Summary: Quite good game, but it doesn't have anything innovative from the previous one. Graphics are OK, performance not so much and gameplay is good. The game is, probably, too much "dark" and "sad" for many gamers and many old-school Hitman players, since this is like a remake of the first Hitman, but...
Summary: As much as I loved the other games of the series, this one is too unoriginal for my tastes. A few of the levels are very well done, such as the "Meat King" one, but most of them are remodeled and retextured maps of levels from the first two games.
Summary: Contracts begins where the original Hitman ends: Agent 47 must break out of the asylum, aka cloning facility, he was created in. Yes, the original Hitman's wonky controls and camera are history, and you can actually save limited times during missions, just like Hitman 2 Silent Assassin.
Summary: If you haven't played any of the Hitman games, then I highly recommend going for the previous game in the series: "Hitman 2: Silent Assassin." You will find more missions, nicer looking locales (OK, so rain will look just a tad less realistic, but it will not affect the game), a slightly more...
Summary: Building upon a tried and true foundation, IO Interactive releases the 3rd (though might more rightfully be called 2 1/2) Installment of the Hitman series. Admittedly not nearly as interesting or inspired as the superb Silent Assassin, Contracts is none the less a worthy addition to the francise.
Summary: The story line for this game was great it reviews his past missions. The graphis werte superb and the guns got better. But the game was for lack of a better word good. Not great not fantastic. The game is not worth 50$ it is worth 30 or 20 but not 50. The controls are bad too.
Summary: I won't waste your time with talk about graphics, etc. Because we know they are awesome. I am a huge fan of the cold and methodical character known as Agent 47. But on this outing the writers went with the old 'each mission is a piece of his memory' leading up to the present.