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Hitman: Blood Money - Xbox

Platform : Xbox
Rated: Mature
18 customer reviews
Metascore: 81 / 100

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  • Agent 47 is heading to the US, making deadly stops in Las Vegas, New Orleans, Los Angeles and Mississippi
  • Take on a rival agency of assassins competing to take out high-priced targets
  • New moves like the ability to create accidents and to dispose of bodies
  • Re-vamped NPC and AI system -- the world of being an assassin has never been more realistic
  • Use your hard-earned Blood Money to customize and upgrade your weapons, or to bribe the press & keep your picture out of the morning paper
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Hitman: Blood Money brings back the world's greatest assassin, Agent 47. A series of hits have eliminated a number of assassins from the ICA, Agent 47's contract killing firm. Sensing that he may be the next target, he travels to America where he attempts to carry on with business as usual. That means killing -- a lot of it.

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Platform: Xbox
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  • ASIN: B0009N1KD4
  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: May 30, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #32,037 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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39 of 39 people found the following review helpful By David C. Anderson on June 1, 2006
Platform for Display: Xbox
First, I'm a fan of the Hitman series. I played the first game on my PC back in 1999 and then moved on to the console versions with Hitman 2 and beyond. Being such a fan, I'll admit to a bland dissatisfaction with the series, even as the games grew more complex and looked better and better with each sequel. To me, one of the biggest problems with the game has always been its inability to create a game world that wasn't cold and distancing. To me, the Hitman universe was about as real as the world of Half Life or Halo. In other words, Hitman always felt otherworldly and slightly unreal. Immersing myself in the Hitman series was almost always impossible, since there was never much of a coherent storyline to begin with (especially in the previous installment Hitman: Contracts, that had the gamer replaying some of the missions from the first game with an unabashedly tacked on "flashback" framing mechanism). Add to this the sometimes stupid, often amnesiatic AI, slightly counter-intuitive control scheme, and limited replayability (limited as far as there being only one or two ways to dispatch your victim in true Silent Assassin fashion) and you have a series that was disappointing in it's potential to be so much more.

But not anymore.

As a true fan, I am overjoyed to announce that Hitman: Blood Money finally - FINALLY - gets it right. This time, our steel-eyed, morally grey, Liddy-esque clone finally gets a game worth spilling some blood over. The best parts of the original games are still here, but things have changed. Really changed.
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By marc on December 30, 2008
Platform for Display: Xbox
i absolutely Loved this game for the Original XBOX. the past installments have always been Interesting to me..but None of them got it Right like this one does. though it does have a FEW issues...none of them will spoil your experience of this game.

-EXCELLENT graphics, really pushes the box to its limits.
-EXCELLENT Level Developement. i LOVED the Christmas Party well as the Mardi Gras and Las Vegas levels. very well detailed and Perfect for Killing and escaping unnoticed.
-holds an INSANE amount of CPU on screen at one time and doesnt Slow Down or Crash the Xbox.
-all the hiding, sneaking, killing without being seen, its all there and is more Fun than ever.
-excellent AI...the Best iv seen in any Game. on the Hardest Level, there is NO MAP..which i found ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY to beat this game. i dont see how ANYONE could POSSIBLY beat this game without a Map that shows u where all your enemies are..the A.I. is just too Realistic for that.

-the switching of the Outfits is still Wayy too fast, almost instant. it should take a few Seconds for him to UNDRESS and then DRESS into a new outfit...and not Instantly switch..
-sometimes, the guards Notice you out of the blue. you may have just Killed someone and have changed outfits..and be standing next to a guard on a different Floor..but all of a sudden, he will ATTACK you..when a second ago, he was just standing there.
-i couldnt drop Items from my Itenorary. i usually just wanted the Silenced Pistol with me..but they MAKE you carry the surrenge and the Wire..which i NEVER used. it would have been nice to be Rid of them from my arsenal.
-the Targets never Differenciate their Actions. which means if youv already PLAYED through a Level before...
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The good: Fantastic Level design, great AI, DETAILED levels - so much NPC action is happening all the time...SO MANY ways to complete each level with a great gameplay experience. After the "silent assassin" ratings are all earned, it's even MORE fun to go back and choose the weapons you want without worrying about too many kills, and playing the missions again. Once you've played it through one way, it's INCREDIBLE to see the other options the designers have in store.

The bad: A few minor control/gameplay issues - some small issues with sneaking/fiberwire (aiming system is a little too precise), same problem with poison. You're unable to inject someone with a syringe AS they're discovering that you're armed. So if you're sneaking up and they turn around and draw their weapon, your trigger action is immediately turned into a gun disarm. This can be useful, but it makes you drop your (silent) poison. The issue popped up throughout the game and is the only noticable detractor from the experience.

The Ugly: No issues that made me say, "wow, this game could have used another few months in development," as is the case with quite a large percentage of games today.

Overall, I'm hugely impressed.
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Platform for Display: Xbox
I own Hitman 2,Hitman Contracts and this one for the PC just unwrapped the XBOX version. I have to admit,I owned this first on the PC and then decided to go for the XBOX version. If you never played this before,go for it. I love it and hopefully you will too. The hardest mission in this game though I have to say is Murder of Crows. You have to be good at the game in order to kill the three assassins. But yeah really play this game,which ever platform fits your interest. Just love it and I recommend it to EVERYBODY!!

Note: Not really should be played by young kids due to graphic nudity and gore and sexual activity. But still a great game to play. Rated M for mature.
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