Remastered/re-released games are often tricky to score. If you've never played these games in their original format, it's something definitely worth your time. However, if you've already played them (or played the newer version of a game series), nostalgia rarely holds up to how you now perceive the game.
That being said, if you've never played a Hitman game, it's always nice to go back to where it all began. While this re-release doesn't have the original game (Hitman: Codename 47), it does have the three most recent last-gen titles. However it does have Hitman: Contracts which by itself is very close to being a remake of Codename 47.
For those who have already played Hitman: Absolution, adjusting to the original game may take a little time. Obviously Mr. 47's skill set has significantly improved as the years have gone by. It is somewhat frustrating when you're used to 47 performing certain actions in Absolution and not being able to do them in these games, but once you realize 47's limitations, the games are still enjoyable.
Of course, the beauty of this game series is the numerous ways you can actually complete missions and eliminate targets. Out of the three games, Blood Money is the best of the bunch, probably because it's the newest of the three games. Enemies will still sometimes react in ways that wouldn't be considered natural, but overall the game holds up very well even though it's been more than six years since it was originally released.
So if you've heard about the Hitman series, but have never played a single game, this trilogy is definitely worth getting. If you've played Absolution but never these three games, it'll make sense of the Absolution story lines, just remember to be patient. Of course, if you've already played (and hopefully beaten) the games when they were originally released, the trip down memory lane isn't a bad one, even if it's not exactly as you remembered.
As always, games and DLC were provided by the Edgewood Retail District GameStop.