A larger more powerful agency are systematically eliminating assassins in a series of hits, who are all from Agent 47's contract killing firm, The Internatonal Contract Agency (ICA). ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Agent Smith / Rex Stanton (voice)
Barbara Bernád ...
Margeaux LeBlanc / Vaana Ketlyn (voice)
1st Class Pursers / Waiters (voice)
Joan Bentsen ...
(voice) (as Joan M. Bentsen)
(voice) (as Michael Benyer)
Nicole Black ...
S. Scott Bullock ...
Riverboat Partygoer (voice) (as Scott Bullock)
Billy Cross ...
Operahouse Tourist / U.S. Guards (voice)
Vinnie Curto ...
Rudy Menzana (voice) (as Vinny Curto)
Mark Deakins ...
Richard Delahunt / Flirting Man in Casino (voice)
Radio Announcer - Till Death Do Us Part (voice)
Joe Netberg / Southern Guards / Wedding Guards (voice)
Alfred Fair ...


A larger more powerful agency are systematically eliminating assassins in a series of hits, who are all from Agent 47's contract killing firm, The Internatonal Contract Agency (ICA). Sensing that he may be the next target, 47 travels to the United States and other parts of the world to make a killing. Written by Aubrey Leong

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Money Talks. Silence Pays. Prepare To Make A Killing See more »


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Release Date:

26 May 2006 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Blood Money  »

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References Reservoir Dogs (1992) See more »


Music and lyrics: Bo Heidelberg & Kim G. Hansen
Performed by Institute for the Criminally Insane
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Blood pays well
10 May 2007 | by (Finland... or is he?!) – See all my reviews

I have to say that "Hitman" games (and I mean pretty much all of them) are great. The first one maybe a bit better in some ways than the second one, but that's irrelevant and everyone can decide by themselves.

Anyway, I think that "Hitman: Blood Money" is a nice upgrade to the series. It has pretty much everything good that there was before and some new things too. One of the newer things is killing the targets by making a fake accident. That's great, but basically it could make you feel a bit that "it's the only real" or "right way" to go with the mission. That might limit the freedom a little, but of course you can still kill your targets in the old fashioned way. That's still absolutely only your choice, and the accident is only one more way to eliminate your personal VIP.

One interesting thing is also the newspaper that appears to the screen right after the mission. Eventually your face can get to the front page if you're seen by too many people, or if you don't bribe anyone. The newspaper always talks about your last murder. That's one thing I noticed to be a bit annoying, since even if you don't kill anyone and make the murder look like an accident, they still magically know that it was a murder.

However, in the end, "Hitman: Blood Money" is a great game. The story might not be extremely interesting or unpredictable, but it's much more interesting to follow than nothing. And many of the missions are very great. You get a lot of money, but if you try to be as silent as possible, you don't have to use 'em that much. I'd recommend this to everyone who wants to be a virtual hit-man for a while, as well as to everyone who likes previous "Hitman" games.

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