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The Hunt

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Action
Publisher: Buka
Developer: Orion Games

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'The Hunt' - Screens & Trailer

by Rainier on Jan. 1, 2006 @ 1:30 a.m. PST

The Hunt is an FPS where you are the unwilling participant in a TV show of the governmental cleaning action. "The Beaters" are the gangs that participate officially as hunters, and you are the prey.

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In 2025, the criminality among the society reached levels not known before. The government approved an extreme, though sure measure to ensure peace, security and prosperity for the society.

Being a common citizen, there is a probability of one in a million of receiving the back mark... a device implanted in your body that emits a signal which can be followed. But sometimes happens...

If you are marked, you have become the main star of The Hunt... the degeneration into a TV show of the governmental cleaning action. "The Beaters" are the gangs that participate officially as hunters.

The Hunt is a brand new FPS which breaks the established rules of the genre. Now shooting won't be enough to survive.

Key Game Features:

  • Brand new engine with state-of-the art features. Real time lightning and shading. The enemies will react to your noise and shadow.
  • The AGEIA PhysX technology allows not just to break almost every element of the scenario, but also to use it as weapon… a stone, a brick, a pipe…
  • The main character is not a soldier or a well-trained hero… is a normal person who receives the Black Mark and has to escape and learn to survive.
  • Stealth will be an important part of the gameplay. Special killing moves.
  • Multiplayer. Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Survival mode…

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