Summary: I am an avid PC gamer, specifically interested in stealth action games. Having heard of Hitman, peaked my curiosity. So I bought this game and it arrived in a couple of days. I have been hooked since. Strongly recommend to fans of this genre.
Do NOT buy from "harleys international shipped from UK"!
15 December 2012
Summary: "harleys international shipped from UK" sells an unofficial version, which installs a third-party software on your computer. The software even messed up once, and I had to reinstall it. Other than that, the game itself is good.
Summary: I just started playing this game but so far I really love it! I had reservations because it is an older game (2006) and I figured going in that the graphics weren't going to be what we're used to here in 2012. Certainly this is true but the graphics are still really good, I think this game was probably ahead of its time in that area.
A good game for Hitman beginners, not so much for old fans
23 March 2011
Summary: Hitman Blood Money retains its original flavor from the previous games.The bald assassin in black still sneaks up pretty good behind a target, coiling a fiber wire around his fingers.There are still those "creative" assassination methods that 47 employs(rigging a barbecue for one,pushing off the balcony...). But the basic gameplay, for an old-timer like me, is getting a bit repetitive.Still, that shouldn't be a deterrent at all for playing this game.
Summary: I love these types of games..plain and simple. TFC is fun and all, but I much prefer a stealth game where you need to sneak in the shadows and THINK about what you are doing. This game fits that build. Not a LOT of sneaking in the shadows in the version as it's more of a disguise game, but it's still having to be sneaky and planning out your moves. Great game if you like stealth games.
The Hitman vision: Nearly Realized in 'Blood Money'
Solid Snake, Amazon
18 January 2011
Summary: Preamble: This review does not take DRM issues into account. I will only address the game itself and leave the decision regarding purchasing software with DRM to you. In 2000, a little-known software company in Denmark released 'Hitman: Codename 47', an ambitious, but deeply flawed, 3rd person shooter that aimed to put the player in the shoes of an assassin-for-hire.