"Manhunt 2 is important to us, and we're glad it can finally be appreciated as a gaming experience. We love the horror genre. Manhunt 2 is a powerful piece of interactive story telling that is a unique video game experience. We think horror fans will love it," commented Sam Houser founder and executive producer of Rockstar Games.
This is not the first time the controversial game publisher has been forced to alter a game. Back in 2005, the videogame ratings board ESRB changed San Andreas' rating from Mature to Adult following the "Hot Coffee" scandal. Take-Two and Rockstar then modified the game to remove the infamous sex mini-game.