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Release Therapy bonus level:
After completing the game for the first time, you will unlock a bonus level called
"Release Therapy". In this level, you play as Leo rather than Daniel and fight lots
of fairly difficult enemies. After defeating the final Boss, you will get the bad
ending. Like the "personality clash" ending, it is unclear what happens to Danny or
Leo after these events.
Relive Scene option:
Successfully complete the game. This option allows any level to be replayed, as well
as the "Release Therapy" bonus level.
In Episode 15, if you do not kill anyone besides Leo and sneak your way to where
mental Pickman and Michael are, instead of saying "Here's some more of your victims",
Leo Kasper will say "What? Have you turned over a new leaf?"
Make you way to the door where the guard tells you he will not let you in because you
are not a familiar face. Turn around. Go off the stage. Climb up the steps on your
left. Then, go up the stairs on that side. Move up the stairs until reaching the top.
On the right side down the hallway is a case on the wall. Inside the case is an ax.
Use the ax on a person or body. Executions immediately detach a head, where as hacking
at a corpse requires a few swings. Pick up the head. Run back to the door and equip
the head as a weapon. Go to the door and press [Action]. The guard will let you in.
Original Manhunt references:
* Some of the Bloodhounds(in "Broadcast Interrupted", "Most Wanted", and "Altered
State") are wearing Ku Klux Klan hoods. This is a reference to the Skins from the
original Manhunt, although they were more Neo-Nazi-like.
* Some of the Bloodhounds have appearances nearly identical to the Wardogs in the
original Manhunt. They are depicted in camouflage jackets, camouflage pants,
camouflage hat and a rebel bandana. All of the Wardogs had camouflage, but some
of them also had camouflage caps and plaid bandanas.
* The executions for the Sickle are basically redone versions of the sickle executions
from the original Manhunt, but in different order. The first execution is the same
as the Violent execution in the original Manhunt. The Violent execution is the same
as the first execution in the original Manhunt, plus an extra strike to the face.
The third execution remains the same, and is just slightly higher on the victim's
* The "J.E.C. and Sons" construction sign on the assassination level is a reference
to James Earl Cash, the Protagonist of the original Manhunt. This construction
company is also in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
Pickman's erasing line "What Seest thou else in the dark backward abysm of time" is
a reference to Shakespeare's The Tempest.
Silence Of The Lambs reference:
In "Ritual Cleansing", get over the semi blocking the door to the archive storage
building. Collect the crowbar by climbing some boxes next to the storage room which
the crowbar is in. There will also be piles of boxes on the roof of it. Once you
get the crowbar, open the gate and move toward the farthest files. There will be a
light tan gate with a padlock on the other side. Turn right and open the large gate.
Go in and turn left. In a small dark room will be a hole in the wall to crawl through.
Once you get through you may open the tan gate. Go forward and look around until you
see a large fenced area with piles of boxes in the middle. One side of this fence
should be open. Go to the open side and turn around. You will see a small garage with
more gates. Open the middle gate and you will see a green car with a U.S. flag tarp.
This is the car from the scene in Silence Of The Lambs where Clarice (Jodie Foster)
is investigating inside a rental garage, and finds a head in a pickle jar in the
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