Summary: the game is itself is well designed, and the motion is pretty fluid considering it's a PS2 game, but on my particular copy the music cuts in and out, not sure if it's something with the game or something with my TV but that's my current situation.
Summary: Hitman is always a fun game when you've had a bad day, even when you have'nt. The missions are cooler than previous ones from Contracts (which is a lil boring) or Silent Assasins. There's more weapons and now you can upgrade them even the pointless ones like the M4, or the Sniper Rifle.
Summary: Hitman: Blood Money really impressed me on the PS2. The graphics are good, but the faces are great. I also enjoyed the set of customizable weapons. I played many of the levels over and over trying to find new ways to get the hit.
Conclusion: This game has a better plot to it then any other hitman, and you want to complete each level to see the next part of the story. You can make your guns how you want them to be, and the enemies depending on difficulty will have a goid AI. Completed it in 2 days so it is a good rental game.
Summary: Wow. I never thoughtI would enjoy pushing a guy over a railing so much. I bought it two days ago and my PS2 hasn't been turned off since. The ways to take out your targets have expanded so much it's hard to make a decision to take him or her out.
Summary: Amazon really has to start letting people give half stars too. With the combined three and fours stars I gave for this game, I would give it three and a half stars all together. The only other Hitman game I played besides this was Hitman Contracts, and I thought it was ok.
Summary: It's not a bad game, I don't think it's the best though. The graphics are fairly good. Gameplay in my opinion is a step-down in the 'Hitman' series. Contracts was the best one out the series, this one. Just doesn't seem right. There is something about it that doesn't suit.
Summary: New country, new villians, still bald. 47 is back and Blood Money looks like it's going to be even better then its predecessors. With new weapons and the ever popular stealth kills. I can't wait to start slicing and dicing. Watch out Christian Bale, there's a new American Psycho on the horizion.