Submitted by mathsman 981d ago | news

Hitman: HD Trilogy Launches in PAL Territories

Square Enix Ltd. has today launched the latest package from the critically acclaimed Hitman franchise, the Hitman: HD Trilogy. For the very first time gamers can experience over forty missions across three classic Hitman videogames, all presented in high-definition (HD). Whether you’re a long-time fan or new to the franchise, this is your opportunity to take on the contracts that defined the series and fully established Agent 47 as the world’s ultimate assassin. (Hitman HD Trilogy, PS3, Xbox 360)

BLAKHOODe  +   981d ago
I picked it up Day 1 and I'm loving it. Blood Money looks outstanding! My only complaint is learning the controls for one game and then switching to another and having to learn a new control scheme. I wish they would've just had all 3 games support the same controls.. or at least include that option.

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