Reviews and Problems with Hitman 2: Silent Assassin
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3 July 2004
Summary: Just one look at the front cover is enough to tell you everything. The picture of a bald man in a suit holding 2 guns and the name of the game 'Hitman 2' tells us that this is not a game for 'ickle Jimmy on his 5th birthday. Hitman 2 is one of the most violent games you will ever play. Our hero (or should it be villain?) 47 is now retired as a contract killer and has retreated to a church in Sicily for redemption.
Summary: Hitman 2 is without doubt the most violent game on the Gamecube and is also one of the most enjoyable. You begin the game as reitred hitman 47 working for a priest in an attempt to atone for his sins in the previous game, untill the Father Vittorio is kidnapped by mobsters and 47 is forced back into the hitman buissiness. What you get is 20 levels of 47 taking jobs form the Agency which he hopoes will lead him to Vittorio.
Summary: I now own the ps2 version of this, but when my frend got a game cube and got this, i hated stealth games. But when i played this for the first time, i new i had found the perfect stealth title. Its graphics are ok (better on the ps2) but the gameplay is supurb and it is refreshing to play a game with a darker twist.