These songs can be accessed via the entertainment center located in Hunter Headquarters, the game’s central hub. With a hotel room-inspired interface, this innovative hub area allows players to review missions, choose the next level, and select their Hunter(s) and special weapons. In addition to listening to these hot bands on the entertainment center, players can view the game’s cinematic movies, official trailers as well as a 3D model-viewer. Also in Hunter Headquarters, players can enter the trophy room and retrieve important messages on the computer via Hunter.net. After completing a level, Hunters are returned to this safe haven to regroup and decide what path to take next.
Hunter: The Reckoning Wayward is based on the White Wolf Game Studio’s Hunter: The Reckoning pen and paper role-playing game and will be available in August 2003 on PlayStation®2 for a suggested retail price of $49.99 with an expected ESRB “M” rating (Mature). For more information, log on to the official Reckoning website.