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Hitman (Jewel Case) - PC

Windows XP
4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (111 customer reviews) 73 / 100

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  • ASIN: B00004RFBE
  • Item Weight: 3.2 ounces
  • Media: CD-ROM
  • Release Date: May 20, 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (111 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,288 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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In this stealth-shooting game, you are a mysterious assassin without an identity. Use stealth and tactical problem solving to carry out hits on a number of high-powered criminal adversaries. Plan each assignment carefully, and learn how to be a more proficient computer hit man through a weapons and agility training session. You'll have access to black-market weapons, decoys, traps, and personnel through a currency reward program, but how you use them will determine if you retire as a millionaire or get permanently retired.

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Death can strike anyone for the right price....Product InformationAs the enigmatic Hitman you must use stealth and tactical problem solvingto enter execute and exit your assignment with minimum attention and maximumeffect.  You have an arsenal of black market weapons and tools atyour disposal; however choosing the right weapon is critical - attractingattention could lead to early retirement. Learn your environment planyour moves carefully and make every hit count.  Product Highlights Plan each assignment carefully to account for a variety of weapons surveillance data and multiple paths to pletion. Access black market weapons decoys traps and personnel from an innovative currency reward system. Sharpen your skills through a prehensive weapons and agility training session. Artificial intelligence that redefines the genre of the Thinking Shooter.Product Features Enter the world of Hitman -- where you will use strategy and tactics to move among Hong Kong street gangs Russian gunrunners corrupt Hungarian politicians and Colombian drug lords. Scope out the scene and prepare to move into action. Gain access to secure environments. Gather information without attracting attention. Eliminate all obstacles -- bodyguards police guard dogs and more. Track and corner your target with stealth and cunning. Execute your lethal task using a world-class black market arsenal. Wash your hands of the job -- but stay alert. You're not done until you exit without detection.  Minimum Requirements Microsoft Windows 98 Me XP Vista Pentium II 266MHz or equivalent processor 64MB of RAM 500MB available hard drive space 8X CD-ROM drive DirectX 7.0 pliant 3D accelerated

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47 of 53 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hitman. Best. Game. Ever. November 27, 2000
I would of given it 10 stars but, I guess that wasnt an option. This game redefines the whole "shooter" genre. Who else besides me is getting sick of the game that tests how fast you can click, rather how fast you can think? Well, I am and this game rocks the boat! I am not talking about the demo. The demo is like playing on the "paint" program compared to the full game. I used to love Half-Life, and still do! But, to play Hitman, oh my GOD, its as if Im in heaven! The graphics are so incredible, I got lost in the game. The plants move as you walk into them; the fishtanks break; you can even see yourself in the shadows, strangling a chef! Its great! However, there IS a drawback: the graphics are so incredible, if you dont have a suitable graphics card, a part might be messed up. The gameplay and lasting appeal is also great! There are numerous GIGANTIC missions that will keep you on as long as you can keep your eyes from falling out. The levels are different in their own ways and are very nice. WAIT! YOU MUST HAVE 128mb RAM! You can play with 64mb ram, but I warned you, It WILL go slow when you get into some serious gunfights. It will go sooo slow that you will be thinking that you are watching a picture show. I found out the hard way but it is such a good game that I spent $50 to get another 64mb. These are good requirements...
128mb RAM, 500 mhz, good graphics card, good sound card
the rest you should know about. This game is great. DONT forget the pluses! The minuses can be a big part of some action, but if you have the above requirements, get this game. If you dont buy this game, I will personally have a talk with the 47 himself. HAVE FUN! Oh! One last thing, this game can go both ways, you better be able to think.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Latest in trend of the thinking-man's shooters December 11, 2000
By croll
First and foremost, this is definitely a game you should consider buying as it is one of the most powerful contributions to the trend of taking FPSs into the realm of requiring *gasp* thought on the part of the player. There's less emphasis on the adventure/roleplaying aspects that we saw in Deus Ex, and not so much plodding strategy planning as in Rainbow Six/Rogue Spear. Instead, you take the role of a solitary character with the solitary task of infiltrating the compounds of various villians and "neutralizing" them.
What this means for gameplay is quick and easy briefings where your primary task is that of gleaning what sort of weaponry and equipment you'll need to take with you, as opposed to planning insertion points and extraction plans--these are tasks easily done during the middle of the mission itself, if you actually feel the need. You get right into the action, which is nice. Unfortunately, short briefings also mean little in the way of helpful intelligence such as estimates and locations of enemy troops and patrols, likely sniper positions, and suggested approaches. Instead, you just go into the mission (expecting to die several times) while you scout around and learn the landscape.
Here are the pluses: Good AI, great graphics, nice variety of weaponry, easy command interface, and immersive sound.
The minuses: Combat is either incredibly easy or ridiculously difficult, not enough weaponry, command interface is initially cumbersome.
The details: Like I said, the AI is very solid. There was only one mission where I was able to pick off a lot of the enemy as they ran up to keep investigating the (ever growing) pile of dead bodies.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
I see a lot of people complaining about 'slow-paced action' and 'increasingly difficult' missions -- well, that's a prime indicator that they did an *excellent* job! True, this game isn't for those who frequently cut their teeth on the blast-em-up FPSs a la Unreal Tournament. This is a game of patience, and a game of skill. Luckily, unlike real people in this 'profession', you have the ability to restart! That's the only thing that sets this thing apart from reality. I clock a good three hours daily with Hitman 47. The gameplay is very fluid and easy to pick up -- no holding an insane amount of key combinations to perform basic tasks (*cough* Metal Gear Solid *cough*). The artifical intelligence is amazingly realistic - I have never seen so 'human' reactions from AI. The NPCs stare at you as you walk, and you wonder if they know something...If you pull out a gun in front of them, they will run and hide, and not dance around stupidly like in most games. If they see a police officer walk by, they will run up to them and tell them what they saw. No game I have seen has this level of realism.
If you've ever wanted to be "The Professional", you'll love Hitman. Eventually you start getting 'hitman-smart', and realizing "oh, wait, I shouldn't do that because .....". While a lot of the game is stealth observation and cunning action, you also get your fill of fierce firefights and daring escapes using some of the coolest tactical weapons on the planet (sorry, no missile launchers here folks, this game takes place in a little place called 'reality')
The cold-blooded trigger happy will enjoy the fact that you are not limited to 'being nice' in this game. You are more than able to pull out a gun and blast every civilian who walks by -- although I wouldn't reccommend it!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Hitman Game The First Hitman I've Played Before It's Series
I remember playing this game over at a friends house after it came out and I was very addicted to it so I wanted to borrow it but my friend said no, so I was very frustrated the... Read more
Published 2 months ago by Alex n
4.0 out of 5 stars a fun action/adventure game with a story
The seller was analog1980, and I paid 4 bucks for the game (used). It's a classic. It reminds me of the Bourne Identity movie. Read more
Published 9 months ago by God is a refuge for us (Psalms 62:8)
5.0 out of 5 stars Fun Game
Hitman: Codename 47 is a fun game. The graphics are great for the time. The story is fun to play along with. The only problem I had with the game was the controls. Read more
Published 12 months ago by metalslinger
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Game with a almost acclaimed rating
First game of the series was good but it became better when its sequels came out! I think they should make a remake of this game!
Published 15 months ago by Stephen
4.0 out of 5 stars Good
I love this game but its old and I believe the newer ones are way better but overall a great original to the series!
Published 16 months ago by Andy
5.0 out of 5 stars The original
I enjoyed this game so much, I bought all of the games. Great plot and keeps you wanting to know more about Agent 47.
Published 16 months ago by Oilking4life
5.0 out of 5 stars hitman
I was happy to find this game because I have been wanting to play it again for so long. Also because this game doesn't come in the Hitman Triology that got released back in... Read more
Published 17 months ago by Anthony
5.0 out of 5 stars great series for anyone !
now i know how the rest of the series came to be. i love the entire hitman series can't wait for the new one to get here!
Published 18 months ago by Richard Healer
4.0 out of 5 stars Great game
Although this is an old game, and the newer ones are better, this still remains the Original Hitman game and it is worth playing if you haven't, but be warned, this is an old game,... Read more
Published 19 months ago by Alec
5.0 out of 5 stars Very amazing game!!!
For brazillian custumers, use skybox choice to receive this product. Amazon LLC doesn't ship to Brazil. The product is very good quality. The game is very amazing!
Published 19 months ago by Ernesto Mitsuo Hasegawa
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