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Submitted by Entertainment_Fuse 751d ago | review

Hitman HD Trilogy (360) Review : Revisit Agent 47's Greatest Hits l Entertainment Fuse

Hitman HD Trilogy brings together 3 classic Hitman games into one affordable package hot on the heels of last year's epic comeback for Agent 47, Hitman: Absolution. While the first game isn't present (it was a PC exclusive and many missions are carried over to Contracts) we see both Silent Assassin and Contracts given the HD treatment for the first time while Blood Money is the same version we already saw released for current consoles. So how have the games aged and how have they been improved? It wouldn't be fair to judge without talking about each game individually so let's start with the oldest game in this trilogy, Hitman 2: Silent Assassin. (Hitman HD Trilogy, PS3, Xbox 360) 8.0/10

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