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Stuntman refers to any of several types of skilled performers.


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EAGB Advance Game Review - Stuntman (1060 words)
The controls in 'Stuntman' are not easy as it should be and new drivers would be advised to drop by the 'icon' section to fully understand which buttons to press and when to press them.
The main thing that the PlayStation 2 version and the GBA version of 'Stuntman' share is the utter frustration you feel when you don't manage to fulfill a stunt criteria, either because you can't reach the required stunt percentage or because you've simply run out of time.
In short, 'Stuntman' in either versions is not easy, and because you'll have to start the stunt all over again, don't be surprised if you feel like throwing your GBA against the wall after the 10th of 15th attempt.
Stuntman at Psxa2z.com! (733 words)
In Stuntman, you'll perform dangerous stunts in three or four vehicles as you play the part of a Hollywood stuntman for hire.
Stuntman was developed with the help of one of the movies' most experienced stuntmen, Vic Armstrong.
Stuntman, made by the producers of the highly acclaimed Driver series, is a unique game that, despite its flaws, still packs a ton of fun--especially for those who love action-style driving games like Burnout.
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