ZTGameDomain.com dives deep into the seedy underworld of being Agent 47 with our latest review of Hitman: Blood Money for the XBox 360.
It looks ok but it wasn't optimized for 360 so why would we expect it to be amazing, whoever that guy is, yea he needs to be shot
Played the demo that was on the Marketplace, and didn't like the control sceme. I wasn't impressed and will not be getting it.
this game IS HORRIBLE, probably the worst graphics and gameplay on the 360.
I will have some proof that you have this game and that you just ain't a lausy sony fanboy...
so... what's your gamertag?
lol, what. Liverpool read my other comments, you'll see I'm no fanboy. PS3 has nothing to show or prove yet so why should I jump to conclusions about it's future.
Trust me, I got the demo on an HDTV and it blows. But that's me.
you can't judge a Game from the DEMO!!! That's hilarious! Saying that a Game is bad because the training level is boring... and the graphics aren't bad though... but the story and gameplay makes the game. So you can't say whether this game is bad or not, because you have ONLY played the demo. So, don't talk trash before you try it, i mean, all levels.
I agree with Paul, I hate to say the worst but they might be, it's just not very impressive, but shooting the seagulls with the sniper rifle was definite fun, they blow up into feathers :)
Honestly guys I worry that your just being graphic whores. This is one of the best games I've played on any system. The AI is superb. It is extremly open ended ( do the hit anyway you want.) You have an arsenal of real world upgradable weapons and equipment ( put a long slide on your .45 or a rail mount for a red dot site.) The missions are really interesting ( kill a rogue CIA agent at a rave in vegas or a mafiosa under witness protection in the suburbs. ) I highly recommend this game to anyone who likes this sort of stuff. Yes the graphics are average but I guess it's what's on the inside that counts.
Finally some wise guy here :p
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