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    Manhunt 2 hackers spark outrage

    The news that the PSP version of Manhunt 2 has been hacked has sparked an investigation into why the ESRB dropped its adult only rating to 'M' for mature.
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    Re: Manhunt 2 hackers spark outrage

    BUT THINK OF THE CHILDREN

    oh wait kids should not be playing this. And adults should be able to take a little gore right? did no one tell these people that rating are there as a guideline to help you make choice as to weather the game is suitable for your children
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    Re: Manhunt 2 hackers spark outrage


    OUTRAGE!!!!!
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    Re: Manhunt 2 hackers spark outrage

    Quote Originally Posted by MadduckUK View Post

    OUTRAGE!!!!!
    haha! That made me laugh out loud. That's cheered me up this morning.

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    Re: Manhunt 2 hackers spark outrage

    It's a bit silly really - I saw a video on Gametrailers comparing some of the uncensored things with the censored ones - Oh no, a ps2-graphics-quality-character suffocating someone in a cut-scene with a plastic bag... Really, if that sort of thing is so graphic and wrong, why was "Lucky Number Slevin" allowed?

    I know some will say "Games are interactive, movies are not..." but hey, cutscenes in a game aren't interactive , and still, even if it was - the graphics in this game are far from real.

    Perhaps if it was with the detail of Crysis, but games on the ps2 hardly look realistic, let alone the psp on it's dinky little screen...

    Off topic, in relation to Crysis - anyone else find it annoying that because Crysis was developed in Germany the corpses 'freeze' and are not proper ragdolls? Also, the bullets leave no decals on the bodies. I wish German censorship would lighten up - and hopefully when Crytek relocate they will release a patch to add this in.

    I don't want it because i'm sick and twisted however, I just want it because if I shoot someone it's expected that there will be blood on the corpse; not a pristine Madame Tussaud's wax model. Same goes for shooting frozen corpses, the body-mass upon shattering seemingly quarters!

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    Re: Manhunt 2 hackers spark outrage

    most handheld games have been cracked in some way... no surprise at all really.

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    Re: Manhunt 2 hackers spark outrage

    Seen someone playing this on the PSP. Didn't think the gore was bad really.
    It's not my sort of game but i didn't find it shocking.

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    Re: Manhunt 2 hackers spark outrage

    What that news has done is place a spark on my outrage, thus sparking my outrage.

    I'm outraged now.












    Still outraged.












    I'm ok with it now.
    Last edited by Stewart; 08-11-2007 at 01:18 AM.

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    Re: Manhunt 2 hackers spark outrage

    Quote Originally Posted by Nemz0r View Post
    Perhaps if it was with the detail of Crysis, but games on the ps2 hardly look realistic, let alone the psp on it's dinky little screen...
    In my opinion, graphics doesn't matter. It's a game, and the fuss is just daft.

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