Summary: I love the 3 console Hitman games. This is so underrated just because it is more or less a remake of Hitman: Codename 47. After I got all the guns it got pritty boring. But I would get Blood Money. This is a must get!!!
Summary: Hitman Contracts has a few downsides, I.E the graphics. But if you can look through minor problems, then it is a great game. It is on par with Splinter Cell and Hitman Blood Money in terms of stealth gameplay. The shooting in this game is great, if not slightly unrealistic. The game focuses in on the background of Agent 47, your character throughout the series. As he does a series of contracts for the group, the "Agency" he learns more and more of his past.
Summary: This is a great game even on reg xbox this kid talking abough halo reach is high u cant come in here and say halo reach is the best ect first person shooter vs 3rd steath action any way ive been a hitman fan sice the very first one on pc no matter which system u buy this for its a great game but id sugest if u have a 360 buy that verson of the game the graphic difference is very noticable on this game.
Summary: Forget the horrible movie, this game series is trendous. More N64 Bond meets Indiana Jones for X-Box than your run of the mill military combat games. Game is all element and not so much flash and bang. Play's like a movie. I just picked this game up to give my X-Box on final run before I let it go, its timeless like its former.
Summary: Reviewed for Big Boss Games by: LEG When I first picked up and played Hitman Contracts I didn't know what to expect. I had heard many positive things about the game before, but had no clue it would turn out to be such an awesome game. One drawback to Hitman Contracts in particular is that it is somewhat of a sequel to Hitman Silent Assassin. Since I have not played any other Hitman games, I was a bit lost on the whole story line thing.
Summary: Coming from playing Blood Money into Contracts, I've noticed how much IO improved a lot of features. Contracts seemed a lot difficult and your cover gets blown quite easily by the highly suspicious and irritated AIs. The functions seem less fluid. But with all that aside, it still is a great game. I've become a fan of the Hitman series when I first played Blood Money.
Summary: I was and still am a HUGE fan of Hitman 2 - freaking awesome game. I'm also not all that big on trying to complete missions with a silent assasin rating... Nor do I run n' gun... I'm kinda in-between, shoot a couple guys, but remain stealthy, no close encounters, etc. This game is fairly absurd. Without a strategy guide, it's nearly impossible to figure out the small things like poisoning food, etc...
If you liked the previous Hitman games this is for you
H. N. Teixeira, Amazon
15 June 2005
Summary: Hitman Contracts did a lot of things right. The missions are much more open, the interaction is improved, and even the load times seem smaller. If you liked the previous Hitman games this certainly will work for you, I loved even the first Hitman game despite the then horrible control interface in the PC version of Hitman I. So all of that is better, but there still are some snags. 1) the enemy A.I. remains lacking.