The lights are on
In the early 2000s, Sega released a title that seemed (on the surface) to have it all. It had a cool dude with sunglasses and guns at a time when people were still optimistic about upcoming Matrix movies. Aesthetics aside, this game is pretty mediocre. With its frustrating vehicular segments and ho-hum action, it's surprising that it eventually spawned a sequel.
Watch below to see Joe Juba, Andrew Reiner, and intern Jack Frontier attempt to wring any fun out of Headhunter.
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Thumbnail looks like Iroqois Plisken.
Bye Jack! You were awesome!
its Saturday replay time!
I'll admit the Headhunter replay was a little rough but I remember playing this as a kid and some pretty crazy *** happens. There are robot spiders and a crazy mexican guy and all kinds of weird/funny characters. I eventually gave up too during an arena segment because I just didnt have the skill to get through it. Please please please Super Replay Headhunter. I really wanna see the end of that game and itd be amazing if you guys did it
Haha, nice outtakes. It's amazing how many bad games are out there.
Loved the system crash at the beginning.
I actually rented this game from a Hollywood Video, and it was terrible! Those motorcycle sections had awful controls and I remember some frustrating stealth sections.
Heh, Jack Frontier. Sounds like a western hero, or the super hero alter ego of his real name.
Let Tim play Banjo Tooie!
I had this game lol...