StuntMan Ignition Walkthrough Playthrough Gameplay PS3 Xbox360
Stuntman: Ignition is the sequel to the video game Stuntman for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2 and Mobile phone. On April 3, 2005, it was announced that THQ had acquired the rights to the Stuntman franchise from original publishers Atari. Also announced was that Paradigm Entertainment has developed the game for next-generation platforms. On March 19, 2006, THQ spoke about the game for the first time to Xbox 360 Gamer, who also ran an exclusive preview of the game in issue 16 of the magazine. The Xbox 360 demo was released on the Xbox Live Marketplace on July 12, 2007
The game features six fictional films:
Aftershock (2008 film) is a disaster film in the vein of Dante’s Peak and Volcano. This film is set in present-day British Columbia. Directed by Richard Langston. The plot: A volcanic eruption has hit the town. Nobody can stay. The penalty for staying? A flaming car and a flood of lava.
A Whoopin’ and a Hollerin’ II (2008 film) is a comedy/adventure film in the parody of The Dukes of Hazzard. It is the sequel to the eponymous film from the previous game. This film is set in present-day Tennessee, US. Directed by Andy Baxter. The plot: The boys must defend their land from the evil sheriff. Hanus from Stuntman also makes an appearance.
Strike Force Omega is a military action thriller film in the vein of The A-Team and Megaforce. It is directed and starred by a former stuntman, Karl Steel, detailing the exploits of the titular force versus mercenaries in a desert military base. This film is set in Kyrgyzstan in the mid-1980s.
Overdrive is a 70s-esque thriller and street crime in the vein of Bullitt and Starsky & Hutch about a bad cop who takes on a ruthless drug lord. It is set in present-day San Francisco. The film was rated R. Directed by Robert Rodina.
Never Kill Me Again is a parody of Die Another Day, as well as many James Bond films and is set in the present-day Beijing, China. It is the sequel of Live Twice For Tomorrow which was featured in the first game.
Night Avenger is a parody of Batman and is filmed in the present-day Chicago, IL but takes place in the fictional city of “Darkdom”, much like Gotham City from Batman. Directed by Howard Rightman. During the scenes, the Darkdom Police Cars, shown often in the film, are lettered: Police-GPD, Gotham Police Department, instead of Police-DPD, Darkdom Police Department. This is an obvious take from the police cars in Batman Begins. The plot: Night Avenger has to protect Darkdom from Big Top.