Excerpt: Hitman Blood Money is a curious animal. On the one hand, it's got a decent plot, fun and open-ended gameplay, and interesting missions. On the other, there's the somewhat iffy hit-detection, over-detailed models, and a reliance on stock models to populate levels.
Conclusion: The best place to do that achievement is in "Curtains down." there's tons of A I's available to kill, and also the special rating as well. It will take 20 hours Max with a helpful guide to earn all of the achievements.
Excerpt: Blood Money is the fourth part of this stealth-series and for me the first Hitman game I actually got to check out. Luckily the game doesn’t need and knowledge of the previous parts so that both newcomers and experienced virtual hired assassins immediately feel at home.
Excerpt: Hitman is a unique series in a genre that we are quite frankly sick and tired of and one of the few stealth games that we have any significant time for. The newest game- Hitman: Blood Money is more of the same but remains as one of the more interesting games in a now generally insipid genre.
Summary: Eidos is on a roll this year. First they brought the Tomb Raider franchise back from the dead and now Hitman gets a much needed facelift. Blood Money has all of the things that made the Hitman series great to begin with but makes everything more accessible, gives you a lot more to do, and coats...
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.
Conclusion: You might think this makes him a little emotionally shallow(er) compared to his previous manners, and I don’t want to spoil anything for you, but you’d be dead wrong. Agent 47 is hard shit, and he puts it on display for you before the curtain falls.
Excerpt: Hitman: Blood Money places gamers once again in the role of the world's greatest assassin, Agent 47. When assassins from Agent 47's contract killing firm The ICA are offed in a series of hits, it seems as though a more powerful agency has entered the fray.