Conclusion: Hitman Blood Money takes just about everything that made the previous games and expands upon it, starting with a brand new graphics engine that looks great on every platform, then offering new ways and new tools with which to kill your targets, new ways to cover it up, and a system that in the end...
Excerpt: It is one thing to be the hunter. What happens when you become the hunted? Find out in another great addition to the Hitman series in Hitman: Blood Money . The graphics are sharper and cleaner, which is to be expected as it is built on a new engine.
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.
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: What is the reasoning behind our obsession with the contract killer, and why have we romanticized him into an archetype beyond that of a lowlife thug? Is it his style, his attitude, or the artistry in his skill? Maybe he is the manifestation of our own sadistic fantasies.
Conclusion: Blood Money is, in every way, the best Hitman game IO Interactive has made yet. The missions are more open and the noteriety and upgrades systems give you more reason to go back and play through the missions again. Just ignore that feeling of deja vu.