Contract Killer 2 is just like its prequel where the intrigue remains apparent as the players once again adopt the role of a snipper with the main aim of snuffing high-value targets. With the objective of the game quite clear, the players will once again be enjoying the arcade nature of the game and wind or distance don’t have much role to play. Well, those fond of the first part will enjoy playing this one as well, equipped with more advanced graphics. All you need to is zoom in and take a good look at the bad guys, lining them up virtually and booming the bullets straight into their heads. As the red splashes start to appear, the players find themselves in a pleasant mood.
The experience is quite a bit similar to the previous one, but this part has more advanced weapons, injecting some new ones this time round. Also, the players will find some new toys to play with. The game appears to be kind of interesting at the start, but at some points, it starts losing the plot and players may find themselves in jeopardy, and that’s because the game drops the notion of the story completely. And that’s bit alarming especially for a bite-sized game storytelling whose structure is perfect. Anyhow, the game is still a far better choice than the mafia games driven by the menu. An excellent real-time action experience keeps the folks glued to it and urges them to explore more, though there isn’t much to explore.