Curmudgeon Gamer
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03 June 2008
Stuntman: Fixed
Stuntman on the PS2 was a clever but flawed game. It provided cinematic moments that you can't get in the racing genre, but lengthy loading times crushed the joy from the experience. Ruffin knew it would appeal to me, and it did, but I never finished it.

With Stuntman: Ignition, a sequel on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, the load times are gone. Two seconds are required to restart a stunt run, and I can indulge the game's invitation to perfectionism. It is also a lot prettier.

The PSN demo that went up last year was uninviting. The full game gives a better introduction and I'm enjoying it.

On the other hand, if you haven't played the game before and it tries to download the latest update, the system registers and error and drops back to the PS3 system menu. Playing once and restarting fixes that issue.

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--Matt Matthews at 23:53
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