Reviews and Problems with Hitman 2: Silent Assassin
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18 October 2007
Summary: With the GameCube version of Hitman 2 it's a case of better late than never, yes it has it's downfalls particulary because it's a eight month old port but it's fantastic gameplay and atmosphere far outweighs this and it's a fantastic addition to the 'mature' lineup of the GameCube. The most impressive part of the game is the amount of freedom in each level which adds hours of re-play value as you try to complete the game in completely different ways.
Excerpt: The Nintendo Gamecube has worked up a bad reputation as being a system for the kids. Compared to the Xbox and Playstation 2, Gamecube has very little mature games that appeal to older gamers. Nintendo has tried several times to get third party developers to make mature games for the Gamecube, and has been relatively successful. However, most third party developers have been scared away because they don't want to compete with Nintendo's excellent first party games.
Excerpt: He's a bald geezer with a barcode tattooed onto the back of his burly neck, but somehow he still manages to walk in the shadows and dispose of his targets with deadly efficiency. I am of course talking about Codename 47, who has returned to dish out some harsh justice in Hitman 2: The Silent Assassin. Step into the genetically engineered shoes of uber hitman 47 for some stealth and sinister underbelly of society type shenanigans.
Summary: Hitman 2 est un des meilleurs titres dans son genre sur GameCube. Certains le trouveront même meilleur que Splinter Cell . Il est vrai que l'Agent 47 possède pas mal d'arguments pour convaincre et un gameplay bien huilé garantissant quelques bonnes heures de jeux...