Review: Hitman HD Trilogy doesn't entirely hit the mark, but still completes the kill
10 February 2013
Excerpt: You know how high-definition packagings are supposed to work by now, right? You've got classics that have been masterfully reconditioned for the modern era with graphics that pop just the right way on your HDTV; gameplay that's fully realized with a modern-day controller; and extra features, such as online multiplayer or unlockable movies that make the purchase worthwhile.
Excerpt: No doubt that, at some time over the past several years, you have heard or played a tale or two from Agent 47. Spread over several console and PC generations, three of his greatest hits (pun intended) have come together in the Hitman Trilogy . Retrace 47's steps as he lays a bloody trail to his destination. All of the games have received high marks from not only us, but other media outlets as well.
Excerpt: Agent 47 might not be as iconic as other game characters like Lara Croft or even Sonic the Hedgehog but those who know him know him well. He’s the silent, deadly and dedicated assassin that is a talented master of his trade and who is quick to change disguises at a moments notice. Like the Grand Theft Auto series that released a collection pack that included GTA III, Vice City and San Andreas, the Hitman series is worthy of its own trilogy pack with Hitman Trilogy for...
Conclusion: Three great games for $30? C'mon, this really is a no-brainer. From the imaginative mission designs to the storyline that actually ends up getting pretty damn good at the end, there's no easier way to pick up the whole of Agent 47's adventures on the PS2.