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'Hunter: The Reckoning Wayward' (PS2) - Screens & Trailer

by Rainier on Feb. 5, 2003 @ 11:56 a.m. PST

Hunter: The Reckoning Wayward, developed by High Voltage Software, continues the story of the successful action adventure franchise Hunter: The Reckoning. High-speed action combined with top-notch graphics translate the dark fantasy world of the White Wolf role-playing game and bring the essence of the game to life, fully submerging the player into the realm of The World of Darkness. Wayward comes to the PS2 this summer with an all new story, game-play features, weapons and terrifying monsters. Check out the first trailer as well as an introduction (including screens & another trailer) to the first character Kassandra. Read more for all the goodies...

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Name: Kassandra Cheyung
Creed: Martyr
Ethnicity: Asian
Height: 5' 2"
Sex: Female
Age: 22

Kassandra Cheyung is still the sole heir to the Fairday Manufacturing fortune. What she is not anymore is a spoiled little rich kid. While she still enjoys her parties and clubbing, she spends her down time looking for ways to help other people out. She is opinionated, uninhibited, and full of self-importance. She is also very caring and protective of her friends, who tend to be the kind of people who need support.

Get the Kassandra trailer off Worthplaying

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  • 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 different characters, 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

Coming Q3 2003

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