Wistfulness for the Titan's old ManPlay format kicks around about a third of the way into this new release, which is separated into three discrete, extended sequences with a military feel. It's not the new talent, all of whom perform exceptionally well; it's that the fluid, bare-bones style that made ManPlay distinctively, unpredictably entertaining has been lost in translation. Camouflage and scant set dressings are a minor attempt to play to the military theme, but they hardly matter. Each of the three scenes follows roughly the same pattern: oral action leads to the first round of cum-shots, then anal action leads to the second round of cum-shots. The men are unquestionably hot, particularly hairy redhead Adam Faust, who tears up Sergio Anthony's ass along with co-star Darius Falke in the opener. Dominic Pacifico is also one to watch, especially for his ability to shoot cum several feet from his body and in unbelievable quantities. They are in the same tradition of new talent that made the early ManPlays unique, showing off the studs in raunchy, no-holds-barred action that wasn't complicated by attempts at costumes or sets, and placing the focus squarely on the performers who always managed to grab the spotlight and shine.
RETAILING: This edition shows off some exciting new talent, but the free-for-all orgy format has been replaced with more predictable action.