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Overall, Hunter offers everything you could want from a game: huge amounts of gameplay, fantastic graphics and those insignificant but pleasing details that give games a real polished look. You don't need to be a hunter to know that this one is a real find.
Hunter was a real breath of
fresh air when it arrived. Sure,
Midwinter also offered the same
free-roaming and vehicle-based
play, but Hunter was the more
accessible of the two, providing a
much more simplified and
Hunter offers just as much enjoyment as its Amiga counterpart. The graphics are a little lighter and maybe not quite as detailed, but the difference is so negligible that you wouldn't notice unless you knew what you were looking for.