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Hitman: Blood Money


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"No doubt; best game i've played!"
5 stars"

Havn't played it on the 360, as i have a ps3… But back in the old days when xbox's were still in i played this game… Clocked it three time and it still amazes me and leaves me craving another experience. Awesome retail value, A fantastic variety of ways to complete the mission. A game that has finally got the challenging/fun ratio equal! It may just be an opinion… but in my books it is the best game i have played. I will sure be keeping an eye out for the new, next-gen, one!

"A must.... a.. MUST!"
5 stars"

The series of Hitman has always caught my eye, a bald killer clone strangling people, blowing people up and blasting peoples heads off with two shiny pistols.

But Blood Money is very… very advaned from Hitman Silent Assasian, or Contracts.

For a start, now you can hide your victims. In the old Hitman games you could only drag them behind a bush, or slide them around a table hoping noone will see a a bleeding corpse flopped across a living room.

Now you can throw bodies over cliffs, into dumpsters, washing trolleys and cleany dispose of them in a garbage masher.

The graphics of hitman are also amazing, people complain of 47's chunky boney cheeks… or a womans overdone fat rolls… So what? People have fat rolls, and boney cheeks in person, why cant a bunch of people have it in a game?

People ALSO complain of how easy it is.

Yes, it is easy, if you draw two massive machine guns and turn the local neighbourhood into a sluaghterhouse.

But thats not the AIM of Hitman, your are suppose to creep into the local neighbourhood, inject a few guys, silenty shoot holes in peoples heads, or fibre wire someone, and creep back out of the place. Giving hitman more diffuculty, in finding a route to your targets.

Hitman : Blood Money is easily the best of the series, and if your a fan of action games such as Splinter Cell, but with a little more intensity, then this is for you.

5 stars"

There are many ways to die, but they have to be cool to be a great way.

"It could have been better."
3 stars"

this game could have been alot better.

For starters its far to easy!!!

I clocked it in 4 hours.

Theres 3 different difficulty levels but no real difference between them.

The ragg dole AI all die the same way it gets abit boreing watching the NPCs just flop over the same way all the time when they get shot. This could have been improved.

But apart from all that it's a fun game.

"The funnest game so far for 360!"
5 stars"

Hitman: Blood Money was so fun to play I didn't put it down for a week. At first the tell tale signs of a no-console specific game will creep through the cracks and into the view of the hardcore gamer but for everyday players this game is just plain old fun.

One of the best things is that there are so many different ways to achieve your targets and complete each mission brief. For example, in one level I snuck into a targets house dressed as a clown because he needed some entertainment. Then once I was in I killed a guard and killed him. But then another way was to poison his lazy surveillance team by poisoning the donuts that got delivered to them and then taking their uniforms. But there are many more ways than that. You could just kill everyone and leave no witnesses perhaps. Then again you could make everything look like an accident so that no-one will ever suspect that you were there. The choice is yours and that’s why it’s so good. You can play the same level so many different ways you never get bored.

Then there are the custom weapons available to you and the many ways in which you can upgrade them. When you complete a mission you get rated, the higher the rating, the larger your payment and the more you can spend on upgrading your weapons. There is an incentive for completing the missions quickly and quietly. And the story is enthralling. It has an ending to rival many Hollywood movies, in my opinion.

This game was simply fun because you won’t ever get bored with it. It was the most fun I’d had on my 360.


Are you ready to make a killing? Hitman: Blood Money sees the return of the world's deadliest assassin and takes killing for money to a whole new level.

Agent 47 is back and this time he's paid in cold, hard cash. How the money is spent will affect his passage through the game and the weapons at his disposal, resulting in a unique gameplay experience for each player. Powered by a new version of Io Interactive's stunning Glacier engine, Hitman: Blood Money will deliver the most brutal and realistic simulation of the life of a merciless assassin.

In Hitman: Blood Money, Agent 47 finds himself in the midst of a war between two rival contract agencies. When assassins from his contract agency, the ICA, are systematically eliminated in a series of hits, it seems a larger, more powerful agency has entered the fray. Suddenly, Agent 47 loses contact with the ICA. Sensing that he may be the next target, he travels to America where he attempts to carry on with business as usual.


  • 'Blood Money' system - the cleaner the 'hit' the more money you receive which can be spent on reducing your notoriety, weapon customisation, specialist equipment and information.
  • Customisable weapons - modify Agent 47's custom weapons in a variety of ways including sound, recoil, rate of fire, damage, reload speed, accuracy and zoom.
  • Gripping narrative - who is wiping out the ICA and what is their motivation?
  • New engine - the world of the assassin has never been so interactive and looked so good!
  • New gameplay techniques - including distraction, accidents, body disposal, human shield, decoy weapons etc.
  • New control and camera system - Agent 47 now moves independently of the camera.
  • New moves - Agent 47 can now climb, hide, scale ledges and automatically pass low obstacles.
  • Improved AI - guards will follow blood trails, investigate suspicious items and behaviour. New pathfinder engine provides improved tracking and movement with realistic enemy behaviour and interaction.
  • Soundtrack by BAFTA-winning composer Jesper Kyd.
  • Release date NZ
    June 7th, 2006
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