Excerpt: The fourth Hitman game (titled Hitman: Blood Money) has recently hit the shelves and the words uttered by every gamers who followed the series are the same: "Is 47 truly back?". The answer is simple: "Oh he’s back, and he’ll make you smile".
Excerpt: On the surface Hitman: Blood Money is unquestionably an action game. It features Agent 47 - a hard as nails bald lead character - an assortment of deadly weapons and an excessive amount of blood.
Conclusion: In many ways, The Guild II feels like a less ambitious version of its original. The graphics have been improved, the maps are a little bigger and the interface has received a major overhaul, but many things have actually been dumbed down by a degree.
Excerpt: Hitman: Contracts is fourth installment in the Hitman series which takes you into the mind of a ruthlessly efficient contract killer, showing the action and the world through the eyes of Agent 47.
Xbox 360 Review - 'The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth II'
25 July 2006
Summary: BFME 2 takes part in the North where a battle is raging between Sauron's forces vs. elves and dwarves. It will be possible to create/customize your own hero, apart from known figures such as Arwin, and become more powerful as you progress in the game.
Summary: When assassins from Agent 47's contract agency, The ICA, are eliminated in a series of hits, it seems a larger, more powerful agency has entered the fray. For Agent 47 it's business as usual, until he suddenly loses contact with The ICA.
Excerpt: Video review of Hitman Blood Money, the latest installment in the Hitman series from IO Interactive. Blood money introduces a new notoriety system to encourage stealth while executing missions.
Excerpt: The Hitman series of games has been delivering violent action and rewards for those who can be the stealthiest for years. It’s become a fan favorite; some players just enjoy getting through the levels any way they can, while others must master each level and achieve the "Silent Assassin" rating.
Excerpt: If you,ve played any of the previous Hitman games, you may have noticed how the series has sort of been like a rollercoaster ride. The first title, Codename 47, offered up a new concept but was plagued with flaws, limitations, and trial and error gameplay.