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Stuntman Platinum (PS2)

by Atari
Platform : PlayStation2
42 customer reviews

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  • From the creators of the blockbuster Driver and Destruction Derby series
  • A totally unique game genre for next generation consoles
  • A story/mission mode and an arcade "stunt arena"
  • Six real world locations based on blockbuster film sets and a whole array of fully smashable vehicles
  • A thrilling "movie trailer" replay mode
  • For 1 player
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  • Platform:   PlayStation2
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 12 and Over Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game

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  • ASIN: B000094SD1
  • Release Date: 19 Sept. 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 27,462 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

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In Stuntman you'll go behind the scenes and perform dangerous stunts in 3 or 4 wheel vehicles; become a real hero of the silver screen as you play the part of a Hollywood stuntman for hire. You need to be good: the stunts get harder and you need to accumulate skills to progress your career from low budget productions to multi-million dollar Hollywood blockbusters. Have you got what it takes?

Each stunt consists of a series of clearly defined objectives, which can range from 180-degree spins to perfectly timed jumps, dramatic barrel rolls and T-bone smashes. In order to succeed the player must achieve all or some of each scene's set objectives. Stunts take place on movie sets in 6 different countries around the world; completing each stunt rewards you with bonus items which can be used in the Stunt Arena, which you create yourself.

Stuntman was developed with the help of one of the movies' most experienced stuntmen, Vic Armstrong, who has appeared in such blockbuster series as The Terminator, Indiana Jones, Superman, James Bond, and Charlie's Angels. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

Amazon.co.uk Review

Stuntman, from the makers of the highly acclaimed Driver series, is a very unique game that, despite its flaws, still packs a lot of fun--especially for those who love action-style driving games such as Burnout. Stuntman puts you on the sets of several fictitious, stunt-heavy movies, such as the 007-inspired "Live for Two Tomorrows" and the Guy Ritchie-inspired "Toothless in Wapping". You're to execute detailed driving stunts by following the director's instructions over a radio and the visual cues that appear on-screen. The stunts are constructed mostly out of driving around, through and over obstacles, but there are more than a few inventive sequences that you have to time just right. If you do it wrong, or mess up the timing of the shot, you have to retake the scene.

The game can be quite a strain on one's patience, however. There's no initial "walk-through", as there would be for a real production, so it takes several passes through to even get a grasp on what you're doing. Plus there's a reloading pause between each scene which can be grating. Still, there's tremendous satisfaction from mastering a scene.

Players may be disappointed in the quality of Stuntman's graphics--it seems only a half-step above Driver 2--but they'll love the handling of the vehicles and the interactivity of the environments. Nearly everything in the game can be moved or broken. The really versatile Stunt Constructor lets you play with all kinds of fun toys, such as jumps, loops and even cannons--lay them out in an arena and then drive the course. You have to unlock all but the most basic toys and vehicles by completing scenes, but it's a great way to blow off steam. --Porter B Hall --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.


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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By B. Cooper-smith on 28 Dec. 2003
Format: Video Game
You are a stuntman in a car, the challenge is to pull off a stunt for a film, there are 3-5 different stunts in 6 different locations, each stunt a 30 min plus challenge. There is a good lifetime involved. You drive a variety of cars, performing different stunts, you have unlimited attempts at each one, but the stunt must be completed as 1 run, it isn't broken up in stages.
Basically you gotta be good at gamin and like a challenge to enjoy this, if you struggle to master games quickly, this game will frustrate you beyond swear words....someones gonna get hurt but you're keep playing...
I bought this after reading the previews, these showed a game that had a great idea and had executed it well, they have...to an extent, there aren't flaws just annoyances-loading times, no save/checkpoints during stunts and how a tiny error ruins a run worked exceptionally hard for, but these are ONLY frustrations and it soon becomes an addictive challenge to complete, mainly becos you aleways feel like you can do it, just that you keep messin up-thats the pain, so have some patience.
If you enjoy action drivin, this is fun and there is no better feelin than completin a a stunt-you really do feel good. Don't write the game off, check it out..gaming is meant to be a challenge
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 26 Oct. 2002
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Stuntman is one of those games that will split people's opinions. Me, I prefer to sit on the fence and say that its has its good points and the bad points. Firstly the good.
It creates an whole new genre of game, the ONE MORE TRY. One more go at completing the mission and the next thing you know, three hours have passed and your trying to do the next missions. The game is an excellent idea in a world where the sequel is king and originality counts for nothing. This gives originality a kick up the backside. Its more interactive than your usual game with the results of your stunts in the ACTUAL trailer for the film.
Now for the bad points
When I first played it, within a day I was on the 3rd film and there is only 6 in the game. From then on, the learning curve resembles Mount Everest with frustrating stunts and increasing accuracy levels to achieve. For kids the stunt creator would be a playground to destroy and smash cars and create the wildest stunts. But for me, 24 years of age, i paid no more than a passing interest to it.
I would seriously suggest renting this before buying to see if its the game for you. Its not everyone's cup of tea
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J.V. van Gulik on 24 Sept. 2002
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With this game it is simply a matter of liking it or not. It can be very frustrating at some point,
but that what makes the game a winner. What good would a game be in which you complete
the stunts (i.e. levels) without having a decent challenge?
Imho, the only thing missing is a stunt overview or something. You get a brief
introduction to the stunt, but then you are on your own. A Tony Hawk like goal
overview would be in place.
Another small issue would be the game loading between every attempt.
When you restart a level, the game has to load. It's not long, but after attempt
number #1$@3%#4^% it can be frustrating.
Last but not least; the graphics and the controls in the game are in one word stunning.
The game defenitely beats Driver and GTA3 in this field. The cut scenes are really great.
When you finish a movie, you will see the trailer, with your stunts in it!!
The replayability might be an issue, but who cares with this great game.
So, if you like driving games and you have a little perseverance,
buy this game!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By "nicksmith13" VINE VOICE on 27 Jan. 2003
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What a fantastic concept for a game! Stuntman is far from perfect, but provides great entertainment.
The graphics are good enough, but not startling. It's likely that they're constrained by the ability to replay your stunts after every attempt. The replay option is not just good for showing off your talents, but it provides huge amusement when viewing horrendous crashes and freak accidents. Sound is average. The music is nothing special, but is decent enough not to grate after listening to it for the umpteenth time as you struggle to complete a scene. The control system is standard Driver fare, and once you're used to it it's pretty solid, if a tad oversensitive.
The trailers you get to see when you complete each film are a nice touch, and are amusing skits on the various genres of film used throughout the game. The "Toothless in Wapping" trailer, a send up of Lock Stock, is particularly fun, and all the trailers include excerpts from your stunts.
There are also 15 mini-games, testing your speed, precision and stunt ability, 10 of which are locked until you complete the Career Mode. A stunt arena is also included, allowing you to design and build your own stunts to try and replay, with cars, ramps and obstacles becoming unlocked depending on the accuracy with which you complete scenes in the Career Mode. This gives you an extra incentive to do well in the main game.
The Career Mode is the main feature of Stuntman, requiring you to guide a stunt driver through his career spanning 6 films, each of which involves completing 3 to 4 complex scenes incorporating several stunts. You will not be asked to merely do one jump. Instead, each scene, or "level", requires you to string together a series of manoeuvres and jumps within a strict time limit.
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