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Manhunt 2 Videos and Trailers - Wii

Game Description:Daniel Lam had it made. Two kids, a loving wife, a picket fence, and a well-paying job at the privately-funded Pickman Project, a neurological weapons program. When the funding gets pulled from the Project, though, Dr. Pickman takes it underground, and Daniel goes with him, volunteering to be a guinea pig for the operation. Six years later, Daniel is locked up in an asylum and beginning to question whether or not that perfect life ever existed. A freak lightning storm hits the asylum and knocks the power out, giving Daniel the chance to escape and discover the fractured parts of his mind. Take control as you lead Daniel through a dark, twisted story of revenge and redemption.
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