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Hitman 2: Silent Assassin (2002)

Just when Agent 47, a former high-target hitman for an international contractor, has decided to reform himself and retire, he becomes engulfed in an elaborate conspiracy as an anonymous organization kidnaps his friend, the resident priest.

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Morten Iversen (script)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Massimo Agostinelli Massimo Agostinelli ... Father Vittorio (voice)
Anilla Akbar Anilla Akbar ... (voice)
Usman Akbar Usman Akbar ... (voice)
David Bateson ... Agent 47 (voice)
David Berno David Berno ... (voice)
Susanne Buckhardt Susanne Buckhardt ... Dr. Hannelore von Kamprad (voice)
Dmitri Golovanov Dmitri Golovanov ... Russia NPC's (voice)
Aishah Jensen Aishah Jensen ... (voice)
Maasaki Kamio Maasaki Kamio ... Japan NPC's (voice)
Ismail Khalid Ismail Khalid ... Afghan Gunman (voice)
Radin Kasbani Radin Kasbani ... Afghan Gunman (voice)
Celestino Lancia Celestino Lancia ... Sicily NPC's (voice)
Vivienne McKee Vivienne McKee ... Diana (voice)
Akira Oishi Akira Oishi ... Japan NPC's (voice)
Jeremy C. Petreman Jeremy C. Petreman ... Mystery Man (voice)

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Storyline

Dealing with the sins he has committed, the super-assassin Agent 47 has taken refuge in a Sicilian church, where his friend, the resident priest, helps him through his pain and turmoil. But he's forced to return to his old ways when his friend is kidnapped and held by ransom by mysterious figures. Written by ShiningGuy

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He's the means to someone's end. See more »


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M | See all certifications »

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Trivia

The original Hitman was in third person and without mid level saves. The developers added a first person option and limited saves to this sequel after fans protest that it was too hard and the third person camera too awkward. See more »

Goofs

In Mission 9 Agent 47 says 'Have to disappoint you...' but the subtitles say 'Hate to disappoint you...' See more »

Quotes

Ninja: [speaking Japanese] What, a Gaijin, here?
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Alternate Versions

The Steam, GameCube and HD Trilogy versions have some edited dialogue and posters in the cult levels. Specifically in Diana's briefing and Smith's dialogue, removing the terms "towelheads" and Gurdwara. See more »

Connections

References Eraser (1996) See more »

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Brilliantly savage, beautifully written and excessively thrilling
5 September 2011 | by speedupvishnuSee all my reviews

There are two types of stealth based video games - one, which requires the players to hide in the shadows, avoid lights and scrape by, and the other, which requires the player to blend into the environment. Hit-man 2 - Silent Assassin tops in the second category. This was the first Hit-man game I played, and as usual the game did manage to get my eyeballs properly. The levels are really tough and mind-boggling but experienced players will have no problem getting through the 'Normal' and 'Expert' mode. But 'Professional' is a really hard one. But each stage, would require more than one rendition to clear. The A.I is brilliantly scripted, and you can feel that there everywhere. You can't control the environment, like you did in H1, but this time the scenario is really difficult. The player controls could be beefed up a little bit, because you feel the game is slow at times. All in all, the game rocks. And it offers chances for coming back and playing the game once again.


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Country:

Denmark | UK

Release Date:

1 October 2002 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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IO Interactive See more »
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Mono | Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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