Sensing that he may be the next target, Agent 47 travels to America, where he prepares to Make a Killing. Hitman: Blood Money places gamers once again in the role of the world´s greatest assassin, Agent 47.Read full description
"Hitman: Blood Money brings together many of the best elements from the series" - AtomicGamer.com
"you’ll love planning intricate, devious, dastardly ways of killing your targets while keeping your anonymity and walking away in the confusion, no one the wiser to your actions." - GameChronicles.com
Sensing that he may be the next target, Agent 47 travels to America, where he prepares to Make a Killing. Hitman: Blood Money places gamers once again in the role of the world´s greatest assassin, Agent 47.
Assassin Rivalry: Agent 47 is up against a rival agency of assassins competing to take out high-priced targets and may even become the primary target himself. New Online Stat System allows players to post stats in a variety of different skills and feats. Compare and compete with other players around the world.
Rookie Training: New to the world of assassinations? New rookie mode and levels of difficulty will give you all the training needed.
Environmental Danger: Drop a priceless chandelier or use a remote bomb.
The all new accident system allows for more freedom in choosing the method for taking out the target.
Hitman: Blood Money is the fourth entry in the Hitman series, and many consider it the pinnacle of the franchise. While Silent Assassin is still my favourite Hitman game (mostly because it was my first, and made me fall in love with the stealth genre as a whole), I have to admit Blood Money is one helluva game. Much like the previous Hitman games, Blood Money lets you play it the way you prefer - though stealth is still the most rewarding approach. Finding out new ways to complete each level is a ton of fun, thanks to a level design which is nothing short of sublime. There isn't a single mission that feels like filler, as every single one is well thought out and offers challenge along with flexibility. In short, if you like stealth games, you must play Blood Money. If you like the Hitman franchise, you must play Blood Money. If you don't like either, just play Blood Money, and if you can appreciate clever game design this game may well make change your mind about both.
I still haven't played Absolution but this Hitman game is the best one. After the disappointing Hitman Contracts we got a new Hitman with new missions and new story. Agent 47 comes back with new gameplay mechanics making the game so great it is still as enjoyable as it was when it was released. There are lots of ways to achieve your objectives in every mission, and stealth mechanics are so improved once you've ended a mission you'll have the urge to repeat it to see all the options available for you. The sense of freedom this game has is bigger than some open world experiences in other video games. Graphics are cool, and they've improved a lot since Hitman Contracts. Story is good too, with a great ending I loved. The game is so good you don't even need to be a big Hitman fan to enjoy it.
Regarded by many to be the best Hitman game (for me it's the second best, can you guess which is my favorite?), Hitman: Blood Money is indeed an excellent game, that takes the franchise in a new direction. The story has 47 dealing with the ICA (his employers) crubling down around him, the danger imposed by a new enemy (one more powerful than any he's had to deal with so far) and eventually betrayal (I don't want to spoil anymore than that, but I will say that this is the first time our stoic, collected 47 throws a swear in our direction). The gameplay is arguably the best so far, with 47 being able to do more stuff than ever before (I'll leave it to you to find out what exactly), the missions being more expansive and impressive and with the player having the possibilty of modding his weapons to fit his preferred playstyle. The voice acting and soundtrack are fantastic as usual for the series (David Bateson and Jesper Kyd are at it again; the voice actress for Diana Burnwood, 47's handler from the ICA and the other voice actors deserve praise as well). Finally, the graphics are excellent for the time the game came out and still hold up well today. I highly recommend this game to any gamer interested in getting into stealth games, particularly the Hitman franchise. Hopefully, it will encourage you to play the older games and see for yourself why Agent 47 is the best assassin of all time.
Bloody money had such a unique feeling to it. The way you could approach a hit, the way you infiltrate buildings and get past security. The costume system was great and the levels were filled with enough content to do the same level multiple ways. It has aged well and for the time, was the best game in its category.
The third game of the Hitman franchise, Hitman Blood Money, just like the previous games, this one is fun and challenging, with a wide array of guns and disguises aimed to help you infiltrate and assassinate your targets, and like Hitman 2, Hitman Blood Money does a great job and further polishing the game mechanics,
All reviews are moderated and may not appear on the site staight away
Thank you for your patience whilst we complete this process.