Hitman Trilogy HD Premium Edition - Playstation 3

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  • Exclusive Art Book for Limited Edition version (first run version) 22 pieces of never before seen reinterpretations of classic moments from Hitman Contracts, Hitman 2 Silent Assassin, and Hitman Blood Money all done by top artists.
  • 3 classic Hitman titles remastered in HD
  • Hitman Contracts
  • Hitman 2 Silent Assassin
  • Hitman Blood Money

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Platform: PlayStation 3 | Edition: Premium

Experience more than 40 intense missions across 3 classic Hitman games, each re-mastered in glorious HD. Whether you're a longtime fan or new to the franchise, this is your opportunity to take on the contracts that defined the series and fully established Agent 47 as the world's deadliest assassin. Exclusive Art Book for Limited Edition version (first run version) 22 pieces of never before seen reinterpretations of classic moments from Hitman Contracts, Hitman 2 Silent Assassin, and Hitman Blood Money all done by top artists.

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Platform:PlayStation 3  |  Edition:Premium
ASIN B00AA4FDSA
Release date January 29, 2013
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Product Dimensions 7.7 x 5.8 x 0.6 inches
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By The Matrix Fan VINE VOICE on January 29, 2013
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Premium
Length: 6:51 Mins
In this video I show you everything that comes in the Premium Edition box set.

Changes in button mapping for the games:

Reload - Previously R2, swapped to R1
Fire - previously R1, swapped to R2
Open Inventory - previously [triangle], swapped to [circle]
Drop Item - previously [circle], swapped to [triangle]

I've also uploaded some screenshots to the "View and share related images" of this product.

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Everybody has that one game series that stumps them. It's too hard, it requires too much patience and precision. The Hitman series is that one for me. I have NEVER passed a Hitman game, though I have purchased each game included in this set more than once. Simply put, these games are addicting. They are brutally hard, and unmercifully unforgiving. I've been playing video games for about as long as I can remember, and I usually stick to action games that allow me to play fast and loose with the rules. I like to shoot things. I like frenetic games that require split second decisions. I purchased Hitman: Silent Assassin for the first time about 8 years ago. I bought it because the cover looked cool. I had no idea about the mythos behind Agent 47, and I had no idea that this game was essentially crafted to be the anti-action game. So, I booted it up on my PS2 and I liked the mysterious intro I got. Agent 47 is a legend! Deadlier than any assassin, and more silent that any ninja. This is the guy you send to get rid of the ninja. I played the tutorial, and then I played the first mission.

Wow... talk about being cut down to size. Before playing Hitman, I considered myself to be a good video game player. I had played my fair share of stealth games, namely the Metal Gear Solid series. But this was a slap in the face. I tried to be all sneaky and stealthy, but I resorted to blood shed every. Single. TIme. I literally killed anything and everything that moved. Without impunity. But I figured that this was not that way I was supposed to play this game. I tried countless times to "play it right" but I never could. Somehow, I would always pull out my custom ballers and shoot everything.
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Hitman HD collection is a must buy for anyone that loved hitman Absolution or any stealth action adventure game! The game is a masterpiece and after seeing the HD upgrade its impressive on all three Hitman games tho Hitman:Blood money steals the show as far as graphics.If your thinking of buying this game even tho you might already have the original PS2 hitman games or an xbox 360 owner with Hitman:Blood money its a must buy for both parties xbox 360 and Ps3 owners!
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Okay, first a confession. When my brother first introduced me to Hitman: Blood Money on his Xbox 360 over five years ago, I didn't get it. I played a few levels, and in each one I would blow everyone away, not hide any bodies or put any thought into how I could creatively dispose of my targets. Needless to say, I hated the game and gave up after a few levels. Soon afterwards, my brother asked me to play it again, but this time he told me to avoid killing anyone unless absolutely necessary and to try and make any deaths look accidental.
I reluctantly decided to give the game another go and within a few hours, I was having an absolute blast. Stealthily making your way through the level, finding your target, taking him or her out in whatever way you see fit and then leaving before anyone even knows you've been there is absolutely thrilling and when a hit goes absolutely perfectly, the feeling of accomplishment is immense. The main thing that makes the Hitman series so enjoyable, is the freedom your given in each game. You can take out your targets in several different ways. You can snipe your target from a buiding, or you can sneak into his house and place a bomb in his chair. You can hide on top of an elevator and strangle your target when he enters, or you can place a bomb in the elevator and watch the fun unfold. Do you poison a wedding cake, or do you place a bomb in it? (I like blowing things up okay?)
All three games in the collection are fun but I STRONGLY recommend starting with Hitman 2 and working your way up to Blood Money. Hitman Blood Money fixed a lot of problems that were present in earlier titles. I found it incredibly difficult to get into Hitman 2 the first time I played it. (I played it on my Ps2 shortly after completing Blood Money on 360.
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I ran out of steam playing this game. Another reviewer hit the nail on the head when they said it's not a shoot em up game, there's stratedgy involved and stealth is just as important as your arsenal of weapons. The game might not be my cup of tea, but it functions properly and the price was right. If you want to learn restraint and discipline, play this game, it's not easy.
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We finally get to see Agent 47 with a minor upgrade to the graphics. As a fan of stealth games, Hitman has always been a favorite of mine (only behind Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell). The Hitman Trilogy gives us 3 of the 1st 4 games (Hitman 1 being on PC only), with Agent 47 doing what he does best. Remaining undetected (if you so choose), and taking out specific targets in creative ways (there are always multiple ways to take the target out. Great buy for those who miss the dying stealth genre as well as those who like to think of multiple avenues of approach to take out a target.
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