Summary: I didn't expect the game to operate using Windows 7 OS, since the spec indicate Windows XP as the compatible OS. Surprisingly the game operates perfectly. I am having trouble installing Hitman 1 but the other games work fine. Also, the ENABLECONSOLE AND ENABLECHEATS don't work with Blood Money.
Summary: I hadn't expected to find anymore hit man series, as the first one I had was in xp, but I was pleasantly surprised to find the new games and very happy about the price. The games seem a lot harder than I remembered, and it kills me the way the games change up when you try to go a different way or use some other weapon. I like the single shooter games because you don't have to deal with all the attitudes you get playing in game rooms online in the multi player games.
Summary: While I'm sure this collection landed me on a watch list, something about playing a bald bad a** killing mob bosses is just too fun to pass up. The game is dated, so if your 9 year old want's a violent killing game... Actually, you should punish them, and yourself... but it's not going to satisfy the "ultra modern, super HD, bloody murder game" but this does provide a real challenge to the player.
Summary: First couple games make stealth impossible. But get to blood money - no one sees you come in, you take out your target without other casualties or evidence of your presence! Absolution sucks anyway requiring ms 'live' account and forced online activity just to play it on it's own.
Summary: These games were a breadth of fresh air for my stealth game desires. I had played Metal Gear on the NES and MSX, absolutely loving the stealth elements in an 8-bit game. Fast forward and these games have progressed it a lot to what it feels like to be a master of stealth and killing.