We've got 20 copies of Hitman and Urban Chaos to giveaway!
Thanks to Sonia at Atari NZGamer is proud to be able to giveaway 10 copies of Hitman: Blood Money and 10 copies of Urban Chaos: Riot Response on PlayStation 2!
For the next five weeks we're going to draw two winners a week who will each recieve a copy of Hitman: Blood Money and Urban Chaos: Riot Response.
To find out more about the games, read the below, or head over to our Hitman: Blood Money and Urban Chaos: Riot Response sections HERE and HERE.
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Hitman: Blood Money
Hitman: Blood Money is the latest installment in the notorious assassination series, developed by IO Interactive, and takes killing for money to a whole new level.
Urban Chaos: Riot Response
Agent 47 is back and this time he's paid in cold, hard cash. Stepping into his shoes, you'll find yourself in the midst of a war between two rival contract agencies. When assassins from your contract agency, the ICA, are systematically eliminated in a series of hits, it seems a larger, more powerful agency has entered the fray. Suddenly, all contact is lost with the ICA. Sensing that you may be the next target, you'll travel to America and attempt to carry on with business as usual.
How your hit money is spent will affect your passage through the game, including the weapons at your disposal, resulting in a unique gameplay experience for each player. Powered by a new version of IO-Interactive's stunning Glacier engine, Hitman: Blood Money will deliver the most brutal and realistic simulation of the life of a merciless assassin.
With a name like Urban Chaos: Riot Theory, you would expect a game that doesn't hold back on action, and lets you shoot absolutely everything in sight. Well you would be right, as Urban Chaos is an extremely violent and entertaining take on the familiar cops-versus-criminals-themed first person shooter.
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You are ex-Marine Nick Mason, an officer in the newly formed T-Zero elite police force. T-Zero stands for "zero tolerance," which is right in line with the no-nonsense tactics employed by the officers in this controversial police force. The force has been assembled to address the increasing gang violence in the no-name city in which the game takes place. It seems that a brutal gang of terrorists known as The Burners has essentially turned the city into a war zone, burning just about everything and everyone in sight. It's up to T-Zero, and you specifically, to take back the streets using whatever means necessary, and yes they really mean it.
There are more than 15 missions in the single-player campaign in Urban Chaos, with more than half of those basic story missions that require you to do things like kill enemies, arrest gang leaders, save hostages, and escort emergency workers through danger zones. There are also emergency missions that you can unlock by arresting and interrogating gang leaders. The emergency missions are timed and usually require you to rescue hostages and escort them to safety. All of the missions in the game are very straight forward, thanks to the constant instructions you receive.