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Like Hooper said, sharks just swim and eat, and that's unfortunately not enough to fill even a short action-RPG like Maneater.
Maneater's monster-shark feeding frenzy is fun but simple, and that lack of depth causes it to become repetitive as time goes on.
A salty, sometimes silly, chum bucket of fun.
A shark RPG sounds like an unlikely idea for a video game and unfortunately the end result is even less entertaining, and far more repetitive, than you might imagine.
Maneater is weird, different, and just flat-out fun. I had to see where this story was going, and I thoroughly enjoyed its developments
All in all, life in the waters is good these days. I swim with the grace of a dolphin and the speed of a cheetah. However, when it comes to attacking fish and humans and itty-bitty baby seals, I will confess I am quite clumsy.
Issues aside, Maneater opportunities for shark chaos can be a lot of fun.
I enjoyed a lot of Maneater, even if the repetitive missions grated on me.
If you were rooting for the shark in Jaws, Maneater is the game for you.