fugitive hunter war on terrorEncore/Black Ops entertainment are no less than geniuses. By tapping into America’s post-9/11 desire to kill Osama Bin Laden and assorted other brown and black people, Fugitive Hunter deserves a special place in every PS2/PS3 owner’s collection. Playing as Jake Seaver, a former Navy Seal turned bounty hunter, you pursue the FBI’s 10 most wanted fugitives throughout the world. You run through various global hotspots blasting at anything that gets in your way. When you get to the target in question, the game switches to a side by side fighting game in order to take down the criminal ALIVE. That’s right folks, although you’ll blast dozens of his henchmen to pieces, the game teaches humanitarian values and civil rights by having players beat their opponent down with kung fu moves and bring them in alive! No matter who you’re facing, all the bosses seem to know the same style of Kung Fu, even Bin laden!

Thanks to strategically placed bugs, enemies randomly disappear and reappear to the extent that you’d think that they were re-spawning somehow. To spice things up even further, collision detection issues place enemies inside walls, crates, and other objects so that while they can shoot you, you can’t return fire! The soundtrack, a soon-to-be-classic, includes a rap song that talks about the game! The game includes the ultra-crunk line “Fugitive Hunter, PS2/Coming for me and coming for you”, which effectively helps remind the player what game they’re playing and what system it’s for. This is helpful, especially for anyone who has Anterograde amnesia (a condition in which the brain is unable to remember anything after the even causing the memory loss occurred), because lord only knows how many times someone forgot the game of the game they were playing as well as the system they were playing it on. It’s a shame no one has made a sequel to this game, as the world needs another fighting/fps hybrid glitchfest with re-spawning enemies who magically appear inside objects. If we can’t engage Osama Bin laden in Kung Fu battle on our Xbox 360s and Wiis, then THE TERRORISTS WILL HAVE WON!!!! Look below to see Powet’s official strategy guide, Sindra’s special tribute, and secret cheat codes!


Man, how did you let yourself get ganked twice in one day!? In case you haven’t realized by now, this game blows. Here are some games about fighting terrorists that don’t suck. While none of them feature a kung fu battle against Osama Bin laden, they are so good that the experience makes up for it a thousand fold.

  • Syphon Filter 1, 2, &3
  • Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror
  • Syphon Filter: Logan’s Shadow
  • Command and Conquer 1 – 3
  • Command and Conquer Generals
  • Rainbow 6 Vegas 1 & 2
  • Metal Gear Solid 1 – 4
  • Splinter Cell 1 – 4
  • Call of Duty Modern Warfare 1 & 2
  • Counterstrike
  • Soldier of Fortune