing game a good video game       Product Reviews
by: Anonymous       on: 15-Mar 2003

Hunter is an excellent Role Playing based game it is based upon the original Hunter The Reckoning first done by White Wolf. In its gaming time it has lost all but 4 of the original 9 character types, but that doesn't make the game any worse. As solo this game can be challenging and on Multiplayer quite a fun time. It is much like the Gauntlet Legends of today. For such a low price it is a good deal. In stores though it can be hard to find. Going around and killing thousands of zombies is the basic plot of it all. Along the way you meet up with a vampire who insists upon being called Carpenter who reveals the reason the dead have risen again. This game is a little lacking in the story compared to the original but with all the action going on its OK. Overall I loved this game and think that if you are into things like Resident Evil and Gauntlet Legends then you should at least try this game
Attack of the killer Zombies!       Product Reviews
by: westcoastwoman       on: 12-Feb 2003

Hunter: The Reckoning is just a great game. The levels load in a fair amount of time and the graphics are well worked. Based on a graphic novel, the storyline is better than most with hints as to what has happened to everyone along the way. The weapon choices are just awesome. Everything from a machine gun to a chainsaw along with magic abilities. Some of the bosses did gross me out. Especially the killer teddy bear that throws up on you. Hunter: The Reckoning takes a tried and true formula (in the style of the Gauntlet series) and does it to its' best with great action, weapons/magic, storyline, and characters. The controls do take a while to get used to because of the awkward feeling. The fire button is R which is unusual. Other than that I would pick this one up. I plan to keep it in my gaming library for the long haul.
Good quality game       Product Reviews
by: Anonymous       on: 02-Jan 2003

This game was very mindless but addictive, especially in multiplayer. The gore wasn't too bad since you have a faraway view, but the boss monsters were very gruesome. It still doesn't matter much since it is not much of a horror game, like Resident Evil, where it is very tense and disturbing. This game is more of a fun party game to play with your friends. The characters were cool, each with their own magic, ranged, and melee moves. I like Martyr the best with her cool knives and duel pistols. The hordes of zombies are much more fun to kill with friends. Not much of a single player game.
Adventure Action game       Product Reviews
by: ccl_gamer       on: 20-Nov 2002

I too, played the game on Xbox. The graphics on live objects and scenery are rendered very realisticly with detailed texturing of surfaces. Controls can be difficult to control in the beginning, but they are consistent and easy to use.

And yes, you cannot shoot through objects, even if they have transparent areas like the many instances of iron fences. At least they offer you protection, while letting you see the enemy.

It is entertaining to play alone. But the game transcends into a whole new level of entertainment when playing together with your friends in multi player mode.

This Game is a strong buy and offers entertaining game play and true 3D environments where you can really look around, unlike the Resident Evil series, which only offers pre-rendered 2D environments for your 3D character to move around in.

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