According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Intense Violence, Strong Language
Tag: Vivendi Universal
It's exceedingly rare that a single game can both build on established concepts and integrate its own innovations to create a wholly unique experience while exuding sheer perfection in execution, but Escape from Butcher Bay is just such a game.
The game centers on Glitch, a mustard-yellow droid with a mysterious symbol branded on his helmet. It's the symbol that distinguishes Glitch—not unlike the Master Chief in Halo—as a kind of Chosen One, an über-robot who has a knack for performing heroic deeds.
According to ESRB, this game contains: Strong Language, Violence
The third Hunter title (and the second released in 2003) is essentially more of the supernaturally-tinged hack-and-slash action fans have come to expect from the series. Developer High Voltage Studios has apparently taken an "if it ain't tragically broke, don't fix it" approach to this title, and so the final results are at least somewhat mixed.
According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood and Gore, Violence
Can one game plagiarize another? How similar can one game be to another before that similarity becomes a legal matter? It's a sticky issue, since plagiarism is a literary term, and video games tend to be very short on obviously protectable material such as character, plot, and dialogue. So just how much of a video game's content is intellectual property?
According to ESRB, this game contains: Comic Mischief, Mild Language, Violence
Run Like Hell is, as Mike said, a decent though uninspired sci-fi adventure.
Wayward is a direct sequel to the first game in the series, which is interesting since PS2 owners never had access to the title. Undaunted, developer High Voltage picks up the story two years after the events in the first game. The evil that our four original hunters appeared to have vanquished in the town of Ashcroft seems to have come back for more.