Hitman Sniper Assassin Review
Released as a pre-order bonus for the forthcoming Hitman 2, Hitman Sniper Assassin takes the world’s best assassin, Agent 47, to Austria to crash a wedding party. Perched atop cliffside, he observes the luxury mansion, its garden and wedding guests through the scope of his silenced sniper rifle, biding the time until squeezing the trigger to take out the three targets the contract covers.
Hitman Episode 1: Paris
Killing hasn't been this fun since Blood Money. Despite the technical issues, Hitman is off to a promising start to the "season". The smooth controls, beautiful visuals, and incredibly detailed level design does a solid job in bringing the world's deadliest assassin to current generation consoles.
Hitman: Blood Money
I am happy to say that although Hitman: Blood Money is not the perfect gaming experience, it is a very good and enjoyable one. I have to say the upgrades to the game were substantial enough to warrant a must purchase for fans of the series, and at least a rental from everyone else who enjoys the genre.
Hitman 2: Silent Assassin
If it wasn’t for the few problems in the game, this may have been one of the few games to receive the prestige of the perfect score. For all of you Snake fanatics, it’s time to get passed Metal Gear Solid, and for those of you who are ready for another Stealth game this would be a great choice.