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Platform: PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system Genre: 3rd Person Action Shooter
Players: Single or Multiplayer
Rating: Rating Pending
Availability: Coming Q3 2003

Summary:
In this 3rd person action-shooter set in the fantasy world of White Wolf role-playing, players act as human monster-hunters protecting and defending lives of the innocent. One to two players choose from 5 playable Hunters, each possessing a vast array of weapons, edges (spells) and supernatural abilities.

Players can expect the same non-stop action, outstanding graphics and authentic White Wolf storyline that makes the Hunter: The Reckoning franchise so successful and addictive. With a psychotic and highly dangerous new character joining the original Hunter team, new environments and weapons, players are armed to battle creatures of the dead in order to fulfill their mission to fight evil. Let the hunt begin.

Features:

  • Choose from five playable characters; each with unique weapons, edges and supernatural abilities
  • Introduces Hunter Headquarters, a unique game flow system allowing players to select a different character weapons and review objectives between levels
  • A little help from your friends - supports two-player cooperative games
  • 25 expansive, story-telling levels with several repayable variations
  • Rip apart supernatural enemies piece-by-piece by dismembering heads, arms and legs in gory detail
  • Battle over 20 monster types using a huge arsenal of melee, ranged and spell weapons
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