Review: Hitman 3
Chris Berrow and Leigh Milner review the latest Hitman game - Hitman 3.
Chris - There are six new maps. It's the end of the trilogy. So there's the three games there. There's a bit of controversy about whether you can play the previous two games worth of missions in this game.
You have to pay quite a lot for it as well, because you'd get 50 pounds for Hitman 2. And then it's another 25 quid for the back missions as well. So you're looking at 75 quid to play all the missions in the trilogy for three games worth, that's not bad. The only thing I would say at this stage with a game... that is number three of a series where, you know, what you're going to do, you're going to kill bad guys in an unusual way. You can drag their bodies away, hide them, change into their clothes and sneak around stuff like that. And the animations though, when let's say you hit someone with a hammer, a little bit jerky, when you're opening a door, he sort of slightly teleports to the position. And I think at this point after all this time, that really should be fixed, but it's a lot of fun. There's no other games out at the moment. I give it a solid 7. If you're a fan of the series, you've got to go get it. It's available now on all platforms for 50 quid plus 25 ish.