Reviews and Problems with Hitman II: Silent Assassin
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A dress-up game for guys
26 June 2013
Summary: One of the main things a stealth action game should have is an open-ended game environment, and Hitman 2 sure does. You can play the game one of two ways: sneak around until you reach the target and make the kill, or gun down everybody in your path on your way to the target. I suppose a third way would be to mix and match the two, but it's more fun to pick one and go with it.
Summary: The video gaming industry continues to grow and grow, and this game is proof of that. With gorgeous graphics and a wildly structured game play experience, "Hitman 2: Silent Assassin" for PS2 is an interesting game that is unpredictable and overall satisfying. You never know what will happen next once you pop this game into your PS2 console. You are a legendary assassin, only known as "47." People have no idea if you're real or only a myth.
Summary: unlike most games where ultra kill is rewarded this game commends you on your professionalism. I am currently in the japan levels and i am pleased with the way this game challeges you. You have multiple methods of dispatching targets(stranglation,poison,etc) and its a matter of time before I gain stealth assasin level. I recomend this to anyone that like s a mental challenge with good gameplay.
Summary: I truly enjoyed playing this stealth-based adventure game as it provided me with exceptional entertainment value with a high addictive factor. I suggest palying this game at the Expert or Professional level to get maximum thrills, as these levels allow you to trully feel the steel nerves and heart-stopping adrenalin of a hired assassin.
Summary: I thought I already wrote a review on this, but maybe not. This game has all the pros and no cons. That's right, I have no complaints. Everything about the game is fun, and there are no "stupid" missions thrown in to just make it more lengthy. You have multiple ways of completing tasks, which gives it great replay value. Personally, I have not lived up to being a Silent Assassin.
Kevin J. Murtagh Jr. "Philosophy teacher and student", Amazon
16 December 2002
Summary: This game gives you many options. It does not constrain you in the way that other games do. There are many different ways to complete each mission, which means you won't be bored on a particlar stage after you beat it. This is the most difficult game I have. I've played it for a while and haven't made much progress. Maybe that's just because I'm not very good, but I beat Red Faction and GTA3 in a fairly short period of time.
Summary: This game is perfect. As a hitman, you have a series of missions throughout the world -- Sicily, St. Petersburg, Japan, Malaysia, Nuristan, and India.. It's not just one mission per zone either (something along the lines of 20-25 missions, I don't remember exactly), the storyline is pretty good the music is just beautiful (I wouldn't mind a soundtrack of the game music) and the missions are excellent.
Summary: This game is great. The good thing about is you can switch from a third person shooter to a first person shooter which is a great combination. So I highly recommend this game to anyone who has the desire to play a hi-tech James Bond like game. I hope you check it out. Also one more thing you can drag people from place to place and change close from underwear to having coths on.
Excerpt: Hitman 2 is the great follow up to the impressive if flawed Hitman. It improves on the original game in a lot of ways, yet is still sufficiently challenging and packed with exciting and intense moments. That said, it is an acquired taste to a certain extent, although those who appreciate intelligent, cerebral, strategic gaming should find this a load of fun.