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Enter the world of a HITMAN - a world of crime, sin and greed. Delve into the mind of Agent 47 and encounter his greatest adversaries, completing the work that made him so brutally efficient and shaped him as an assassin. Eliminate your targets by any means necessary.
There are no rules... only the contract, signed in blood.
Travel the globe eliminating international terrorists and crime bosses from your hit list.
Complete your mission objectives with a wider variety of tactical approaches.
Improvise on the job, picking up disguises and environmental objects to use as weapons.
Advanced enemy intelligence uses squad-based tactics to try and stop you.
Excellent stealth gamejasonwsc | May 20, 2014 | See all jasonwsc's reviews »
The title says it all really. Yes, the graphics are outdated, but don't let the screenshots fool you. Gameplay is excellent, and it has all the characteristics of a hitman game.
It isn't worth the normal price, since the newer Hitman:Absolution is often on sale around this price point. Get it on a discount instead.
Absolutely amazingaarongroh1 | Feb. 2, 2014 | See all aarongroh1's reviews »
One of the best in the stealth genre. Definitly worth the money, this will entertain you for hours on end
Stealthvaseroth | Jan. 29, 2014 | See all vaseroth's reviews »
If you were a fan of the other series then this is the game for you. With improvements to the AI and better control handling this game is defenetly worth the price now days. This game comes after the events in the Agent 47 and Hitman 2 games. Once again you are presented with obstacles to achive your "objectives" and it is up to you how to carry them out. Most of the time you can either stealth thru the whole place and not alert anyone. But hey, if you are like me, then sometimes its just more fun to go guns-a-blazing. Just be warned the combat in this game is not that friendly towards you if you are playing on high settings. (who plays on easy anyway?) Over all i loved this game and would recommend it
One of the best!MauroR | Jan. 28, 2014 | See all MauroR's reviews »
Hitman franchise hold that kind of games which offer a lot variety from a gameplay standpoint and the approach to complete objectives. Are you a killing machine type guy? You can do it. Do you want to move in the shadow and remain undetected while completing your objectives? You can do this too. Also consider that this particular instalment features some flashbacks from the original "Hitman 47", the title that started all, this means that you'll find yourself playing some of the original missions which you've played in the first title, it's this particular thing that makes this title special, and it's one of the best of the franchise also, together with the sequel which I'll review in the appropriate page. This game has everything for everyone, it's up to you if it's the game right for you or not, but just follow my suggestion, grab it, it's just a few bucks for tons and tons of fun.
It's a though game for though people, are you up to the challenge?
Exceptionalparazitu91 | Jan. 25, 2014 | See all parazitu91's reviews »
Hitman Contacts is darker in mood and atmosphere compared to any other Hitman game in the franchise. The story of the game picks up immediately after the ending of codename 47 and the majority of the story are flash backs of Agent 47's missions in the past. These flash backs include some revamped missions from codename 47. So if you ever wanted to play missions from code name 47 with updated controls, AI and graphics, this game should satisfy you. Hitman Contracts has a much better AI system then Hitman 2. I found myself able to run in this game and not be shot at randomly. Note that the AI could act unfair sometimes but not as often as Hitman 2. Also the sneak/crouch is much improved. I feel that Hitman contracts has some of the best missions in the franchise. Two missions that I consider that have the most replay value in the franchise is the Meat kings part and Hunter and the Hunted. If you were to pick up any Hitman game I would recommend Contracts or Blood money. Both games have strengths and weaknesses over another. I give Hitman Contacts a 9.9/10. I am very pleased that the game has made its way to steam.