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Green Lantern Rise of the Manhunters

Updated on July 6, 2011

Green Lantern Rise of the Manhunters

Green Lantern Rise of the Manhunters
Green Lantern Rise of the Manhunters

Green Lantern Rise of the Manhunters

In Green Lantern Rise of the Manhunters, you play as Hal Jordan defending the green lantern and DC Universe from the manhunters, a group of sentinel robotic guardians created by the guardians of the universe millennium ago as the first guardians. Obviously viruses and flawed software means they rebel, sentencing all in the universe to certain death, and therefore they were exiled. Well the bad news is they have returned. The good news is you can wield all the powers of the green lantern and pulverise this attempted return by the evil manhunters.

Green Lantern Rise of the Manhunters Powers

In the green lantern rise of the manhunters, you control Hal Joran as the single player, and can wield various powers.

A fast attack uses the sword move, and a strong attack uses a hammer like green power to smash opponents to bits. It is recommended that one plays the game at the Emerald Knights level for maximal challenges. This game is definitely for Green Lantern fans. It allows the use of various green lantern powers - which will be explained and elaborated here in gameplay and videos. It also allows for the use of Constructs - powers that can have been brought into the universe as energy constructs for the purpose of fighting off evil in a cool way.

Green Lantern Rise of the Manhunters Review

The Green Lantern Rise of the Manhunters is a great game for those who are already Green Lantern fans. It allows one to play as Hal Jordan and rather effortlessly at Poozer level without being vanquished and demonstrate all levels of the skills and powers of the Green Lantern. Combine all these skills and become the greatest green lantern possible. For those who find this too easy, one may want to try the Emerald Knights mode. At the same time, it may allow non-fans to be convinced of the explosive powers and possibilities of the Green Lantern universe after the near disastrous Green Lantern movie. It also allows one to test the game on 3D TVs. Definitely one for the future to watch!


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