Hitman: Blood Money for PC
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Hitman: Blood Money

May 30, 2006
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About this game

Developer: IO Interactive
Content Rating: Mature


The fourth in the chilling Hitman series featuring the cold-blooded killer Agent 47. Finding that members of his contract agency, The ICA, are now being quietly (and mortally) eliminated, Agent 47 suspects a larger organization is moving in. Fearing he may be the next target, he heads to America. His jobs now will pay in straight-up cash -- and how he spends the money will affect what weapons he has and what he does next.

System Requirements


  • Microsoft Windows® 2000/XP (Windows 95/98/ME/NT Not Supported)
  • Pentium 4 1.5Ghz or Athlon XP Equivalent
  • 512MB RAM
  • 100% DirectX 9.0c compatible video card which supports Hardware TnL and Pixel Shader 2.0 (GeForce FX / Radeon 9500 or higher)
  • 100% DirectX 9.0c Compatible Sound Card
  • 5.0GB free disk space
  • 100% Windows 2000/XP compatible Mouse and Keyboard (Gamepads and controller are not supported)

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5 Reviews
Cole SmithJun 09, 2006
Environments are rich in detail, from the odd crack in a random brick to the incredibly precise rendering of a crystal chandelier, be prepared to be impressed. Unlike previous Hitman games we are afforded a third-person perspective instead of the over-the-shoulder view. The Hitman moves with newly refined grace. He’s not stiff and puppet-like. In fact all of the animations are fluid. The cutscenes sport great production values including great voiceacting, haunting music and a compelling storyline.
Gabe GrazianiJun 24, 2012
It manages to provide an incredibly compelling experience by consistently setting an intense mood, forgiving player errors and providing numerous options for accomplishing your fiendish goals. Blood Money ramps up its difficulty at a pace that truly promotes learning the methodology required for a clean kill, and that's probably what ultimately will keep you replaying missions in an attempt to score that perfect hit and earn a Silent Assassin ranking. Surprisingly conflicting, this newest episode in the Hitman series succeeds in the face of what would ordinarily be terminal flaws.
Tom OrryMay 30, 2006
With Hitman: Blood Money, Tomb Raider Legend, Rogue Trooper, and even the surprisingly fun Urban Chaos, the company has delivered some of the most impressive action titles of the year. Blood Money might just be the best of the bunch, with depth way beyond that of any other action game released this year, sleek presentation and some of the best levels ever created in a video game. A few people won't be able to see the game for what it really is, which is a shame, as Agent 47's latest set of jobs are by far his best yet.

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