Hitman: Codename 47

It's unfortunate that flaws like these, in addition to the awkward camera positioning, clunky controls, and excessive guesswork in the missions detract so much from the game. Still, some aspects of the game can be entertaining, particularly the lush graphics. Some of the design concepts of Hitman: Codename 47 have potential, but the game ultimately fails in the execution.
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By HonestGamers on 40

However, had Codename 47 been an in-house tech-demo or a scrapped project brought to light similar to Resident Evil 1.5, this game would oddly have been more favorably received with time. As it stands now, nearly two decades from its release day and in the next decade or two, a game like Codename 47 won’t get any better.

By GameSpot on 52

It's unfortunate that flaws like these, in addition to the awkward camera positioning, clunky controls, and excessive guesswork in the missions detract so much from the game. Still, some aspects of the game can be entertaining, particularly the lush graphics. Some of the design concepts of Hitman: Codename 47 have potential, but the game ultimately fails in the execution.