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IGN Re-reviews Stuntman: Ignition (higher)

Are you a fan of broken bones? Do you love paying exorbitant amounts in insurance bills? Does an early death sound appealing to you? Then you have a future as a stuntman. Or, you could go the easy route and pick up Stuntman: Ignition.

Stuntman: Ignition is the follow-up to Infogrames' 2002 PlayStation 2 release, Stuntman. The concept remains the same - you're tasked with driving vehicles through various movie shoots and nailing down some action-packed stunt scenes. The entire game is based around scripted events and your ability to perform your end of the scene, enhancing the directed stunts with your own death-defying skills behind the wheel.

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no_more_heroes3312d ago

Certain people will be hoping that they "re-review" Lair. Lair seems more like an acquired taste, one that, unless the controls REALLY are that bad, I tend to acquire easily. I'm sure there are people here who played Crimson Skies. The controls felt a little loose, but I got used to them pretty quick and I actually liked the game. It was deceptively pretty as well (except for the character models).

MaximusPrime3312d ago

i view all games reviewed and rated above 7 is the one to get.

So i want Stuntman for PS3. I played the first one on Ps2 and it was fun.

deathtok3312d ago

I'm gonna go and head and assume that their 7.1 was generous. The first Stuntman was an awful, boring game. When your headline reads "If perfection through repetition is your thing, then this is your game" you should stop right there.

vickers5003311d ago (Edited 3311d ago )

Every game is repetative. That doesent mean they're not good. Gears of war is just run, take cover, and shoot locusts, with a couple of boss battles, but its pretty damn fun.