Hitman: Contracts (PlayStation 2) review
"Hitman: Codename 47 was an average PC action game in which Agent 47, a genetically engineered executioner much in demand, would be regularly hired by clients through an invisible government “Agency” to carry out hits across the globe. The game had obtuse controls and no save option, its chief redeeming feature Mr. 47 himself – a well-dressed, well-built chap, polite in conversation and exuding inimitable charm. He also happened to like a bit of the old ultraviolence. "
Community review by eddy555 (October 08, 2004)
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